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Fruit medium to medium-large, spherical to obovoid; basal end commonly strongly furrowed; navel small and not prominent, but opening not closed; seedless. Color reddish-orange at maturity. Rind medium-thin and smooth. Flesh color deep; texture medium; rather juicy; flavor sweet (less sprightly than Washington). Very early in maturity. In comparison with Washington, the fruit of the Navelina variety averages a little smaller and has a much less prominent navel, the rind is smoother and deeper colored, and maturity is much earlier.

Washington Navel

Fruit large, spherical to obovoid or ellipsoid; base sometimes slightly collared; apex often slightly protruded or broadly nippled; navel medium to large and sometimes protruding navel; seedless. Especially well-colored (deep orange). Rind medium-thick, somewhat tender; surface coarsely pitted and moderately pebbled. Flesh color deep; texture firm; moderately juicy; flavor rich. Fruit holds on tree and stores and ships relatively well. Navel oranges are characterized by the growth of a second fruit at the apex, which protrudes slightly and resembles a human navel. They are primarily grown for human consumption for various reasons: their thicker skin makes them easy to peel. Their widespread distribution and long growing season have made navel oranges very popular.


The Valencia orange is a sweet orange. Its name capitalizes upon the traditional reputation of Valencia, Spain, known for its sweet orange trees, originally from India. Primarily grown for processing and orange juice production, Valencia oranges have seeds, varying in number from zero to seven per fruit. However, its excellent taste and internal color make it desirable for the fresh markets, too. After bloom, it usually carries two crops on the tree, the old and the new. The commercial harvest season in Florida runs from March to June. Worldwide, Valencia oranges are prized as the only variety of orange in season during summer.


Seedless, good flavour, low acid and high TSS. Okitsu Wases are cold hardy and form a compact growing tree. They are the earliest mandarins in the marketplace. Difficult to handle due to its soft characteristics and thin skin.


'Owari' Satsuma. Season of maturity: October to November. Seeds: 0-6, but rarely present. Tree moderately vigorous but slow-growing; medium-small, spreading and drooping; very productive. Fruit of good quality which, because of the firm consistency of the flesh and tough carpellary membrances, is especially suitable for fresh consumption and canning. Fruit is medium to small and shaped like a flattened sphere.


Fruit much like Orlando in size and form, medium-large, oblate to subglobose and without neck; base slightly rounded; apex nearly flat. Rind thin, leathery, moderately adherent but easily peelable; surface slightly pebbled; color deep yellowish-orange at maturity (deeper than Orlando). Segments about 11, easily separable; central axis medium in size and open. Flesh color deep orange; juicy; flavor pleasant. Seeds numerous in mixed plantings, polyembryonic, and with light green cotyledons.


Fremont is an attractive, high quality variety that originated from a Clementine. Fruit medium in size, oblate in form; rind medium-thick and of moderate adherence (easily peelable); surface smooth; color bright reddish-orange. Flesh color deep orange; tender and juicy; flavor rich and sprightly. Seeds moderately numerous, small to medium, and about half of them monoembryonic.




Fruit large, oblong-cylindrical; collared or short-necked; truncate at apex; prominent sharp-pointed conical nipple surrounded by pronounced areolar furrow, commonly deeper on one side; seeds very few. Color yellow at maturity. Rind thin, very smooth, shining; tightly adherent. Segments 8 to 9; axis medium-small and solid. Flesh color greenish-yellow; crisp and juicy; flavor highly acid with slight bitterness. Crop produced mainly in fall and early winter. Interdonato variety, , has been planted solely because of its resistance to mal secco disease.


The Lamas variety is very selective with regard to the environment and thus its cultivation is restricted to an area between Erdemli and Silifke in the west of Provincial Mersin in the Mediterranean Region of Turkey. The medium size fruit body is of cylindrical shape, a round protrusion with a pointed tip identifies the fruit. The rind of the juicy fruit with distinctive taste and aroma is smooth, shiny and yellow. Lamas variety can be stored under suitable conditions for periods as long as nine months.

Star Ruby

The Star Ruby grapefruit is the benchmark standard of grapefruits regarding color, flavor and fragrance. Its rough, globular exterior is yellow-orange with a blush of rose. The peel is bittersweet, substantial and lacking fragrance until it is punctured or zested, when it then releases a bouquet of citrus aromatics. The segmented flesh is aromatically bright, rich ruby in color, laden with juice and its flavor perfectly sweet-tart.

Ruby Red

It's the most produced grapefruit variety of the world. It has a pink flesh and a pink-yellow outer skin averaging 7 mm, seedless or containing a few, aromic, juicy mid-seaso fruit. Can be stored up to 4 months in optimum conditions.

Rio Red

Rio Red is one of the more red-fleshed grapefruits available, with a red blush on its yellow skin. It keeps its red color throughout the growing season. It has a paler red halo in the flesh when cut horizontally. Its flesh is twice as red as the Henderson variety, and Food Network says that it is seven to 10 times redder than its parent, Ruby Red. It has so few seeds that it is considered a seedless variety.

White Marsh

The fruit of the Marsh Grapefruit is more oblong than round. The peel is light yellow and the flesh is almost White and seedless. The taste is not bitter. The fruit can remain on the tree but the flavor weakens the longer it goes unpicked. The fruit ripens in late fall through winter or spring. Marsh White Grapefruit are very sweet and juicy. Great for fresh eating,salads and for delicious, refreshing grapefruit juice.






The Crimson Sweet watermelon (seeded) is light green with dark stripes, averages 3 to 5 kg's with very red flesh, and is very sweet with 10% sugar content while the average watermelon has approximately 6%


Watermelons are packed :
Carton Boxes(18-20 kg): 3-4-5 kg's
Bins: 3-…-5 kg's
EuroBins: 3-…-5 kg's