Unlike their yellow-fleshed cousins, white peaches (Prunus persica) boast a creamy pinkish-white flesh that is sweeter to taste and low in acidity. Because the peach tree is a self-fertilizing tree, white peaches occur in nature, but they also develop as a result of hybrid trees that are crossed too frequently.
Where it's from
Farmford's White Peaches
(Depending on where it's in season throughout the year)