Where Did Oranges Originate from?

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Oranges are believed to have originated from Southeast Asia and were also cultivated in China by the year 2500 BC. Orange trees are mostly cultivated in the tropical and also subtropical climates. The fruit is peeled or cut and eaten or processed to extract its orange juice.
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Orange trees grown naturally in tropical climates. The seeds where transported all across America and now some trees grown in northern states as well in special greenhouses.
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Southern China, northeastern India and possibly southeastern Asia are believed to be the regions where the orange tree originated, according to Purdue University's Department of Horticulture
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orange trees originated in china.
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In European tea grading and jargon, I believe "Orange Pekoe" is a fancy way of saying "whole-leaf black tea". I've seen it used mostly for Indian and Sri Lankan
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