Everyone knows that December signifies the holiday season being in full swing. What you may not know, however, is that December is also National Pear Month! E. Armata Inc., a leader in New York produce, distributes a range of fruits and produce that can be picked up and consumed at your pleasure. However, since its December, our team wants to shed light on this tasty and nutritious fruit specifically so you and your family can celebrate this month in style.
Types of Pears
Like with other fruits and vegetables, many types of pears can be consumed and enjoyed. Each type has a distinct flavor, color, and shape. Since it’s National Pear Month, E. Armata would like to highlight the specific types of pears our New York produce team carries and distributes:
- French Butter
- Honey Bell
Benefits Of Eating Pears
While each different type of pear has a distinct taste and shape, they all have an abundance of benefits you can reap when consumed. Since this month is National Pear Month, there’s no better time to head to the grocery store and pick some up. Below are some reasons you should purchase a bushel of pears today:
- Pears are a great source of fiber, with one alone containing nearly a quarter of the recommended daily amount.
- They’re a low glycemic fruit, meaning they won’t drastically spike your blood sugar levels.
- Pears are chock full of vitamins and minerals such as potassium, vitamin c, electrolytes, and antioxidants.
- The easily digestible complex carbs found in pears make it perfect for an energy boost before a workout, and a great means of recovery afterward.
Celebrate With E. Armata Inc.
There are many different types of pears you can choose from to consume when celebrating National Pear Month. Though each one is distinct in its own right, no one pear stands high above the next. The New York produce team at E. Armata knows this, which is why each type is given the same amount of care and commitment to quality. Head to a grocery store today so you can experience first hand just how tasty and nutritious our pears can be!