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Fresh Pear

  • Commodity : Fresh Pear
  • Code : IEM-1527
  • Class : Farm - Greenhouse
  • Type : Fresh
  • Minimum Order : 20,000 kg
  • Origin : Iran
  • Packing : Carton Box 5/10 kg – Plastic box 10 kg, Special Packing@ Customer's Request
  • Supply Ability : 100,000 Kg per Month
  • Sample : Available to forward
  • Term Of Delivery : EXW-FSA-FAS-FOB-CFR-CIF-CPT-CIP
  • Payment Term : TT- 30 % against PI, 70 % against Draft BL
  • Documents : HC,CO, BL, Packing List, Invoice & etc.
  • Delivery Time : 15 - 20 Days
  • Inspection : Possible



Fresh Pear



Pear is a juicy fruit that has a good taste and aroma. Pears come in a variety of colors and flavors, and because of their high water content, they can quench your thirst. Pear, like other fruits, has many species and is one of the most cultivated fruits in the world.



Pear has many properties and fights free radicals. Vitamins C, and copper in pears, fight free radicals. People with allergies can easily eat pears and usually do not have any problems. Pears have many properties that can be mentioned: raising the level of immunity, maintaining health and radiance of skin and hair, treating skin acne, preventing cancer and preventing heart disease. Vitamin C in pears is very useful for pregnant women, you just have to be careful to wash the pears well and eat them later. Calcium, zinc, iron and magnesium are softened in pears, and the vitamin C in them is very useful for rejuvenating your skin.



Pears are high in fiber and can help you lose weight. This low-calorie fruit can keep you full for a while, so if you are gaining weight, you can use pears in your diet. The fiber in pears not only helps you lose weight but also reduces type 2 diabetes and controls blood cholesterol.

Pear is native to Western Asia and Eastern Europe. The western regions of Iran and the Caucasus Mountains also produce pears natively. Pars are not difficult to maintain and many farmers can grow them in favorable areas. Pears are more sensitive to cold than apples and should be watered twice a week. Excessive watering can keep the soil moist in some areas for a long time and cause pear leaves to turn yellow and rot. Improper and poor irrigation can also cause the plant to wither. Light is also an important factor in the growth of the pear tree. If the light is not enough, it will not make the pear sweet. With all this, it can be said that planting pears is generally easier than some other plants.

The largest pear producing countries are China, Argentina, USA, Italy, Turkey, India, Netherlands, Spain, Belgium, Chile, Japan and Iran. China is one of the largest producers of pears in the world, supplying 70% of the world's pears. High quality Iranian pears are also exported to many countries such as Indonesia, Iraq and Russia, and these countries have a high capacity for export.



This fruit must be properly packaged so as not to be damaged or crushed during transport. Proper packaging is essential for all products and pears should be exported to different parts of the world with proper packaging.