Ugly But Delicious Comise Pears!!

Hello there, fancy pear. Comice is an uber-sweet pear that bursts with juice and has a silky finish. Its rich flavor means you don’t have to eat anything else for dessert. Since it’s SO juicy, it’s best to just devour this pear on its own. Comice was first cultivated in the mid-1800s near Angers, France and was given the formal name, Doyennè du Comice. Realizing that name was a mouthful, the name was shortened to the well-known Comice. The first red sports were discovered growing in orchards near Medford, Oregon in the 1900s. This week's delivery includes: - Super Sweet Juicy Page Mandarins - Ugly but Delicious Comise Pears - Pink Pearl Apples - Crisp Blueberries - Grape T

Organic Bartlett Pears!

Market Fresh Fruit Certified Organic Bartlett Pears are free of artificial or synthetic fertilizers and full of unforgettable, great tasting flavor. Our farmers use traditional earth-friendly farming methods inspected by a nationally recognized agency to verify organic authenticity. These beauties are hand-selected for excellent quality with a definitive "pear flavor", sweet and with a smoother texture for healthy, tasty snacks anytime. This week's delivery includes: - Super sweet juicy Page Mandarins - Organic Bartlett Pears - Opal Apples - Timpson Super Crunchy Green Seedless Grapes - Rainforest Alliance-Certified Bananas.

Sweet Celebration Red Grapes!

"Sweet Celebration" is one of a new generation of red seedless grapes with excellent eating qualities. The berries are medium to large sized and generally round, and the colour is a pink-red to magenta-red depending on where it is grown. Berries are crisp with very little mouth-feel from the skin, and the taste is nicely balanced between sweetness and acids. This week's delivery: - Super sweet juicy Page Mandarins - Pink Pearl apples - Stem and Leaf Clementines - Sweet Celebration Red Grapes - Crunchy Blueberries - Rainforest Alliance-Certified Bananas.

Super Sweet Page Mandarins!

Page Mandarins are a cross between Minneola tangelo and Clementine mandarin made by Gardner and Bellows of the U.S.D.A. in 1942. Page was officially released as an orange, but technically speaking the variety is a tangelo hybrid since its parentage is three-fourths mandarin and one-fourth grapefruit. The difference in mandarins is hard to detect. A lot of them look the same to the naked eye. But once you start working with them more and tasting all that there is becomes easier. The Page mandarin has a circle at the bottom of most specimens. It is very round with a darker orange colored skin. Enjoy! This week's delivery: - Super sweet juicy Page Mandarins - Pink Pearl apples - Stem and L

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