Guava is believed to have originated from an area extending from southern Mexico into or through Central America. Guava offers a true trip to the tropics, starting from the first whiff. The sweet, tart floral fruit can be eaten on its own, or mashed up and used in baking; try guava bread instead of banana bread!
- Mildly sweet with notes of pineapple, papaya, banana and lemon
- Commonly eaten fresh or made into beverages, jams, and other foods
- Source of fiber, vitamin C potassium and other substances that act like antioxidants.
Guava; Nutrifacts based on USDA Food-A-Pedia (Guava) 1/2 Cup Raw
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