Taste: The tender fruit skin is stretched over fine-grained, yellow flesh. It’s most easily identified by its color and unique shape. These peaches are sweet and easy to pull apart and devour!
- Peaches are rich in phytochemicals called phenols that act as antioxidants
- Peaches help in maintaining healthy skin owing to the presence of a good amount of vitamin C, which also provides a defense against harmful free radicals and infections
- Peaches are rich in beta-carotene, which plays an important role in maintaining healthy eyesight
When to Look for Redhaven Peaches: Redhavens ripen earlier than Elbertas and are available in Okanagan area from late July to mid-August.
Best Uses for Redhaven Peaches: Redhaven’s color adds an attractive garnish to fresh salads and desserts.
How to Store Redhaven Peaches: They are one of the most flavorful peaches to freeze for winter smoothies or a wistful summer dessert when the weather is grey and chilly. However, because the pits have a tendency to crack and split into two halves, they’re typically not used for canning.