Nutritional Facts of Fruit

Honey peach

Honey peach

Major Growing Areas

Honey peaches are grown in places such as Shanghai, Zhejiang, Shaanxi and Shandong of China, as well as the central part of the United States, Japan, New Zealand and Argentina.


The more well-known ones are Kawanakajima white peaches from Japan, Fenghua peaches from Zhejiang province, Nanhui peaches from Shanghai, Wuxi peaches from Jiangsu province, etc.

Nutritional Values

Honey peaches contain vitamin B complex and water.

Per 100 g (Approx. over ½ medium-sized honey peach)
Energy 39 kcal
Sugar 8.4 g
Vitamin C 6.6 mg
Dietary Fibre 1.5 g

Buying Tips

Honey peaches are large, round and juicy, featuring fuzzy thin skin on the outside. It is advisable to buy vividly red, sweet-smelling and bruise-free honey peaches that have softer pulp around the pedicel. Since canned honey peaches contain lots of sugar, which increases the risk of tooth decay and obesity, it is better to eat fresh honey peaches only.

One Serving of Fruit is Equivalent to:

1 medium-sized honey peach

Other Drupes

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