Concorde Pear

pear_concorde_lgPears with necks as lovely as Audrey Hepburn. Concordes combine the crispness of Conference pears and the juiciness of the Comice. A fairly new variety bred in England, these pears have a brilliant fruit feature - they resist oxidation! Because they are slow to turn brown after slicing they're great to share with co-workers. If you miss Breakfast at Tiffany's enjoy them in a healthy salad.

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