STORY AND PROPERTIES

NASHI TRYBECA ASIAN PEAR

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NATURE AND INNOVATION FOR A NASHI OF QUALITY

NATURE AND INNOVATION FOR A NASHI OF QUALITY

The origin of

NASHI

OVER 3000 YEARS OF HISTORY

OVER 3000 YEARS OF HISTORY

The Asian pear belongs to the family of Rosaceae and it can be considered the cousin of our local pear, actually, the Asian pear pertains to the Pyrus genus.

In order to trace back the origins of the Asian pear we need to take a leap into the past and move to the ancient east.

Known also with the name of “Asian pear-apple”, the first Nashi fruits were cultivated in central China where the mild and subtropical climate favored its spreading. Scriptures report that the first orchards were planted along the Yellow river and the Huai river under the Han dynasty.

In north America the Nashi fruit was introduced by the Chinese miners starting from the XIX century who planted the Nashi trees along the banks of the Sierra Nevada.

Europe was the last to learn about the Asian pear, as a matter of fact, its spreading around the old continent took place just at the end of the 20th Century.

The origin of

NASHI

The Asian pear belongs to the family of Rosaceae and it can be considered the cousin of our local pear, actually, the Asian pear pertains to the Pyrus genus.

In order to trace back the origins of the Asian pear we need to take a leap into the past and move to the ancient east.

Known also with the name of “Asian pear-apple”, the first Nashi fruits were cultivated in central China where the mild and subtropical climate favored its spreading. Scriptures report that the first orchards were planted along the Yellow river and the Huai river under the Han dynasty.

In north America the Nashi fruit was introduced by the Chinese miners starting from the XIX century who planted the Nashi trees along the banks of the Sierra Nevada.

Europe was the last to learn about the Asian pear, as a matter of fact, its spreading around the old continent took place just at the end of the 20th Century.

The Nashi Tree

ASIAN PEAR

ITS FEATURES

With an average height of 5 meters, the Nashi tree offers a blossoming able to arouse emotions that inspired poets and artists of the past.

Its leaves are vividly green, sometimes brighter, other times darker, depending on the variety.

Its branching is well defined when grown using the “Italian palmetta” structure. Its fruits change shape depending on the variety.

Besides, the Nashi pear, contrary to the majority of the fruit, is picked when ripe and ready to eat. Delicate to the touch, its skin takes different colors depending on the variety, plus, do not go unnoticed a series of dots known as lenticels present on it.

The Nashi Tree

ASIAN PEAR

ITS FEATURES

With an average height of 5 meters, the Nashi tree offers a blossoming able to arouse emotions that inspired poets and artists of the past.

Its leaves are vividly green, sometimes brighter, other times darker, depending on the variety.

Its branching is well defined when grown using the “Italian palmetta” structure. Its fruits change shape depending on the variety.

Besides, the Nashi pear, contrary to the majority of the fruit, is picked when ripe and ready to eat.

Delicate to the touch, its skin takes different colors depending on the variety, plus, do not go unnoticed a series of dots known as lenticels present on it.

NASHI PEARS
ITS PROPERTIES

A FRUIT RICH WITH MINERAL SALTS.

TASTY
A UNIQUE FLAVOR
Crispy, but delicate at the same time, the Nashi fruit has a sweet pulp and it feels like a splash of fresh flavorful water in your mouth when you eat it.
ENERGETIC
A REFILL OF ENERGY
Rich with magnesium, potassium, phosphorus, sodium, iron, calcium, zinc, copper and manganese, the Nashi fruit is a natural source of energy, natural alternative to the classic snacks. The Nashi fruit can be consumed after your physical activity.
REFRESHING
IT QUENCHES YOUR THIRST
Thanks to its natural characteristics, the Nashi pear is a thirst-quenching fruit, fresh and with a unique flavor. It can be consumed at any time of the day. It is low in calories and apt to a balanced diet.
DIETETIC
LOW IN CALORIES
100 grams of Nashi equal about 51 calories, it is therefore a fruit low in calories, which, if combined to a balanced diet, can represent a valid ally to keep in good shape. Rich with fibers the Nashi pear is easy to digest and favors bowel movements.
VERSATILE
A NEW FLAVOR IN YOUR DISHES
The Nashi fruit can represent a different flavor when added to your cooking. It can be enjoyed with Prosciutto, hard cheeses, salads, fruit salads, and in all the dishes that the imagination suggests. An ingredient that donates a touch of originality in your dishes.
TASTY
A UNIQUE FLAVOR
Crispy, but delicate at the same time, the Nashi fruit has a sweet pulp and it feels like a splash of fresh flavorful water in your mouth when you eat it.
ENERGETIC
A REFILL OF ENERGY
Rich with magnesium, potassium, phosphorus, sodium, iron, calcium, zinc, copper and manganese, the Nashi fruit is a natural source of energy, natural alternative to the classic snacks. The Nashi fruit can be consumed after your physical activity.
REFRESHING
IT QUENCHES YOUR THIRST
Thanks to its natural characteristics, the Nashi pear is a thirst-quenching fruit, fresh and with a unique flavor. It can be consumed at any time of the day. It is low in calories and apt to a balanced diet.
DIETETIC
LOW IN CALORIES
100 grams of Nashi equal about 51 calories, it is therefore a fruit low in calories, which, if combined to a balanced diet, can represent a valid ally to keep in good shape. Rich with fibers the Nashi pear is easy to digest and favors bowel movements.
VERSATILE
A NEW FLAVOR IN YOUR DISHES
The Nashi fruit can represent a different flavor when added to your cooking. It can be enjoyed with Prosciutto, hard cheeses, salads, fruit salads, and in all the dishes that the imagination suggests. An ingredient that donates a touch of originality in your dishes.
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