Peeled Cling Peaches
Yellow Cling peaches, also known as “taaipit perskes” in Afrikaans, are widely grown in Warm Bokkeveld, Breede River Valley and Klein Karoo, primarily for canning. Cling peaches get their name from the fact that their pips or “stones” are difficult to loosen from the flesh of the peach. Their firm (“non-melting” is the fancy term we also use) flesh makes them ideal for canning and that crunchy juiciness also makes the fresh fruit legandary but we think that taking the trouble to remove that stubborn pip, peel off the hairy skin and dry these bright yellow peaches makes for the yummiest version of them all!
Peaches, Preservative: Sulphur dioxide
Per 100 g: Energy 1210 kJ, Protein 6.5 g, Carbohydrates 63 g, Total Fat 0.3 g, Dietary Fibre (AOAC 991.43) 2.9 g, Total sodium 254 mg
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This product has been made in a factory that uses both peanuts and tree nuts