Guava is almost universally known by its common English
name Guava or
its equivalent in other languages. In Spanish, the tree is guayabo,
or guayavo, the fruit guayaba or guyava. The
French call it goyave or goyavier; the Dutch, guyaba, goeajaaba;
the Surinamese, guave or goejaba; and the Portuguese, goiaba or goaibeira. Hawaiians
call it guava or kuawa. In Guam it is abas. In Malaya,
it is generally known either as Guava or jambu batu.
Some of the other guava varieties that are
on the market are the Thai guava (mouseover
for photo), a white fleshed guava, which is drier and crunchy
which some equate to a pear without the juice. And then there is the Mexican
guava (mouseover for photo), a very small
guava with yellow skin and yellow flesh.
These Mexican guava were banned for 74 years from being imported into
the U.S. before 2009, although the the ban is lifted they are
all required to be irradiated to kill parasite larvae and other bacteria
they may carry.
Here is a picture
of the pink
for photo) we grow, which is a juicy, flavorful and health-promoting variety,
grown and hand picked in south Florida. Guava is often called a "super-fruit" so
eat up and enjoy!
We are also able to provide Mamey starting in the month
of April, continuing for several months (2 varieties back to back). Plus,
we have a huge crop of Keitt Mango which starts it's harvest
in June and runs for several weeks.
If you are interested in purchasing some large or small
orders of guava contact us
at #786-543-8967 and ask for Ernie or Terry
Sardina and we will give you prices on all our produce.
Wholesale Guava - Wholesale Pink Guava - Guava
Distributor - Pink Guava Farm - Red Guava Farm - Wholesale Red Guava