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All our fruit from the farm straight to your local supermarket. The farm code tells you which farm produced the fruit you are eating. Just enter the 3- or 5-digit code to find out where your fruit came from and learn about the country and the people who grew and picked it!

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Oranges are wonderfully refreshing, or thirst-quenching when juiced. The taste varies from sharp to very sweet. A thick, bitter rind covers juice-filled flesh segments. Dole Oranges Cut-up Fruit


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Make the most of your fruit! Learn how to select, prep, and store your farm-fresh produce.


How do you pick oranges?

Look for firm, well-formed oranges that are heavy for their size and have a smooth skin surface. The sweet and juicy Valencia is perfect for making freshly squeezed orange juice. The seedless Navel is easy to peel if you want to eat from the hand.


How do you prepare oranges?

Wash oranges before cutting or slicing. Oranges make an easy snack, simply peel and break into sections. You can also incorporate into salads or use zest as a flavor enhancer during cooking. If you intend to make orange juice, store the fruit at room temperature; you’ll need 3 or 4 oranges to fill a wine glass.


How do you store oranges?

Citrus fruits do not ripen after harvest but you can keep them fresh in the refrigerator for several weeks. Dole oranges are picked by hand when they are perfectly ripe and full of juice. They are then transported in temperature-controlled conditions to Europe’s shops.

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