Delicious and delicate!
Pears are rich in fiber: eating 2 of them gives 32% of the daily requirement!
The pears contain water, sugars, very little fat, protein, potassium and fiber, especially present in the peel, which is why it is recommended not to remove it.
The pear is an easy fruit to digest and that rebalances intestinal functions.
For diabetics people it is very recommended because it is rich in fructose that is processed independently of insulin.
It is also an ideal fruit for children between 2 and 3 years old.
OF THE PEARS
- Energy value: 35 kcal / 147 kj
- Carbohydrates: 32.90 kcal (94%)
- Fat: 0.90 kcal (2.57%)
- Proteins: 1.20 kcal (3.43%)
HOW TO STORE
The pears continue their ripening when they are detached from the tree, and for this reason, it is better to buy them when they are not yet completely mature.
To better store the pears and maintain their moisture, it is recommended to place them into paper bags.
It is important to remember that pears produce ethylene, the natural gas of fruit, which accelerates the process of ripening the fruits that are close to them.
The pear is a fruit native to the south-eastern areas of Europe and the western parts of Asia.
Its cultivation is widespread on all continents.
In Italy, the pear is cultivated especially in the northern regions such as Emilia-Romagna, Veneto, Trentino-Alto Adige and Piemonte.
There are many varieties of pears, even depending on the time of year, and we mainly offer: Coscia, William's, Abate and Red Bartlett.
The countries from which we import our LOLA pears are Argentina and Chile.
LOLA pears arrive at our headquarters after making a 25-day trip.
LOLA pears are then distributed with personalized packaging to wholesalers, shops, supermarkets, big distribution and fruit and vegetable markets.
Our company controls and tracks every step and ensures that suppliers comply with GlobalGap or EuropeGap protocols and ISO 14001 certification that guarantees the farmer's commitment to a concrete reduction in environmental impact.
Our commitment to the Green Economy is also reflected in the use of a photovoltaic system, located on the roofs of warehouses, which is able to power our cold rooms by providing electricity.