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Produce Item fo' the Day.

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Good day, Ladies and Gentlemen, my name is Effyoo and I will be your guide through the wonderful world of Fresh Produce. Feel free to add your comments.



Well, first on our list is the Bosc Pear






Available: August through May. Athough this year we have had them already for two weeks.


Usage: To be eaten fresh or in salads.


Nutritional Information:


Serving size 1 medium (166g)

Calories 100

Total Fat 1g

Sodium 0mg

Total Carbohydrate 25g

Dietary Fiber 4g

Protein 1g


% of U.S. RDA

Vitamin A 0%

Calcium 2%

Vitamin C 10%

Iron 2%


Low-fat, Sodium-free, Source of fiber, Source of vitamin C, Cholesterol-free.








Art inspired by the Bosc Pear:






Stacy Frank


TITLE: Bosc Pear


MEDIUM: three plate color etching




IMAGE SIZE: 5 x 3.25 inches


PRICE: $200.00


YEAR: 1999


DESCRIPTION: One of my favorite color prints, Bosc Pear was a challenge to execute. Three plates, yellow, red and then sepia were used to create the tone of a late autumn pear.




The Bosc Pear (aka Beurre(butter) Bosc), although the ugliest, is the tastiest of all comercially available pears.





Tomorrow: the Santa Claus Melon

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i wear my sun glasses at night...


but on the real though ya'll are sleeping on fresh produce, bosc pears especially. They are much better than those green shits your mom always buys. I would rank them on a juiceyness scale of 7 out of 10, 10 being the juiciest. Word to your mom, tell her to buy bosc.

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that pear looks delectectable but you havent experienced fresh friut untill u sink your teeth into a "lemonade friut"

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had to laugh out loud on the doggie ass picture





sidenote: i like fruit. right now, nectarines. theyre in season and bomb on top of it. grapes were sooo two months ago.

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dude i worked at 3 grocery stores and used to know every produce upc and i think the one for boc pears is 4062. with every produce item you throw out ill have its upc.:lol:

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Am I the only one who was looking forward to the santa claus melon then came in here and fell victim to high hopes and broken promises?

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