Orange

 

Get a zest for life with this juicy fruit. High in vitamin C and a source of thiamin (vitamin B1), naturally support brain health and boost your mood.

What nutrients in oranges boost mood?
  • Vitamin C
  • Folate (vitamin B9)
  • Fibre
  • Thiamin (vitamin B1)
  • Potassium
  • Polyphenols (antioxidants)

 

*When eaten as part of a healthy varied diet.

How To Store And Prepare

Store
  • Container
  • Fridge
  • Freezer

Top Tip: Eating your oranges within the first few days of buying them? You can store them at room temperature. You can also keep them for up to two weeks in the fridge.

 
Prep
  • Slice
  • Juice
  • Zest
  • Garnish
  • Dried

Top Tip: You can make dried orange slices as a snack or garnish by baking them in the oven until crispy.

When Are They In Season?

Oranges are in season from May to November.

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How Much Should You Eat?

The recommended amount of fruit you should eat is 2 serves per day.

(Source: Australian Dietary Guidelines, 2013)

One orange (150g) counts as 1 serve of fruit.

Did you know?

There are over 600 varieties of oranges around the world.

Nutrition Information Panel

The nutrition facts for one orange peeled raw (150g) are:

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How Much Should You Eat?

The recommended amount of fruit you should eat is 2 serves per day.

(Source: Australian Dietary Guidelines, 2013)

One orange (150g) counts as 1 serve of fruit.

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