Valencia oranges are considered the best oranges in the world. With our natural ecosystem and environmentally friendly farming practices, the unique flavor of our Valencia oranges is amplified and ready to be enjoyed by consumers worldwide.
Navel oranges grow on evergreen trees and are harvested in the winter. They contain a high level of dietary fiber, vitamin C, thiamin, potassium, vitamin A and calcium.
Similar in taste to Valencia, Baladi oranges are native to Egypt. Baladi oranges have the highest concentration of vitamin C, as much as 116% of daily requirements.
Tangerines are similar to oranges, but although in the citrus family, they’re not the same. Tangerines are also sweet, low in calories, and filled with nutrients. However, they’re smaller, less rounded, and perfect for school lunch or mountain hikes.
Eureka lemons grow on evergreen trees. Its thick skin extends its shelf-life, making them perfect for shipping without fear of bruising. Eureka’s juice is slightly less tart than other lemon varieties. Their peels can be used to make essential oil for the skin or to freshen the home.
Grapefruits are one of the largest citrus fruits, containing a range of essential minerals and antioxidants, including vitamins C and A.
Smaller than other varieties, Mandarins are among the sweetest citrus fruits. They’re children’s favorite because the peels are easy to remove, have few seeds, and are sweet.
The Egyptian mango is one of the world’s most desired and nutritionally rich fruits. Our mangoes are an excellent source of vitamin A, potassium, and other antioxidants that keep the body healthy and protected.
Many decades have gone into perfecting our grapes, resulting in a crop that has become very popular on global markets. Our grapes are harvested between May and September.
One of the staples in diets worldwide, potatoes are an excellent source of vitamins and minerals, such as potassium and vitamin C, especially if cooked with the skin. They contain virtually no fat and contain moderate amounts of fiber and protein.
Sweet potatoes have an almost endless list of dietary benefits. They’re an excellent source of minerals, vitamins, and fiber. In addition, they improve gut health and support the immune system.
The onion is one of the most commonly cultivated species of the Allium. Low in calories, onions are high in minerals, antioxidants, and vitamins. Onions are healthy, whether raw or cooked.
Garlic boosts immunity, improves heart health, provides anti-inflammatory benefits, and can kill food bacteria, such as salmonella and E. coli.