Monique Bienvenue and Joe Berberian Discuss Bee Sweet's Fall Citrus
FOWLER, CA - Looking for an easy snack to perfect the lunchtime trifecta? Look no further than the fall selection of oranges from Bee Sweet Citrus. Both delicious and nutritious, these oranges are ideal for long days at school or work. The company recently reported the availability of its versatile products as we enter the fall season.
"Chilean Navels and Cara Cara oranges are two examples of truly versatile fruit," stated Director of Communications Monique Bienvenue. "Both varieties are fantastic stand-alone snacks, and their flavor profiles are gaining popularity in both sweet and savory dishes. Navels and Cara Caras also act as excellent all-natural sweeteners, making them a phenomenal ingredient for baked goods, marmalades, and more."
And how, you ask, does Bee Sweet acquire these delightful citrus varieties? According to a press release, it’s all thanks to its summer import program, bringing over citrus from other countries and re-checking and re-grading them to ensure they meet Bee Sweet’s standards.
"Right now, consumers can expect an ample supply of Chilean Navels and Cara Cara oranges," stated Sales Representative Joe Berberian. "All of these varieties are healthy and versatile, making them a great option for both children and adults."
Not only are these oranges delightful for snacking, but they can be used in a wide array of recipes to keep things interesting. High in vitamin C and fiber, eating Chilean Navels and Cara Caras can help support one's immunity and digestive system.
"To assist customers with the hustle and bustle of school and work, our team has released several new recipes that utilize both Navels and Cara Caras," added Bienvenue. "Our goal is to show consumers that these varieties are more than just great on-the-go snacks, theyʼre also fantastic ingredients to numerous healthy, delicious recipes."
Take a gander at the Bee Sweet Citrus' recipe database for more inspiring ways to use oranges. As always, please check back with ANUK for the latest news in produce.