COMMERCIAL CITRUS JUICERS
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We have tailor-made solutions for your business and we lead you to grow up together. We think less is more that's why we exclusively dedicated us to two lines of products juice oranges and commercial citrus juicers.
TOP oranges selected for its juiciness & robust and functional PREMIUM commercial citrus juicers. They are made to meet the expectations of real orange juice lovers.
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Introduced in Spain in 1933 from California. Medium size fruit somewhat oval. Very intense orange peel with very characteristic dark green leaves. Called “powder grain” because of a very thin and rough rind. It’s an early variety.
Very large and semi-spherical or slightly elongated fruit. Seedless. The Navel visible from outside provides its name. Its skin is thick and easy to peel. Good quality juicy pulp and appropriate level of acidity.
Belongs to the white common variety. Mostly medium fruit size. Rounded lightly oblate shape. Almost seedless with a slightly rough and medium peel. It makes this variety ideal for squeezing juice due to the juiciness of its pulp.
It is a spontaneous mutation of Washington Navel. Detected in 1948 in a farm of Vinaròs (Castellón). Medium size fruit with elongated shape. Seedless and thin peel. Sweet and pleasant flavor due to a high brix.
A very good productive variety. Roundish and large fruit with a navel not always very visible from outside. Late maturation, the fruit keeps well on tree until late April. Its pulp has good organoleptic qualities.
Originated in Australia. The tree grows well in Mediterranean-type climates. Commercial sized fruit with fine peel. Sweet and pleasant flavor. The juice has a low acid levels due to the lack of limonene. Late harvesting. It’s the last Navel of the season.
Since the late seventies it is the most common late variety. Fruit of large size and orange. It is spherical but somewhat flattened. Virtually seedless. The pulp has a good color and a high juice content. It has a slightly bitter taste. Very appreciated by the industry.