Peaches White



White Peaches are available during the summer months.

Current Facts

White Peaches are members of the Rosaceae family and botanically classified as Prunus persica. They are a yellow-fleshed variety with white skin but may be labeled by many other names such as Tristar, white Hale or Honey Babe.

Nutritional Value

White Peaches are an excellent source of Vitamin C and A, dietary fiber, potassium, and other minerals. The natural sugar found in White Peaches make them a popular choice for desserts like pies, cobblers, and jams.

Usage Tips

To determine if White Peaches are ripe enough to eat, gently press near the stem. The peach should be slightly soft and fragrant. If the fruit is still hard, let it continue to ripen at room temperature away from direct sunlight. Once ripe, store peaches in the refrigerator for up to five days.

White Peaches are perfect for snacking or adding to salads, smoothies, ice cream toppings, yogurt parfaits or baked goods like muffins and cakes. For a special treat, try adding cinnamon and nutmeg to roasted White Peaches! Enjoy!

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