Navelate

 

Season: From mid-January to the end of March.

Originated by spontaneous mutation of Washington Navel, it was detected in Vinaroz (Castellón) in 1948.
The fruit is medium to large and it’s elongated. It has got a thick and consistent drip, with some difficulty to be peeled. Its colour is light orange and the navel is barely visible. The pulp is firm textured, being suitable for making juice, and it has got no seeds. Its quality is extraordinary.

FEATURE 1

Orange that stands out for its oval shape.

FEATURE 2

Excellent orange on your table of great sweetness and delicious eating.