Always looking for new business opportunities, Brotto Figs also explores the cultivation of another fruit: guavas.

There are many kinds of guava and their main difference is the internal color of their pulp, which can be red or white.

Guavas have green skin and small seeds in their pulp, which are edible and have sweet and sour taste. When still unripe, they are quite hard and, as they get ripe, their skin gets yellowish and a little soft.

NUTRITIONAL DATA

Guava is a highly nutritive fruit, because it has many minerals, vitamins and fibers.

DID YOU KNOW?

Red guava has a large amount of lycopene, a potent antioxidant nutrient. Lycopene helps to prevent cancer and protects against cardiovascular diseases because it prevents the formation of fat plaques in blood vessels.

Just like other fruits, guava is best consumed in natura. But, since it is not an acid food, guava is also used to prepare salty and bittersweet sauces.

It is also used to prepare desserts (guava paste), jams, Fruit preserves, ice cream and juices.

DOMESTIC AND EXPORT MARKET

WHITE GUAVAS

- Cartons with 2,5Kg net (10-18 fruits).

RED GUAVAS

- Cartons with 2,5Kg net (10-18 fruits).

PRODUCTION PLACES

CHÁCARA BROTTO

Rod. SP 73 - km 6,5 Bairro Pedra Branca Campinas/SP – Brazil Mailbox 114 ZIP 13051-083

PRODUCTION PLACES

FAZENDA VISTA ALEGRE

Rod. Conego Cyriaco Scaranello Pires - km 07 Bairro Córrego Azul Monte Mor /SP - Brazil ZIP 13190-000
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