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Nectarines are a genetic variant of the peach family with both yellow and white flesh according to variety, and have been around for at least 4,000 years! The nectarine’s most distinguishable difference from the peach is its smooth skin. Just like the peach, the nectarine gives off a fantastic aroma when mature and can be eaten soft, firm, or crunchy depending on the consumer’s preference.
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