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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blood_orange

Blood oranges may have originated in either China or the southern Mediterranean, where they have been grown since ...

bleedingespresso.com/2008/01/all-about-blood-oranges.html

Jan 23, 2008 ... Wondering what blood oranges are, why you should eat them, where they ... You can read more about the history of the blood orange on this ...

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Feb 10, 2007 ... In 1646, a Jesuit scholar wrote of an orange with purple-colored flesh that tasted strangely like a grape. The mystery and drama of blood ...

www.gourmetsleuth.com/articles/detail/blood-oranges

While most citrus history starts in China and Japan, it is ... Today, blood oranges constitute more than three quarters of all ...

www.agmrc.org/commodities-products/fruits/citrus/blood-oranges

The exact origin of blood orange is unknown, however, it is believed that the blood orange originated from either China, or Sicily, Italy (Butelli, et al, 2012).

www.dreamfoods.com/blood-oranges-history

Blood Oranges History. The Blood Orange. Along the slopes of the Mount Etna Volcano, Sicilian farmers began growing sweet oranges over hundreds of years ...

www.specialtyproduce.com/produce/Moro_Blood_Oranges_647.php

Information about Moro Blood Oranges including applications, recipes, ... value, taste, seasons, availability, storage, restaurants, cooking, geography and history.

blood-oranges.com/blood-orange

Blood Orange. The blood orange is a kind of orange with a deep scarlet color on the inside. The skin pigment on the outside is also darker. They usually mature ...

www.citrusvariety.ucr.edu/citrus/moro.html

Moro is the most highly-colored of the blood oranges, owing its distinctive flesh color ... It is of relatively recent origin and is believed to be of Sicilian ancestry.