Best Quality Valencia Oranges Supplier, Exporter, Originating from Europe, Africa, Asia, America, etc.

Our Valencia Oranges are of the Best Quality, Fresh, Farm to Client channelized, Hygienically Packed, Grown by Advanced Agriculture Techniques, Full of Nutritions, Complying to the Certification Bodies and accompanied by many more characteristics. This makes A-1 OVERSEAS one of the leading suppliers, exporter of Fresh Fruits-Vegetables.

Which Countries in the World grow/produce Valencia Oranges in larger quantities?

  • Spain

  • Egypt

  • Morocco

  • USA

  • Canada

  • Mexico

  • Italy

  • South Africa

  • Argentina

  • Brazil

  • etc.

Which types of packaging A-1 OVERSEAS can provide for supplying Valencia Oranges?

  • Packaging for each fruit- Each Orange wrapped with Tissues and Label Sticker on top Layer.

  • Standard Open Top Cartons

    • Net Weight 15 kg / Gross Weight 16 kg

    • Net Weight 8 kg / Gross Weight 8.775 kg

    • Telescopic Carton 15 KG N.W.-16 KG G.W.

    • Open Top Carton 15 KG N.W . – 16 KG G.W.

  • Arab carton pack

  • Telescopic / Open Top Carton 8 KG G.W

  • Pallets - 80 Cartons / Pallet, 20 Pallet / 40 FT container

What are the sizes of Valencia Oranges that A-1 OVERSEAS can supply?

  • Sizes available: 48, 56, 64, 72, 80, 88, 100, 105, 113, 125

What are the Shipping Terms that A-1 OVERSEAS can work for supplying Valencia Oranges?

  • CIF

  • FOB

  • FOR

  • CPT

What inspection or quality test reports that A-1 OVERSEAS can provide for supplying Valencia Oranges?

  • SGS and similar as per demad

What are the Payment Terms that A-1 OVERSEAS can work for supplying Valencia Oranges?

  • Irrevocable, confirmed LC (MT700, MT760) from top 50 banks in the world

  • TT (mostly preferred)

  • LC & TT

What is Citrus? What are Citrus Fruits?

Citrus is a category (genus) of flowering trees and shrubs in the rue family, Rutaceae. Plants of this genus produce citrus fruits, including important crops such as oranges, lemons, grapefruits, pomelos, and limes.

Valencia Oranges are also known as the Summer Oranges. Valencia oranges are a late-season variety that are the only oranges to ripen in the summer. 

At present, there are at least fifty different known sub-varieties and hybrids of the original Valencia orange in existence.

Valencia orange is often regarded as one of the most popular varieties in the world. 

Citrus fruits are one of the most popular fruits in the world. They represent an important part of our daily diet not only because of the good taste, but also because of their high nutritional values and health benefits.

They are favored all over the world by chefs and home cooks for their sweet-tart flavor and juice.  Although Valencia Oranges contain a few seeds, they are the perfect juicing orange because they are juicier than other oranges. Furthermore, the juice of these oranges is invigorating, brightly colored, has a well-balanced sweet-tart flavor that will help you beat the heat of summer.

What is Valencia Orange? Why it's called Valencia Oranges?

The Valencia orange is named for the city of Valencia in Spain, although its actual origins are unknown. The Valencia orange was named for a supposed similarity in looks to an old Spanish variety. Valued for their high juice content and availability outside of the typical citrus season, Valencia oranges are usually thin-skinned and have a few seeds. They are considered one of the best oranges for juicing.

Valencia oranges were named after the city of Valencia in Spain. Also known as “The Orchard of Spain,” Valencia’s coastline is covered in orange trees, and the orange is regarded as a symbol of the city.

What are the physical Properties of Valencia Oranges?

Size- Medium to Large (averaging 7-10 centimeters in diameter)

Shape - Round to oval in shape

Peel/Rind -

It's thin,

Golden-Orange in Color,

The Texture is rough, leathery due to many prominent oil glands

The prominent oil glands containing fragrant essential oils give such texture.


It's found underneath the surface of the rind,

The pith is white, spongy pith

It clings tightly to the flesh making the fruit somewhat difficult to peel.


It's yellow-orange in color.

It's tender, extremely juicy,

The flesh contains 1-6 cream-colored seeds, and is divided into 10-12 segments by thin membranes.

Taste Profile- They have a balanced, sweet-tart flavor.

Physical properties of Valencia orange fruit-A-1 OVERSEAS.pdf

Physical properties of Valencia Orange Fruit

What are the Chemical, Nutritional Properties of Valencia Oranges?

  • Valencia oranges are an excellent source of vitamin C, fiber, and folate.

  • They also contain antioxidants that help boost immunity.

  • A Valencia Orange has at an approx level about 60 calories and provides 116% of the daily value of vitamin C; 13% of dietary fiber; 10% folate; 8% thiamin; 7% potassium; 6% vitamin A; and 5% calcium. This makes them a great snack for any time of day.

  • A Valencia orange offers more fiber than any other fruit, plus provides carbohydrates, calcium, iron, vitamin A and potassium.

  • This orange contains about 70 calories.

Check below the Nutrition Facts for California Valencia Oranges

Are Green Colored Valencia Oranges perfectly ripe?

  • Valencia oranges sometimes endure a natural process called "regreening" in late spring and summer and

  • it occurs when the fruit is left on the tree during the summer months.

  • So Valencia Oranges go through a regreening process, which is when the fruit reabsorbs chlorophyll giving it hues of green even though the fruit is fully ripe.

  • In this process, warm temperature causes a pigment called chlorophyll to return to the orange's skin which causes the greenish tint.

  • Regreening does not affect the flavor of the orange.

  • The color of skin has no effect on the sweetness or quality of the orange.

  • And hence when ripe, Valencia oranges have a balanced, sweet-tart flavor.

  • That's why the world's most important commercial variety, Valencia oranges are often called summer oranges.

So, don’t be deterred if you see a tinge of green on Valencia oranges—it doesn’t mean that the fruit is unripe.

Applications of Valencia Oranges-

  • Juicing - Valencia orange's nearly seedless pulp makes it ideal for juicing. Similarly, they are used in syrups, cocktails, smoothies, or marinades. The juice can be used for marinades, syrups, vinaigrettes, cocktails, custards, or to flavor sauces for cooked meat dishes.

  • Segmentation-Pair Valencia oranges are segmented with olives, mint, feta, onions, rice, chiles, melons, root vegetables, poultry, seafood, pastries, and baked goods. The segments can also be dipped in chocolate, or the rind can be candied and served as a sweet, tangy treat.

  • Zest -Used as zest and juice to compliment butter, creams, honey, custards and vinaigrette. Valencia oranges will keep up to two weeks in the refrigerator.

  • Use of Flesh as Raw- When used raw, the flesh can be segmented and served drizzled in honey and bee pollen tossed into green salads, grain bowls, fruit bowls, or garnished over fish.

  • Cooked applications-Valencia oranges are also used in raw or cooked applications.

  • Valencia oranges pair well with broccoli, fennel, feta cheese, gorgonzola cheese, asparagus, snap peas, brussels sprouts, black tea, ginger, cardamom, thyme, cranberries, apples, roasted beets, olives, pistachios, and pecans. The fruit will keep 2-3 weeks when stored in the refrigerator.