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Citrus

citrus

Citrus is a broad category of fruits that includes various species and hybrids, such as oranges, lemons, grapefruits, limes, tangerines, and others. These are typically categorized based on variety, size, color, shape, sweetness, acidity, and other quality attributes.

Citrus fruits are grown in many parts of the world, with major producing regions including the Mediterranean, the Americas, and Asia, and it’s a fruit category known for its pulpy, juicy flesh and acidic flavor.

Navel Oranges

Navel oranges

Navel oranges are a type of citrus known for their sweet flavor and easy-to-peel skin, and its flesh is sweet and juicy with few seeds. They are typically in season from November to April in the Northern Hemisphere and from May to October in the Southern Hemisphere. Some of the major producers of navel oranges include the United States, Spain, Italy, and Australia.

Valencia Oranges

Valencia oranges

Valencia oranges, on the other hand, are known for their tart and tangy flavor, often used for juicing. They are typically in season from March to September in the Northern Hemisphere and from October to February in the Southern Hemisphere. Some of the major producers of Valencia oranges include the United States, Spain, Egypt, and South Africa.

Grapefruit

Grapefruits

Grapefruits are a larger type of citrus fruit that are known for their slightly bitter taste. They are typically in season from November to June in the Northern Hemisphere and from July to October in the Southern Hemisphere. Some of the major producers of grapefruits include the United States, South Africa, and Israel.

Mandarin

Mandarins

Mandarins are a type of small, sweet citrus fruit that is easy to peel. They come in many varieties, including clementines, tangerines, and satsumas. Mandarins are in season from November to April in the Northern Hemisphere and from May to October in the Southern Hemisphere.

Lemon

Lemons

Lemons are a small and sour type of citrus fruit that is commonly used in cooking and baking. They are typically in season year-round in many parts of the world, with peak availability in the winter months. However, some varieties of lemons, such as Meyer lemons, have a shorter season from December through May. Some of the major producers of lemons include the United States, Mexico, Italy, and Spain.

Seasonality

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South Africa
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Egypt
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Turkey
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Morocco
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Israel
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Spain
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Argentina

*Production may very depending on weather and crop conditions

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