Orchardists in Victoria have been given the opportunity to taste new varieties for pears after years of their breeding process.
The breeds have been formulated at the Department of Primary Industries Tatura facility and are forecasted to be on supermarket shelves a decade from now.
Susanna Turpin, a research scientist, said that it's satisfying to see some breeds getting closer to the marketplace.
It's very fascinating. You look at the parents and you will see a whole new array of offspring from these parents, she said.
And when you get a combination of the two parents, it will produce an absolutely beautiful progeny with great appearance, great looks, it's really satisfying.