The orange (specifically, the sweet orange) is the fruit of the citrus species Citrus × sinensis in the family Rutaceae. Orange trees are widely grown in tropical and subtropical climates for its sweet fruit, which can be eaten fresh or processed to obtain juice, and for its fragrant peel. Learn more about our products:


Navaline: Navalines Early variety, harvest beginning late October. Excellent quality, few seeds.
Oranges are spherical, slightly oval and medium sized, with small umbilicus and slightly seedless. The flesh is less sweet than the Merlin variety but is more juicy.
Collected from late October to February.


Washington Navel (Merlin): Quality fruit with great strength over the trees.It is the predominant variety (approximately 60%) of the Greek production. Grown mainly in Argolida, Laconia, Chania, Ilia and in Arta perfectures. The fruit is large, spherical with sometimes protruding navel. The flesh is crisp, with a nice aroma and seedless. Has moderate juice yield, being slightly bitter.
Collected from November to March.

• 20 kgr Carton box 60x40x24 loose
• 15 kgr Carton box 60x40x16 layered
• 10 kgr Carton box 50x30x16 or 50x30x15 layered

• Net with label on side: 1kgr, 2kgr, 3kgr
• “Girsek” net with tie label on side 1kgr, 2kgr, 3kgr Sizes: 6-8