Taiwan Pink guava varieties come in white, red/pink and in the main production of the greatest variety, largest size, and largest volume of guavas belongs to the white flesh varieties. Taiwan Pink Guava, also known as “Red-fleshed Guava,” is a type of guava that is native to Taiwan and has become popular in many parts of the world. As the name suggests, this variety of guava is known for its bright pink or red flesh, which makes it a visually striking fruit. It is a relatively fast-growing tree and can begin fruiting from just 6 months to 8 months.
Guava fruit is one of the famous tropical fruits grown across Asian countries as well as other parts of world and known as the apple of the tropics. They are quite popular in India and south East Asia. The fruit is rich in nutrients such as vitamin C, potassium, and dietary fiber, and is often consumed fresh or used in a variety of culinary preparations such as juices, jams, and desserts.
- The fruit of Taiwan Pink Guava is typically round or oval-shaped and can range in size from small to medium
- Each Taiwan Pink guava fruit weights around 250-300 grams. The Taiwan guava fruit looks light green in color at maturity.
- The fruit of Taiwan Pink Guava is typically round or oval-shaped, with a green skin that is smooth and a vibrant pink or red flesh that is rich in lycopene. It has a sweet and tangy flavor that is similar to other varieties of guava.
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