£2.99£2.99 per kg
FLAVOUR IS A FRONTIER
Natoora Organic Unwaxed Seville Oranges
- Unwaxed bitter Seville oranges direct from a family farm in Seville, southern Spain.
- Mild winter temperatures in the region allow the trees to build a strong concentration of sugars in the orange¿s flesh, resulting in a balanced, bittersweet flavour.
- Grown without any chemical sprays or fertilisers, these bitter oranges are picked by hand at full maturity.
- Their untreated and unwaxed zest maximises the flavour potential for traditional winter marmalades.
- We work with the third generation of this family business. Headed up by three women, they share our dedication to growing for flavour, not yield.
- Sourced during their natural season of December to February.
Take it further
- Add an extra tone to your marmalade - Campari, ginger or cardamom
Natoora's radical approach to seasonal sourcing is shaping the future of food
- We are revolutionising the food system.
- We work direct with growers who value flavour, biodiversity and heritage over yield.
- We give them the support they need to build a better future for food, rooted in small scale, sustainable agriculture that gives back to our planet.
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Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (15)
Fabulous oranges for making marmalade
Excellent quality oranges. Made a superb batch of marmalade with a beautiful orange glow. Well worth the time spent squeezing and slicing. Delicious!
Rotten on arrival
Bought these to make marmalade with. Boiled up the whole bag only to find when I cut them open that all but one was totally rotten inside. So disappointed.
Delicious, tangy peel, far exceeding the taste of some supermarket offerings which look as though they might have been gathered from the streets of Seville. Noting the confusion of some reviewers, perhaps these should be labelled as 'cooking oranges'?
Way too sour to eat
sour, no flesh, minute
these were the size of a lemon, very thick skin and rind, hardly any flesh and so sour I couldn't eat any of them
Bought 2 bags to make marmalade. Both were under 1kg, 1820g total weight, making quantities tricky