What Are Citrus Fruits?

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A citrus fruit is an acidic exotic fruit whose seeds are covered with juicy, bitter fruit segments. All citrus fruits are acidic and some of them include lemon, lime, orange, tangerine, mandarin, grapefruit and minneola amongst others.
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Citrus is a genus of flowering plants that originated in the tropical and sub-tropical regions of Asia. There are a wide variety of citrus fruit cultivars including oranges, lemons, limes, grapefruit, tangerines and pomelos.
Citrus fruits are fruits that belong to the Rutaceae family which are acidic and contain a healthy nutritional content. These fruits include lemons, tangerines, limes, grapefruit, mandarins, clementines and leeches. They are characterised by a rough and bright colour that ranges from yellow to orange.
Citrus fruits include: grapefruits, tangerine, mandarin, tangelos, oranges, ugli, lemons, lime, Satsuma, pummelo, sweety, leech lime, kumquat and clementine. Citrus fruits are acid fruits and are the most detoxifying and excellent types of foods taken.
Citrus is a common term and genus of flowering plants in the rue family, Rutaceae, originating in tropical and subtropical southeast regions of the world.
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