Blood oranges are actually smaller than regular oranges (Navel and Valencia).
Blood oranges are generally thin-skinned with few to no seeds. They are smaller than an average orange, such as a Navel or Valencia. Sliced open, they are bright red to dark maroon in color, hence the name “blood oranges.” This coloration is due to the presence of anthocyanins, a red pigment not normally found in citrus fruits.
Note: The following picture includes other citrus fruits in addition to oranges.
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