They are highly appreciated for their nutritional properties, their fiber and their subtle sweetness, they have very low calories, approximately 57 kcal per 100 grams. Contains vitamins A, E, C, B1, B2, Niacin, and minerals such as calcium, magnesium and potassium among others.
Pears can be eaten fresh, dehydrated, as jams, compotes, salads, sauces and drinks, they also have a lot of culinary versatility
The fruit is pear-shaped, with a well-defined waist, medium to large in size. The peduncle is of medium size and thickness, partially woody and obliquely inserted; the peduncular cavity is somewhat deep and the calyx semi-closed. The epidermis is thin and delicate, light green in color that turns an attractive yellow when ripe, sometimes with a pinkish tint on the side exposed to the sun, dotted with numerous well-visible lenticels, the flesh is creamy white, with a fine texture. , typically aromatic, very juicy, sweet, slightly acidic, with very good organoleptic quality.
The fruit is conical, pear-shaped, rather small. The peduncle is medium to long, of medium thickness, straight and vertically inserted. The pedicle cavity is absent; the calyx is open or semi-open. The epidermis is smooth, light green to yellowish, with a pinkish tinge on the sun-exposed side and numerous lenticels evident. The flesh is creamy white, with a somewhat granular and consistent texture, very sweet and pleasant, with low acidity and good organoleptic quality
The fruit is pear-shaped, with a well-defined waist, similar to the original variety, but smaller in size. The peduncle is shorter, partially woody and somewhat curved. The epidermis is smooth, partially covered with purplish red that turns carmine at maturity. The pulp is creamy white, with a fine texture, compact and aromatic, very juicy, sweet and slightly acidic, with all the organoleptic characteristics of the green Williams.
The fruit is pear-shaped, short and globose with a wide base, medium to large in size. The peduncle is short, thick and somewhat fleshy, split at the apex; the calyx is open, with the sepals united at their base. The epidermis is fine and delicate, light green in color, which presents a subtle change at maturity, with numerous well visible lenticels. The pulp is creamy white, with a buttery and slightly grainy texture, aromatic, juicy, sweet and slightly acidic
The fruit is pear-shaped, with a wide and short base, medium to large in size, with the surface covered with numerous protuberances. The peduncle is long, curved, of medium thickness, woody and vertically inserted, and the peduncular cavity is barely defined. The epidermis is light green, changing to yellow at maturity, with numerous conspicuous dark lenticels. The pulp is creamy white, consistent, with a fine texture, aromatic, juicy, sweet, slightly acidic and of very good organoleptic quality.