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The Fresh Fruit Blog

News and interesting facts on taste and wellbeing


Blood oranges: the natural antioxidant

What people don't always know is that Tarocco oranges, together with Moro and Sanguinello, typically cultivates from central-eastern Sicily, are real natural concentrates of well-being: not only due to their vitamin C, as one might think, but also for their high flavonoid content. Blood oranges and antioxidants, a...


Oranges: When and how to enjoy them during the day

It is a saying that has no scientific validity. However, if it is true that oranges are a panacea for health, it is good to know that there are certain times of the day when it is preferable to consume these fruits, fresh, whole or as a tasty juice, especially...

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Oranges and Christmas, ancient traditions and creative customs

The orange is a fruit that can be used fully in all of its parts: aside from its juicy segments, which can be eaten whole or used for freshly squeezed juices rich in vitamin C, the peel can also be used in many ways, such as in the home. The...

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Blood oranges are not all the same

Tarocco, Sanguinello and Moro varieties When it comes to these citrus fruits, it is not enough to distinguish between blond oranges and blood oranges. In fact, the latter are so called because of the characteristic colour of their pulp, grouped into three main varieties, each with its own distinctive features...

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How to recognise quality fruit: hints and tips

How to recognise quality fruit: hints and tips An eye for colour One of the things that makes fruit irresistible is its colour. Yet sometimes, even though it is one of the first indicators that fruit is indeed of quality, it can be misleading. The colour of the fruit should...

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Thorny and fresh, discovering Prickly Pears

Thorny, colourful and healthy Tough on the outside, with its tough thorns, but soft and sweet on the inside, the Prickly Pear is certainly an original fruit that offers variety, taste and benefits. The Prickly pear is the fruit of Opuntia, a family of plants belonging to the Cactaceae family...

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Albedo, the white part of citrus fruits

An ally for our well-being You may know that the white part of citrus fruits, that slightly spongy layer under the peel, is discarded because of its bitter taste. When making desserts and jams, as well as liqueurs, such as the famous limoncello, for example, it is always advisable...

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Orange peel, how to use it at home and in the kitchen

Orange peels, 3 ideas for how to use them in the kitchen When you think of orange peels and fruit in general, you always think of a waste element. Instead, they can become valuable ingredients to be used in the kitchen. The important thing, however, is to choose untreated orange...

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Coscia Pears, a fruit for all ages

The small Pera Coscia, a delicacy that grows on the slopes of Etna and marks the beginning of the summer season, is a fresh, thirst-quenching fruit that is also practical to eat outside the home thanks to its natural “pocket” size. The pear to hydrate both young and old...


The Tarocco orange, the orange of Etna

Blood oranges, a nutrient-rich variety Everyone knows that oranges, and citrus fruits in general, are rich in vitamin C and that they are a panacea for our bodies, especially during the winter, to improve our immune systems and protect us from colds and flu. However, not everyone knows that...

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Flat peaches, why they are called that

Flat Peaches, an original name These unusually shaped peaches with their light, sweet and juicy pulp are called “Flat Peaches”. At first glance, they are surprising because of their slightly flattened shape, with a small dip in the centre, reminiscent of snuff boxes, which are small containers used to store...

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Ladybirds, our allies in biological control

Inside each of our oranges, in the flavour of the delicate pulp found in our Doughnut Peaches and Coscia Pears, and in the colour of our Prickly Pears, we take care of our land and adopt solutions that aim to respect nature, which, here on the slopes of Etna, is...

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Tarocco Blood Orange

Etna’s precious jewel

Moro Blood Orange

Plenty of juice and taste for any time of the day

Blond Orange

An ally to your figure and well-being


Pocket-sized vitamins

Flat peach

Unique in shape and taste


Lovely to touch, tasty to bite


A fleshy, peach-like fruit

Coscia Pear

A fruit that is good for your teeth and your figure

Prickly Pear

The ‘thorny’ fruit with a fresh and sweet heart

Sanguinello Blood Orange

Rich in antioxidants

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