White peaches have low or sub-acid flesh as compared to the yellow varieties.
The flesh may be pure white or even lightly blushed but has a sweeter taste than the traditional yellow. White fleshed peaches have lovely floral notes that perfume fresh fruit salads or delightfully invade the nose during fresh eating. Can be eaten as they are or add them to oatmeal, smoothies and yogurt.
They're a good source of vitamins A and C and contain some vitamin B3, potassium and dietary fibre