navel orange

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seedless orange enclosing a small secondary fruit at the apex

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To learn more about these less-familiar patterns, the researchers sampled about 5,000 navel oranges over a 2-year period.
Wholesale prices for California navel oranges had increased by about 60 percent within a week of the initial freeze on Jan.
The first Navel oranges should be in the UK by the end of May.
And she gestured toward a bowl filled with enormous navel oranges exuding the pungent fragrance of citrus.
And Sunkist's western-produced navel oranges already face heavy competition from imported Spanish clementines during the winter.
Now, my mother accumulates things: pencils, pens, erasers, staplers, dog biscuits, mustard, marinade sauce, flyswatters, fans, exercise videos in shrinkwrap, eight-packs of paper towel, sixteen-packs of toilet paper, household-tip books, lowfat diet books, anticholesterol books, prescription drug books, holistic remedy books, apple cores, pear cores, orange seeds, dried knobs from navel oranges, coupon booldets, echinacea pills, toothpicks, balled-up stockings, slippers, telephone notepads, eyeglass repair kits, special dustrags.
Increased competition from other fruit, including navel oranges from Southern Hemisphere countries, forced California's Valencia growers to switch to processors instead of marketing to the much more lucrative fresh market.
The forced hot air treatment was approved by the USDA for grapefruit, tangerines, and Valencia oranges in 1998, and for navel oranges in 1999.
However, for those of you who don't mind washing and wiping yourselves down for three quarters of the time it takes to eat half an orange, buy big beautiful Navel oranges.
Some fruits -- especially navel oranges -- make for sweet eating but bitter drinking.
The new 32oz Citrus Zinger Biggie, uses the same active-water-infusing technology as the popular Citrus Zinger but can accommodate larger fruits like navel oranges and sweet grapefruit for added zing.
It s National Conference being held this week is focused on navel oranges, the juice industry and biosecurity.
Oranges drove the citrus category, with navel oranges making up nearly 90% of orange sales.
Own grown savoy cabbage 50p each Large Navel oranges three for pounds 1
With a small, sharp knife, cut ends off 4 navel oranges.