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Del Monte® Fresh Fruit, Peach
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Thanks to expressions like “that’s peachy” (and, of course, the sweet stone fruit itself), most people would agree that life is at its sweetest when eating peaches — fresh Del Monte® Peaches in particular. You probably already love them in cobblers and on their own, but they make a welcome change of pace in salads, in a chutney with a meal and, naturally, in a fruit smoothie. There’s also the classic favorite of peaches with cottage cheese. 

  • Very low in sodium, saturated fat and cholesterol
  • Very good source of vitamin C
  • Good source of vitamin A, niacin, potassium, and dietary fiber

Country of Origin

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How to Select

Look for a yellow or warm cream color. The amount of red blush on their cheeks depends on the variety, and it is not an indicator of ripeness. Avoid peaches with green undertones; they were picked too soon and will not ripen properly. Always look for medium-to-large peaches with unwrinkled skins that are mildly fragrant.

How to Prepare

Wash before eating or using.

How to Store

Unripe peaches can be stored at room temperature until they ripen. Place ripe peaches in the refrigerator, where they will keep for two to three days.

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