Organic Bartlett Pears
Thought to have originated in the 1760s in England, its offspring have been patented and successfully marketed around the world.
The Bartlett is renowned for its characteristic sweetness. A consumer favorite, this pear is most commonly eaten fresh, but is also the classic choice for canning. Bartlett is defined by its characteristic bell shape with a small neck and rounded bottom. Its color varies from green, to yellow, to red. It’s not to be confused with the Red Bartlett—a distinctive variety.