Guavas are cultivated in many tropical and subtropical countries for their edible fruit. Several species are grown commercially; Apple Guava and its cultivars are those most commonly traded internationally.
The Chinese guava fruit is edible, round to pear-shaped, from 3-10 cm in diameter. It has a thin delicate rind, pale green to yellow at maturity, a creamy white flesh with many small hard seeds, and a strong, characteristic aroma, with an inoffensive acidity and a fragrance reminiscent ofrose petals.
Guavas are often considered superfruits, being rich in vitamins A and C, omega-3 and -6 polyunsaturated fatty acids and especially high levels of dietary fiber. Guavas contain both major classes of antioxidant pigments — carotenoids and polyphenols, giving them relatively high dietary antioxidant content among plant foods.
Planted in southern China, guava is available almost all year round. Each bulb weighs 300-400g, 26lb/carton, or customization package. Contact us now for an offer and shipment details.