There is evidence that pears have been consumed as early as 3000 BC, the Romans spread its growth through theextension of their empire. It has a thin skin, juicy pulp and sweet taste.


Among its beneficial components, we find organic acids and hydroxy-toxic phenolic acids

Numerous studies praise its high fiber content, antioxidant and anticancer properties. Its consumption reduces the risk of coronary heart disease and it plays a beneficial role in some degenerative vascular diseases. To this list, we add its contribution to halting development of tumors.