ORANGES

CHOOSING/SELECTION

It’s best to avoid oranges that are shrivelled or have mouldy spots or blemishes. Also, as the colour of the skin is affected by different temperatures, the brightest-coloured oranges aren’t necessarily the ripest.

The tastiest oranges are firm and heavy for their size; and have a sweet, fresh fragrance when smelling the skin.

STORAGE

Fresh oranges can be stored at cool room temperatures for 2 to 3 weeks, and refrigerated for 1 to 2 months.

Once peeled, they should be stored in a tightly closed container to keep out moisture and odours.

GETTING
VALUE

Freeze orange zest and water in ice cube trays, then use to flavour drinks or add punch to your daily drinking water.
Sprinkle orange peel over vegetables as an excellent organic slug repellent.
Fleas are known to be repelled by citrus. A freshly squeezed orange can be rubbed onto your pet's fur, with no harm to your pet if it’s licked off, and fresh-smelling fur to boot.

INTERESTING
FACT

The white orange blossom is highly fragrant, making the essence an important component in perfumes. The blossoms themselves also make for lovely cake decorations.

Make some good old marmalade! Great on toast.

Add orange peels to white vinegar for the most fragrant, natural all-purpose household cleaner.
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Hey! I'm Outspan Sam!

Let me take you on a journey with fun videos to learn where our citrus fruit comes from.

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What we have learnt so far:

1.Saplings need a lot of love and care.

2.It takes time and change of seasons for our trees to grow.

3.Only the very best fruit are carefully hand picked.

The fruit are now ready to go around the world and find their way into your home.

Explore our website to learn more about Outspan Citrus.

您好!我是Outspan Sam!

我将通过好玩有趣的影片来让您了解我们的柑橘水果们是如何来的!

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我们已经了解到

1. 树苗需要很多的关爱和呵护;

2. 果树的成长需要时间经历季节的变换;

3. 只有用手小心摘取的果子才是最好的

 

水果们现在已经准备好发往世界各地并到达您家里了。

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Vous découvrirez sur ce site des vidéos amusantessur la façon dont sont produits nos fruits.
Laissez-moi vous guider sur le chemin oú vous découvrirez d'oú viennent nos agrumes.
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Voilá ce que vous avez appris jusqu'ici:

1. ll faut du temps et un changement de saison pour faire pousser nos arbres.

2. Les jeunes arbres ont besoin de beaucoup d'attention et de soins.

3. Seuls les meilleurs fruits sont cueillis délicatement á la main.

 

Les fruits sont maintenant prêts á parcourir le monde pour arriver jusqu' á chez vous.

Consulte notre site internet pour en savoir plus sur les agrumes Outspan.

Hey! Ich bin Outspan Sam!
Auf dieser Website lernst du wie unser Obst produziert wird, mithilfe von lustigen Videos.
Ich begleite dich auf eine Reise, um dir zu zeigen wo unsere Zitrusfrüchte herkommen.
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Was du bis jetzt gelernt hast:

1. Unsere Bäume brauchen zum Wachsen Zeit und einen Jahreszeitenwechsel.

2. Baumsetzlinge brauchen viel Liebe und Fürsorge.

3. Nur die besten Früchte werden sorgfältig von Hand gepflückt.

 

Die Früchte sind nun startklar für ihre Weltreise und finden den Weg zu dir nach Hause.

Schau dich auf unserer Webseite um und lerne Outspan Zitrusfrüchte besser kennen.