Description: Naveline oranges, along with other varieties, are primarily grown in Spain, which is the world's largest orange supplier. This type of oranges is medium or medium-large sized and pear shaped. They have small navels, from which they get their name, and which are actually very small, undeveloped fruits. The red-orange, mostly smooth and thin rind hides flesh that is relatively juicy, sweet, and seedless.
Nutrition: Oranges, including the Naveline, are high in Vitamin C. Health benefits of oranges include strengthening of heart condition and overall of the immune system.
How to use: Naveline oranges are especially good eaten fresh because they are easy to peel and seedless. Besides that, oranges can be used in salads, with crustacea and seafood, desserts, and as a garnish with meat (duck orange). By removing the small membranes of Naveline oranges sections, you will get orange supremes literally melting in the mouth.
How to store: Orange is easy to keep and long enough. You can choose to keep it in the air for a week, or reserve a place in the refrigerator crisper compartment. You can consume it within 10 days as it helped to maintain its hydration and subsequently its juice.