NARANJILL ORANGES - From Sucumbios Provinces

naranjill-oranges

What we look for in Sustainable Oranges

Variety/Type Descriptions

Solanum quitoense The round naranjilla fruit grows to 2.5 inches and has a smooth, leathery peel that resembles a small orange when ripe. Until it reaches ripeness, the fruit is covered in thick brown hairs, which gives it a slight resemblance to a kiwi fruit. The hair can then be easily rubbed off when the fruit has properly ripened. The flesh of the naranjilla is light yellow-orange with a large ring of juicy green pulp and small, thin seeds.

Product Availability


*PRODUCT FOR CEIBA ONE CONTAINER PER MONTH ALL YEAR

all-year-availability

Origin of Product

Sucumbios Provinces

Shipping Port

Guayaquil/Manta

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Common Packaging:

Storing and Handling

At Tº. 14°F /-10°C

Shipping Port

Guayaquil*Call for quote at your destination Ordering Specifications Common Packaging: BoxesGrades: Premium Selected


Temperature/humidity recommendations: Store in a dry place