TANGO MANDARIN

TANGO is a new selection of mandarin that is truly seedless and easy to peel. The trees are sterile, so even if bees pollinate their flowers, seeds do not develop. Added to this, the unique flavour, attractive deep-orange colour and high juice content set them apart from competitors. “It‘s probably the best piece of fruit that’s come along for years for citrus growers,”said Ted Batkin, president of the California Citrus Research Board. TANGO is a mid-late season fruit that matures during the period from late June to August in the Southern hemisphere.

VALENCIA ORANGES

Juicy, sweet and well-known for their high concentration of Vitamin C, valencia oranges are well known for their exceptional juice. Valencias, also sometimes called summer oranges have smooth, thin, easy-to-peel rinds and contain very few pips. The colour of the flesh is bright orange, yielding a deep-orange colored juice of rich flavour and aroma. The production season of Valencia oranges is between May and September in the Southern hemisphere.

STAR RUBY GRAPEFRUIT

The Star Ruby grapefruit is prized for its beautiful deep red pulp and juice colour and wonderful sweet-tart flavour. The smooth yellow skin has a distinct pink-red blush and conceals an intense, deep red and refreshing flesh which is almost invariably seedless. Grapefruit is an excellent source of antioxidant Vitamin C and has as positive influence on cholesterol levels. Harvest is between April and July.

LEMONS

Juicy, acidic, yet flavourful, lemon is one of the most widely used and versatile citrus fruits worldwide. The health benefits of lemon juice have been known for centuries and it contains high levels of Vitamin C. Although the juicy yellow flesh is generally a little too sour to eat on its own, its citrus fragrance and tartness wonderfully combine with all manner of ingredients, drinks and dishes. Lemon juice, rind and zest are used in a variety of foods and drinks; a true kitchen essential! The production season of lemons in South Africa is between February and July steadily climbing to it’s peak. FruitOne predominantly grows the Eureka and Lemoneira varietals.

LIMES

This incredible citrus fruit may seem pretty ordinary, but it’s actually a powerhouse of nutrition, bursting with both vitamin C and antioxidants. Limes are bright green and used widely for it juice and as a core ingredient in cooking.

MARSH GRAPEFRUIT

Marsh grapefruit is a tropical citrus fruit known for its sweet and somewhat sour taste. It’s rich in nutrients, antioxidants and fibre, making it one of the healthiest citrus fruits you can eat. Marsh is an almost seedless fruit, large in size with a straw coloured flesh and a high juice content.