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When we think about the transition from winter to spring, a time when more sunshine begins to stick around, we think about citrus. Particularly in late-winter, you will find an abundance of citrus varieties at their peak season like tangerines, grapefruits, clementines, oranges, specialty lemons and limes and many more.

This week, we are excited to feature more new varieties of California citruses like Bergamot Sour Oranges, Seville Oranges, and Sumo Mandarins.

NEW ITEMS

Seville Oranges
Available by 30# case and/or sold by the pound.

 Seville oranges may smell like an orange, but it does not have the traditional orange virtues. Its skin is rough, thick and bumpy deep orange colored peel, making it hard to peel. It is sour, tart and sometime bitter. The thick peel contains fragrant essential oils and its flesh, when ripe is extremely juicy, which makes it an ideal marmalade because of their wonderful strong orange taste.

Bergamot Sour Oranges
Available by 18# case and/or sold by the pound.

 Bergamot sour orangeshave a similar appearance of a lemon and can be mistaken as a larger size lemon in some cases. When cut open, they’re surprisingly juicy and the flavor is much sweeter than a regular lemon. Its flesh is very fragrant, acidic, bitter and tart making it unsuitable for raw eating. A common and popular way is by adding a few slices of bergamot into the Earl Grey tea to enhance the flavor profile. Other commonly used methods are either infusing and baking.

Sumo Mandarins
Available by 18# case. Sold by the case only.

Sumo mandarin is a cross between an orange and a tangerine. Its unique size, shape and look distinguish it from other mandarins. It is a cross between an orange and a tangerine. Sumo mandarin is distinguished by its stem tip neck and bumpy skin that is easy to peel. The entire fruit is seedless and it is extremely sweet and juicy. Gently squeeze the fruit, if it gives a little, it means it is at it optimum taste and ready to eat. It is also one of the exceptionally sweet citrus varieties with very low acid.

 
Please call your VegiWorks’ sales representative for more information.

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