Autumn Breeze Phase 3
Apple & Pear Series
18 Oct - 31 Oct
Although apples and pears are available to eat all year, they are autumn specialties, their scent rolling off farmers' market carts and inspiring pie bakers and cider makers to delicious heights.
1. Check the Apple’s Firmness
Pick up the apple and gently press a small area of the fruit’s skin. It should be firm to the touch. Avoid apples that are noticeably soft, discolored, or indent easily after you press the skin.
2. Visually Examine the Apple
As you check firmness, turn the apple completely in your hand to visually check for quality. Apples with bruising or obvious signs of decay aren't going to provide the best eating experience and should be avoided.
1. Check the Pear’s Firmness
A firm pear with juicy and crisp flesh. When the pear becomes soft, it indicates that is ripe enough with higher sweetness.
2. Visually Examine the Pear
Light bruising commonly occurs during production. These marks are purely cosmetic, though, adding that they don‘t normally affect the pear’s interior. Avoid any pears with large dark or mushy spots and tears in the flesh. Those are the common indicators of a bad pear, and they mean that the fruit will decay faster than normal.
Products of Apple & Pear Series
- Autumn Breeze - Apple & Pear Series
- Autumn Breeze - Fresh Apple
- Autumn Breeze - Fresh Pear
- Autumn Breeze - Beverage
- Autumn Breeze - Grocery
*Price and availability of promotional products are subject to in-store updates. While stocks last