It’s citrus season!
Winter days become a little sweeter when you peel open a bright, juicy citrus that fills the room with a refreshing scent. With over 20 different citrus varieties, like the super sweet Sumo Mandarin, beautifully red Raspberry Orange and snackable Mandarinquat, you’re sure to find your zest one yet.
With a rich history dating back to 1970s Japan, these oversized mandarins were bred to combine the easy-to-peel, Japanese Satsuma with the sweet, juicy California orange. Sumo Citrus®
have a bumpy, loose peel and sport a topknot with a perfectly balanced, sweet citrus flavor.
These small, seedless tangerines are easy-to-peel with a super juicy flesh and intense, sweet flavor—perfect for snacking!
Cara Cara Navel Oranges
These oranges—a special varietal of navels—are very low in acid, so their sweet, slightly complex berry-like flavor really comes through. They are typically bright and glossy, with a surprising slight rosy hue to the flesh. Cara Caras were first discovered in the tropics of South America in 1976.
The Raspberry Orange is the most colorful of all the blood oranges with a deep red flesh. Their distinct flavor is slightly sweet with a subtle hint of raspberry.
These unique lemons are easily identifiable by their rind, which has green and off-white stripes. Once they’re cut open, their flesh is beautifully pink with a wonderfully fragrant flavor.
These are just as delicious and bright as your favorite lemons but without the hassle of seeds. Grown from a natural hybrid stock, seedless lemons were initially used by restaurants to save time and reduce waste—now you can too!
With a unique teardrop shape, these tiny snacking mandarins have a thin, edible rind with a sweet-tart flavor. Madarinsquats have a short season during the winter into early spring, so enjoy them while you can!
A unique combination of key lime and kumquat brings you these tasty limequats! They are small in size but they pack a big floral and sweet-tart flavor. Their edible rind and seeds make an easy addition to salads, baked goods or enjoyed as a snack!
These oranges are grown from heirloom navel oranges, but that is where the similarity to the navel oranges ends. Their higher sugar levels lend to a luscious aroma and the ultimate, perfect orange sweetness.
This seedless mandarin has a bumpy, easy-to-peel, aromatic skin with a delicious sweet flavor. They’re named after the gold once found in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountains where they’re grown today.
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