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Asian Pears - Shinko
Eco-Apple certified Shinko Pears from Champlain Orchards in Shoreham, VT. One Pint. Sweet, medium-sized asian pears with a crunchy, juicy bite!
Champlain OrchardsSustainably Grown Fruit & Specialty Products
Champlain Orchards is 100 year-old family-owned and operated farm located in Shoreham, Vermont. The apple orchard and organic farm have a beautiful view of Lake Champlain toward the Adirondack Mountains. They grow a wide variety of fruit, including raspberries, blackberries, cherries, plums, pears, peaches, and over 40 varieties of apples!
Champlain Orchards is a great place for Pick-Your-Own and shopping in their Farm Market, where they sell a wide range of specialty products including apple sauce, syrups, hard cider, pies, cider donuts and other local Vermont products. Their fruit and specialty products can also be found in many stores in the area.
Visit Champlain Orchards! The orchard is home to a bakery, a cider mill, the farm market, and pick-your-own, and they host special seasonal events. They're located at 3597 VT Route 74 West, Shoreham, VT.
About Champlain Orchards Growing Methods: "Eco Apple Certification is third-party verified by the Integrated Pest Management Institute of North America. The IPM approach features the most eco-sensitive, minimally treated, natural methods possible. For example, instead of extensive spraying, we use wood chips from pruned branches as mulch around the trunks of our trees in order to increase plant health, which in turn helps the trees ward off illness. Damaging pests are managed through the introduction of natural predators, mating disruption, and trapping, rather than pesticides - this ultimately keeps our trees, staff, and you safe."
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