Oranges are large citrus fruits with rough skin and considerable thickness. Its pulp has large slices, generous in juice, but also in insoluble fibre.
Navelinas are, perhaps, the most marketed table variety today. They are characterized by their early harvest, as they are collected from the beginning of October.
Orange is the most consumed fruit in Spanish households, according to the Spanish Federation of Associations of Exporters of Fruit, Vegetables, Flowers and Live Plants (FEPEX). Likewise, Spain is the largest European producer and fifth in the world, behind Brazil, United States, India and China, according to FAO data.