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Chinese Tree-ripened 'Sugar Jelly Orange' At Bestco - This Is No Ordinary Tasting Orange!

Charles Yu | Mar 7, 202111:46 AM     16

I first came across this delightful tasting orange at First Markham Place's ' Freshway Food Mart ' two weeks ago. Being my first encounter with this varietal and at $2.99 a pound ( probably most expensive priced orange I've seen? ), I decided to buy one, just to give it a try.

The verdict?! OMG Gooood! Ultra-juicy, super-sweet, packed full of citrus-y flavor with extremely low to zero acidic tang.

Today, whilst shopping at Scarborough's ' Bestco ', I came across this gem again. This time, on sale for only $1.99 a pound! Without hesitation....I loaded up on them!!.... Sorry Sunkist California Navel orange!... time to move on!

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