Last Chance to Order Florida Temple Oranges, Honey Tangerines

If you don’t want to miss out on two of Florida’s most outstanding citrus treats, you’d better place your order now. Next week is the final week will be able to ship sweet, juicy Florida Temple oranges and luscious, honey-sweet Florida Honey tangerines. Horticultural cousins, Temple oranges and Honey tangerines are both mandarin/orange hybrids. The combination adds a wonderful mandarin spiciness to a robust classic orange flavor resulting in a unique citrus flavor that has won fans around the world. Unfortunately, these two Florida citrus varieties are only available for a very short time and time is running out!

Sweet, juicy and easy to peel, Florida Temple oranges are Florida’s finest eating orange. Their deep orange skin is easily removed, revealing a richly-scented fruit of superior texture and flavor. Dripping with sweet juice, Florida Temple oranges are a nutritious addition to your breakfast and make a refreshing mid-day treat.

With zipper-like skin and sections that seem to fall apart at your touch, Florida Honey tangerines are perfect for on-the-go snacking. Bright orange skins quickly peel off to reveal deep orange fruit that is bursting with honey-sweet juice.

Florida Temple oranges and Honey tangerines are prized for their delicious juice as well as whole eating. Fresh-squeezed juice can be stored in the refrigerator for 1 to 2 days or frozen for long-term enjoyment. After defrosting, shake well to remix the juice.

Order your Florida Temple oranges and Florida Honey tangerines from today!

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