Guavas

Our guavas are selected to ensure it is not only high in quality but is has also has a low carbon footprint. Amongst many factors, the two important factors in our business model is to continuously empower and support Thai local agriculture and Thai farmers and also create a food system which is sustainable for consumers.
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What Are The Health Benefits Of Organic Guava?

Guava is a tropical fruit that for a long time, has been known for its nutritional benefits and unique flavor. While there are non-organic guavas (grown using assisted farming methods), organic guava has been found to have a number of health benefits for those who consume them. Some of the health benefits of organic guava are:
Organic guava lowers the risk of chronic diseases. It has been found to contain various antioxidants such as lycopene that are instrumental in helping reduce the risk of chronic diseases such as Alzheimer’s disease, heart disease, and cancer.
Organic guava is rich in nutrients and a good source of vitamin C, antioxidants, and fiber.
Organic guava supports digestion as it contains both soluble and insoluble fiber that serves to prevent constipation and promote healthy digestion.
Organic guava is rich in vitamin C which is an important nutrient that plays an important role in boosting the immune system.

can guavas be used in cooking or baking?

Yes, you can use guava in cooking or baking. It is imperative to note that guava has a sweet and scented flavor. Other than this, it’s also rich in nutrients such as vitamin A, vitamin C, antioxidants, and fiber, hence making it an excellent choice to use while cooking or baking. There are several ways, in which guava can be used in cooking or baking.
Guava smoothie: A guava smoothie is made using guavas, strawberries, milk, and honey and is also greatly recommended for kids.
Guava chutney is prepared using a number of ingredients such as guava, green chilies, chili powder, and coriander. You can use guava chutney to relish snacks such as samosa, chips, or kebab.
Guava sauce can be used as a condiment for meat or other foods.
Guava cake: You can use guava paste to make cakes, muffins, and other bakery products.
Guava curry: Guava curry is cooked using spices such as chili powder, cumin, coriander, garam masala, and turmeric along with tomatoes and guava.

How should guavas be stored to maintain their freshness

If you’ve just bought unripe guavas, you can store them at room temperature until such a time when they are ripe. When they ripen, you can move them to the refrigerator in order to prolong their shelf life. The idea of storing guavas at room temperature is for the purpose of allowing them to ripen naturally. Once they are ripe, put the ripe guava in an airtight container or a plastic bag and then store it in a refrigerator. Lastly, ensure that the guavas are dry before you store them to avoid situations of mold growth. Moisture is an enemy of guavas especially if you are keen on maintaining their freshness. Wash them well, then dry them, and finally, put them in an airtight container and store them in a refrigerator once ripe.