The Granny Smith appeared in Australia and named after an old lady, Marie Ana Smith. 3rd most cultivated apple in France, it has a hard, bright green skin and a crispy juicy flesh. Its taste is tart, acidic with sweet flavor notes. The Conference pear variety was discovered in Britain by Thomas Francis Rivers and holds its name from the first prize they it got at the National British Pear Conference in London in 1885. Similar to the Bosc variety, the medium-sized pear with an elongated bottle shape has a white pulp that turns pale yellow when ripe. Conference pear's texture is very fine and soft, and its flavour is sweet.
Rich in cell repairing antioxidants, it is also a good source of soluble fiber, efficient in lowering cholesterol, controlling weight, and regulating blood sugar. Granny Smith apples contain vitamins A and C, as well as traces of iron, especially concentrated in their skin. Pears are an excellent, healthy part of the diet. They contain fiber, which helps the digestive system work smoothly and may help lower cholesterol levels. They also contain calcium, iron, protein, antioxidants and vitamin C.
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|Description:||Granny Smith Apple & Conference Pear|
|Origin:||France & Italy|
|Min. Weight:||2.5 KG|
|Est. # of Fruits:||15 pears & 8 apples|
|Est. # of Unique Fruits:||2|
|* # of fruits is only an estimation that may change from time to time. On the other hand, we make sure that minimum weight is respected.|