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10 citrus varieties squeezed by Dan’s Produce owner

Learn about 10 citrus varieties from the enthusiastic owner of Dan’s Produce in California. He slices open and squeezes most of them:

  • Cara Cara oranges – originated in the 1970s
  • Satsuma madarins – easy to peel
  • Fairchild – clementine and orlando varieties, few seeds, with mild but tangy flavor
  • Page Mandarin – Clementine and Minneola Tangelo
  • Blood orange – discovered in Spain in 1920s
  • Florida Honey Tangerine – full of seeds
  • Texas Rio Star Grapefruit and Star Rubies
  • Pumelo – thick skin with sweet interior
  • Minneola Tangelo – cross between grapefruit and a tangerine, springs with a citrus smell, and a mild tang
  • Heirloom Navel Oranges – grown on trees more than 100 years old in California

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