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A small, round to oblong shaped green-skinned tropical fruit, guavas become yellow/green when ripe. They have white to salmon pink, juicy, seedy flesh and an aromatic fragrance aroma. Eat fresh or as juice, in salads, jams, jellies and conserves.


  • Cattley
  • Common


Choose firm, undamaged fruit with a greenish-yellow skin colouring. Ripe fruit should yield to gentle pressure.


Keep at room temperature until ripe and then place in refrigerator crisper.

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