To produce white guava pulp, mature and ripe white guavas are carefully selected. The fruit is washed, peeled, and seeds are removed to ensure the pulp is free from undesirable components. The pulp is then finely pureed, retaining its natural taste, aroma, and nutritional value. It is typically available in various forms, including fresh, frozen, canned, or as aseptic pulp, making it convenient for both domestic and commercial use.
White guava pulp is valued for its nutritional benefits, as it is rich in essential vitamins, particularly vitamin C and A, dietary fiber, and antioxidants. It serves as a versatile ingredient in the creation of juices, smoothies, jams, jellies, desserts, ice creams, and a wide array of culinary preparations, adding a tropical touch and a refreshing burst of flavor. Its smooth texture and sweet taste make it a popular choice for enhancing the taste and nutritional content of various food and beverage products
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