Guava fruits may be round, ovoid or pear-shaped, 2 - 4 inches long, and have 4 or 5 protruding floral remnants (sepals) at the apex. Guava varieties differ widely in flavor and seediness. The better guava varieties are soft when ripe, creamy in texture with a rind that softens to be fully edible. The guava flesh may be white, pink, yellow, or red. The sweet, musky odor of the guava is pungent and penetrating. The seeds are numerous but small and, in good varieties, fully edible.
Ingredients: Water, guava puree from concentrate, sugar and/or high fructose corn syrup, citric acid, malic acid and sucralose.