We love pear
Living on a Pear
With its sweet delicate taste, pear is one of the least allergenic fruits and a great first food — which is why we love it so much. A rich supplier of antioxidants, pear is high in fibre and bursting with vitamins B and C. It's also brimming with calcium and magnesium, which are good for bones and potassium which helps with constipation.
Did you know
Pears are a magical fruit as they ripen from the inside out. They also ripen better off the tree. So how can you tell when your pear is perfectly ripe? It will yield to gentle pressure near the stem — if you wait until it’s soft around the middle, it'll be over-ripe.