The name Guava is synonymous to all Hawaii residents and frequent visitors. The Guava fruit originated from Mexico and distributed across America and the Carribean region. It was later adopted and widely grown in sub-tropical Asia and Hawaii. The fruit usually grows from 1-1/2" to 4-1/2" in diameter and is round or oval in shape depending on the variety. It can be eaten raw but, is more popular in a drink form. It has a textured skin and can be eaten like an apple. The flavorful pulp is noticeable to the pallet and has a somewhat grainy texture. It is also often used in fruit salads as flavor enhancer. Guava nectar is now served in many countries. It is rich in fiber and vitamin C and has been a family favorite for generations. Guava is also useful in making jams and jellys, pancake mixes, concentrates and candies also produced by Hawaiian Sun. Enjoy these summer flavors year round. Hawaiian sun tropical drinks are canned in Hawaii.
Nutrition facts for 11.5 oz.
Total Fat 0g 0% DV
Sodium 15mg 1% DV
Total Carbohydrates 40g 13% DV
Water, Guava Puree, Cane Sugar, Citric Acid and Grap Skin Extract (color).