Common Sweet Oranges


2 pieces

Citrus scientists classify these as common sweet oranges because they don't have unusual features like a navel or red flesh, and are sweeter compared to sour oranges, which historically have been considered another species (Citrus aurantium). Use for fresh juice; eat as a snack; toss in a salad. Grown in Florida

Store on the counter until desired ripeness, usually one week, then store in the fridge for up to two weeks.