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FM Oranges Cara Cara - Suntreat®
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Cara Cara is a medium-size orange with a glossy, textured rind. The inner flesh of the Cara Cara is pink, resembling the color of a ruby grapefruit. The peel clings to the flesh. It tastes sweeter than any given orange with flavors far more comparable to tangerines with robust and complex citrus aromatics. Its flesh is also seedless, an advantage among any fruit. When ripe, the Cara Cara orange's flesh is tender, succulent and extremely juicy.
Cara Cara oranges are available during the winter months into early spring.
Cara Cara oranges are botanically classified as Citrus sinensis, and are also known as Pink Navel or Red Navel oranges. Cara Cara oranges are believed to be a natural mutation found on a Washington navel orange tree. Some speculate that it was a result of a natural cross between the Brazilian Bahia navel and the Washington navel.