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Red Anjou Pears



Red Anjous have the same shape, taste and flesh characteristics as Green Anjous.

The only difference is that their skin is a deep red colour. The red colour does not change as the pear ripens.

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Also called:

Poire d'Anjou rouge (French)

Anjou Pears

Anjou Pears; Green Anjou Pears; Red Anjou Pears

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