Gauva is round or pear-shaped and is light green, yellow or maroon in colour on the outside when it ripens. Guava also has white or maroon flesh, depending on its type, and lots of small hard seeds enveloped in its soft, sweet pulp. The common types of guava include apple guava, yellow-fruited cherry guava, strawberry guava, and red apple guava.
Guava is mostly eaten raw (ripe or semi-ripe) or consumed as juice and jams and jellies too. What makes guava special is that increasing the shelf life of the fruit does not require the use of chemicals or pesticides as in the case of grapes, apple, and other so-called “exotic” fruits. It is one of the least chemically treated and sprayed fruits.
|Temperature:||5 – 7°C|
|Relative Humidity:||90 – 95%|
|Shelf life:||2 – 3 months|
Packing: 5Kg Carton