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Common Name: Guava
Botanical Name: Psidium Guajava
Origin: Central America, South America
Guava is a tropical fruit that enjoys a lot of fame in South America and has begun to gain a foothold in other regional markets. Guava trees are small in stature and populate much of Central and South Americas. Guava shapes differ from round to oval and the fruit is enjoyed by humans and animals alike, being one of the favorite foods of several species.
Guava is enjoyed by the Americas because it is one of the most nutrient dense foods in the region. For one, guava is a good source of fiber. A one-cup serving of guava may contain up to 9 grams of fiber.
Vitamins found in guava are no less valuable. Guava contains vitamins A and C, with a one-cup serving offering up to 1,030 IU and 376 mg, respectively, of the nutrients.
To add several nutrients to your product easily, try guava. This fruit goes perfect into any product, from tablets to functional foods to multivitamins and more. The possibilities with guava are endless. Ask for a sample today.*
*These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.