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At Fresh Oranges Home Delivery we sell only oranges and mandarins chosen based on criteria of high quality and optimal moment of ripening. We do not classify the oranges or differentiate those for eating from those for making juice. We send them to you as they are picked from the tree. We only throw out those that are damaged or very small. All of the oranges, big and small, have the same quality and you can use them how you would like.
Calendar of varieties
The classic Clementine, middle-sized and strong orange color. It has a fine pulp with excellent flavor, very juicy and sweet. Its juice is also excellent. Its soft peal is easy to peal, so ideal for children. Like most mandarines, a few seeds can appear in some specimens because of cross-pollination.
Once harvested, it keeps in good condition for about 20 days in a place that is cool, dry, and away from direct sunlight.
It is an early orange belonging to the Navel family- a large orange with an apparent navel. Its skin is slightly rough, and its color varies from yellowish orange to strong orange. It has juicy pulp and excellent flavor, with no seeds, such that it can be served at the table and also used to make juice.
It keeps for 20 to 30 days in a place that is cool, dry, and away from direct sunlight.
Our winter mandarin is the type Clemenville, also known as mandarin Nova. It has smooth and fine skin with a bright orange almost reddish color. Its average size and weight are larger than most of the mandarins. It is usually seedless although they can appear from cross-pollination. Many people consider this a delicacy among mandarins for its excellent flavor, fine tow and high quantity of juice, although it is harder to peal than other mandarins. A wonderful mandarin to serve at the table although it can also be used for juice.
Once harvested, it keeps better and longer than other mandarins, up to 20 or 30 days in a place that is cool, dry, and away from direct sunlight.
Lanelate orange The orange Lanelate is a very round orange with smooth skin that is smaller than other navel orange varieties and has no seeds. As for taste, it is an excellent orange, very sweet and very juicy.
This variety is medium sized and keeps for a long time post-harvest (up to 30 days or more in a cool, dry place).
Ortanique is a late mandarin, having big size and flattened shape. It is very juicy and sweet, having an acid hint. Its peal is tough, making it long lasting once harvested, but also hard to peal using your hands. Like most of the mandarins, a few seeds can appear because of cross-pollination.
It keeps better and longer than other mandarins, up to 25 or 30 days in a cool and dry place, away from direct sunlight.
You can buy these oranges an mandarins in different formats: