Oranges contain a range of nutrients which encompass more than vitamin C. Oranges contain foliate, antioxidants, fiber, potassium, thiamin calcium and magnesium. It’s estimated that one orange can provide up to 2/3 to all of the daily requirements of Vitamin C.
Oranges are such a versatile fruit tree that this evergreen is widely grown in Florida, Arizona and California. Orange trees can be seen in not only sweet orange groves but also as part of an overall landscaping plan. The hearty bitter range of orange tree has been found in landscaping style.
Being the United States third most popular fruit producing just to apples and bananas is not the oranges only claim to fame. Orange blossoms are pungently sweet and the scent is commonly utilized in colognes, perfumes and soaps.
While buying oranges look for business round oranges which seem heavy for there size.
Some green in oranges may be acceptable. This is only going to strengthen the sweetness of the orange.
After you get your oranges home they can be kept in either the refrigerator or on the counter. Oranges will keep well for up to two weeks. Avoid extra moisture when storing oranges store oranges in plastic bags for this will promote development of mold.