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Most American oranges are produced in Florida and California.  Florida oranges are juicier, and better suited to squeezing, while California oranges segment more easily and are better for eating out of hand... More »

Orange (fruit) - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

An orange is a type of citrus fruit which people often eat. Oranges are a very good source of vitamins, especially vitamin C. Orange juice is an important part of ...

Orange fruit nutrition facts and health benefits - Nutrition and You

Nutrients in orange fruit are plentiful and diverse. Orange is low in calories, contains no saturated fats or cholesterol, but rich in vital anti-oxidants, vitamins, ...

Oranges - The World's Healthiest Foods

Oranges are round citrus fruits with finely-textured skins that are, of course, orange in color just like their pulpy flesh; the skin can vary in thickness from very thin ...
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Oranges: Health Benefits, Risks & Nutrition Facts - LiveScience

Sep 30, 2014 ... Oranges and clementines — the juicy citrus fruits that are in season during wintertime — are vitamin goldmines. They contain vitamin C and the ...

Nutrition Facts and Analysis for Oranges, raw, all commercial varieties

The good: This food is very low in Saturated Fat, Cholesterol and Sodium. It is also a good source of Thiamin, Folate and Potassium, and a very good source of  ...

13 Health Benefits of Oranges | Care2 Healthy Living

Jun 5, 2013 ... Next page: Orange nutrition, interesting facts and recipes. Nutritional ... Did you know that the color orange came from the orange fruit?

Fun Orange Facts for Kids - Interesting Information about Oranges

Feb 6, 2015 ... Fun Orange Facts for Kids - Interesting Information about Oranges ... The orange is a citrus fruit and is a hybrid of the pomelo and mandarin.

Fact of the day – Oranges - Top Food Facts

Feb 26, 2013 ... Oranges are juicy sour-sweet delicious citrus fruits. They have a brightly colored outer rind covering the soft, juicy, pulpy fruit. They belong to a ...

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Q: Fruit Facts: Oranges.
A: The semitropical orange tree reaches an average height of 25 feet, with older trees sometimes reaching 50 feet. The orange tree bears white, fragrant blossoms a... Read More »
Q: How to Store an Orange Fruit.
A: 1. Place the oranges in a bowl. Set them on the top shelf of the refrigerator so debris and spills from other stored foods won't land in the storage bowl. Store... Read More »
Q: What is the size of an orange fruit?
A: Oranges come in a variety of sizes. I would estimate that an average size would be a diameter of two and a half inches. Read More »
Q: What is the shape of orange fruit?
A: round. Read More »
Q: How to Make Orange Blossom Water Fruit Salad
A: 1 Peel the oranges and cut them into quarters. Ad 2 Wash the strawberries and apples. Cut them into pieces. 3 Peel the kiwifruit and cut it into pieces. 4 Peel ... Read More »