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   Bee Sweet Citrus Welcomes The Arrival Of Satsuma Mandarins
by Bee Sweet Citrus
Posted: Thursday, October 26, 2017 at 9:06AM EDT

FOWLER, Calif., - As Bee Sweet’s domestic season continues to unfold, its sales team is excited to welcome back the arrival of Satsuma Mandarins.

“Our Satsumas have arrived and are eating well,” said Bee Sweet Citrus Director of Sales Joe Berberian. “Not only do they taste great, they’re also extremely healthy and easy to peel.”

Available through the month of November, Bee Sweet’s Satsumas are grown in California’s Central Valley and are often sought out by those who prefer sweet citrus varieties. This season’s crop will be particularly good for Thanksgiving promotions.

“Consumers are a huge fan of Satsumas because they’re great for snacking and can be used for seasonal celebrations like Thanksgiving and Christmas,” continued Berberian. “Its versatility and nutritional benefits make them a hit amongst households everywhere.”

To find out more about Bee Sweet’s domestic season and variety availability, please visit http://www.beesweetcitrus.com/variety-availability/.

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A grower, packer and shipper of California citrus, Bee Sweet Citrus is an emerging leader in today’s agriculture industry. Founded in 1987, Bee Sweet Citrus is a family owned and operated company, and provides over 20 different varieties of citrus to its consumers! Located in the heart of California’s Central Valley, Bee Sweet is focused on innovation, sustainability and customer satisfaction.

Source:  Bee Sweet Citrus


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