Sun Crest peach
The Sun Crest Peach is a large, freestone peach that grows in California's San Joaquin Valley. The peach has a bright-red blush over its yellow skin and is fragrant and juicy. Unfortunately, not much is known of the Sun Crest because of its fragility and difficulty in shipping. For this reason, many distributors and retailers are unwilling to handle the fruit. The Masumoto family is currently one of the only producers taking the time to hand-select and pack the Sun Crest Peach.
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