d’Anjou

Description:

Anjou pears are thought to have originated in Belgium but the variety is named after the Anjou region in France. The variety was first fruited in the United States by Colonel Marshall P. Wilder, in 1845.

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Availability:

Late September through May

Flavor/Texture:

Green Anjou pears are recognized for their egg-shaped appearance. The large pear is bright green and sometimes has a soft red blush color. The flesh is white with a sweet, brisk flavor.

PLU Codes:

Large (100 & Larger) 4416

Small (110 & Smaller) 4025

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Where We Grow

Washington Fruit markets apples, pears and cherries from the growing regions of Central Washington and Northern Oregon. Orchard locations are throughout the Columbia Basin and the various plateaus and river systems from the Cascade Mountain Range.

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