Johansen Ranch
Organic Oranges, Navel 10 lbs
Product code: PR157543NCO
$23.99
for 10lb Bag
Organic Organic Vegan/Dairy Free Vegan/Dairy Free
About the product
Oranges are the single most popular source of Vitamin C in North America. Navel oranges are a sweet or tart and have a thick peel.
This product traveled 1302 km to reach our warehouse.
Features: Organic , Vegan/Dairy Free
General information
Storage Tip: Although you can store oranges at room temperature, they will last longer in the fridge in a plastic bag.

Did you know... Oranges are the third most popular fruit after bananas and apples. Warm oranges produce more juice than cold oranges.

Culinary Compatibility: Oranges are a great addition to almost any smoothies. Orange juice is great for fish marinades. Orange zest are the secret ingredient in many of the best tasting cookies, muffins, sweet breads, and cakes. Oranges go surprisingly well with carrots, turnips and squash.

Health Information: Oranges are a good source of fibre and folate and an excellent source of vitamin C. Oranges are high in antioxidants, which helps prevent cancer (especially stomach cancer). Oranges have pectin and terpenes (a phytochemical), which reduces cholesterol.
About the vendor
Johansen Ranch Johansen Ranch
Orland, CA
In 1909, their Great Grandparents Anton and Bertha Norbye moved from Madison, South Dakota to the warmer climate of Orland, CA with their family of 7 daughters. They were attracted by the abundant supply of water and the longer growing season. Late that same year, they began purchasing the first parcels of land that were to become the 80-acre family farm. Alfalfa was the first crop. Their primary business was a nursery. According to the daughters, each of them was required to graft 500 trees during the winter months, as well as perform their daily household chores.

In 1916, their grandparents, John and Martha Johansen were married. Soon after they acquired the 80 acres from Anton and Bertha, thus forming the current ranch. The land was leveled using a team of horses pulling an old Fresno dirt mover. A combination of dirt and concrete irrigation ditches was constructed. We used these ditches into the late 1970's. John and Martha planted 50 acres of apricots and 20 acres of peaches that were mostly dried. We were still drying apricots in 1964.

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