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Guava Pulp is extracted from manually harvested, mature, clean and ripe white guavas. The white guava pulp processing includes many steps such as – cutting, de-stoning, refining and packing. In case of aseptic packaging, the creamish white pulp is sterilized and then packed into aseptic bags. Stringent quality standards are followed at each stage of processing so that customers get premium quality white guava pulp. The sweet flavor and vitamin C in white guava pulp is ideal for use in the food processing industry for making products like fruit breads, cakes, tarts, muffins, pie-fillings, toppings, cereals, juices, strained fruit, fruit desserts and fruit drinks.



PHYSICO CHEMICAL Approximate Average Values
Percentage Total solids (°Brix) Min 9°
pH (20°C) 3.6-3.9
Acidity % (Citric Acid) 0.70% - 0.90%
Bric Acid Ratio 12-20
Total Plate Count (cfu) <10/g
Yeast and Mod (cfu) <10 /g
Coliform(cfu) Negative
E.Coliform. Negative
Salmonella(cfu) Nil/25 g
Color (cfu) Creamy White
Aroma Typical of Guava Fruit
Flavor Typical of Guava Fruit
Packing 210 kg Aseptic Bag in steel drum
Storage temperature 4 ºC - 8 ºC: 24 months
Storage temperature±20 ºC: 12 months

Botanical Name: Psidium guajava

Key Vitamins: vitamins A and C  Calcium , Iron, Vitamin D, Vitamin B-6, Cobalamin, Magnesium


Health Benefits:

Help Lower Blood Sugar Levels, the high levels of antioxidants and vitamins in guava leaves may help protect your heart from damage by free radicals. The higher levels of potassium and soluble fiber in guavas are also thought to contribute to improved heart health.

Additionally, guava leaf extract has been linked to lower blood pressure, a decrease in “bad” LDL cholesterol, and a rise in “good” HDL cholesterol. Benefit Your Digestive System, Aid Weight Loss, Have an Anticancer Effect, Help Boost Your Immunity. Eating Guavas May Be Good for Your Skin.

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