Oranges – Seville/Marmalade


Seville oranges are famously used for orange marmalade, which is a preserve made from the orange’s peel and juice, boiled with water and sugar until the fruit becomes broken down into a thick, soft consistency.

Seville oranges are available in the winter through early spring.

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Seville oranges, botanically classified as Citrus aurantium, are a bitter or sour variety that grows on evergreen trees and is a member of the Rutaceae or citrus family. A cross between a pomelo and a mandarin, Seville oranges earned their name from Seville, Spain, where they were introduced from Asia during the 12th century and became a symbol for the city.

500g approx 3 large oranges.

Spanish produce


500g, 1kg, 1.5kg, 2kg

Local Delivery Options

We are based in Penarth, and deliver our boxes using our own drivers and vans.

Delivery to Cardiff, Barry and Wenvoe postcodes requires a minimum spend of £20. Orders placed before 5pm will be able to request next-day delivery, depending on availability.

Penarth, Cogan, Llandough, Dinas Powys, Sully: Monday – Saturday
Wenvoe: Wednesday only
Barry and Cardiff: Wednesday or Thursday

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