Citrus

Fruits that grow in warm regions, and have a firm rind and a pulpy flesh.

Citrus plants are typically evergreen trees or shrubs with glossy oval-shaped leaves; many species have thorns. The flowers are usually white with five petals and are very fragrant. The fruits are a type of modified berry known as a hesperidium, and the flesh is divided into segments packed with tiny juice-filled vesicles. The peel, or rind, of the fruits is leathery and studded with oil glands.

Examples of citrus fruits are:
oranges, grapefruits, tangerines, lemons, limes, kumquats, citrons, tengelows, and ugli fruit.

Lemon

Our main variety of lemon (eurka lemon)

Mandarin

Mandarins can be identified be their medium to large size. the naturally grown mandarins are easy peelers and offer a juicy introduction to flavor of the richest variety. they are packaged according to client request.

Valencia Orange

Navel orange

Orange are usually thin-skinned and have a few seeds. They are considered one of the best orange for juicing.
A medium orange has only about 60 calories provides 116% of the daily value of vitamin C, 13% of dietary fiber, 10% folate, 8% thiamin, 7% potassium, 6% vitamin A, and 5% calcium

Lime

Fruit similar to Mexican lime but larger, seedier, darker seed coat when cut

Valencia Orange

Late-season fruit, and therefore a popular variety when navel oranges are out of season, sweet with lots of juice , usu3ally smaller in size than Naval.