CONTEST: We want to know #HowDoYouAnjou

Welcome to the #HowdoyouAnjou Instagram photo contest

Northwest-grown Anjou pears are the perfect fiber-ful snack to fuel your life. Their crisp texture and citrusy sweet tang also make them extremely versatile! In other words, they are pear-fect to enjoy whether you’re on the go or in the kitchen. With so many places to enjoy the delicious Anjou pear, we can’t wait for you to share your favorite! Details are listed below. Be sure to follow all the rules to win. Be creative and have fun!







#HowdoyouAnjou Contest:

Follow #HowdoyouAnjou for inspiration, then take a snapshot of your pear. It can be anything: hiking, picnicking, the laundromat, or just lounging in a fruit bowl! Remember to snap a picture and follow the rules below. Participants will be entered to win a box of fresh and juicy pears, a USA Pears backpack and other cool pear swag!

Do you munch at the laundromat, on the bus, or in the woods? Do you love it with cheese or prefer peanut butter? Join USAPears in this #photocontest and show us #HowDoYouAnjou?

To start, find us on Instagram @USAPears!

  1. FOLLOW @USAPears on Instagram.
  2. Snap and post a picture or video with your Anjou USA Pear on Instagram, wherever and however you enjoy it.
  3. Post the picture with the hashtag #HowdoyouAnjou and tag @USAPears in your post.

This contest begins May 4 and will end on June 7 at 8:00 PM PST. Open to US participants only. Winner(s) will be announced no later than June 7. Once declared, the winner has 48 hours to respond and provide their email address for prize delivery. Per Instagram rules, we must mention this is in no way sponsored, administered, or associated with Instagram, Inc. By entering, entrants confirm they are 18+ years of age, release Instagram of responsibility, and agree to Instagram’s term of use.

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Do you know how to tell when a pear is ripe? The key is to Check the Neck! Learn more about pear ripening and handling HERE.