As the guavas are being harvested and dispatched to our premises, Our teams are gearing up, with meticulous planning for the commencement of the guava puree and concentrate production process. The guava harvest season is from August to September and February to March. However, the peak guava season is from August to September. The peak guava harvest season is from August to September, yielding 5-10kgs from each tree.
The guava flowering season in India occurs in the month of February and the harvest is done in the month of August to September. The second flowering happens in the monsoon and the harvesting is carried out in February to March. However the flowering cycles can vary with the local weather and the varieties of guava cultivated.
Crop Analysis – White and Pink guava 2023
- This year, both white and pink guava exhibit superior qualities compared to last year, with a 10% increase in brix value.
- However, the yield for both guava types is 10% lower compared to last year.
- The prices have remained steady this year, with no significant changes compared to the previous year. If you have any queries about pricing, reach out to our sales team.
Fruit sourcing & Varieties
- White guava – Primarily procured and harvested in Tamilnadu. The varieties used for puree and concentrate are Lucknow49 and Allahabad Safeda.
- Pink guava – Predominantly sourced and cultivated in Karnataka. The varieties used are desi Karnataka and Arka Kiran.
Guava products we offer
- White guava puree (8 brix)
- Pink guava puree (8 brix)
- White guava concentrate (18 brix)
- Pink guava concentrate (18 brix)
- IQF Pink Guava (10*10, 20*20, 6*6)
The white guava production is currently operating at its fullest capacity. For inquiries regarding pricing and availability for 2023, we kindly request that you reach out to our export team. Thank you for your interest in our product.