A kumquat isn’t much bigger than a grape, yet this bite-sized fruit fills your mouth with a big burst of sweet-tart citrus flavor. In Chinese, kumquat means “golden orange.
Variety: Nagami & Fukushu
Grown: Brentwood, California
Farm: Frog Hollow Farm
What Are They?
Origins/History:The kumquat plant is native to south Asia and the Asia-Pacific region. The earliest historical reference to kumquats appears in literature of China from the 12th century. They have long been cultivated in India, Japan, Taiwan, the Philippines, and southeast Asia. They were introduced to Europe in 1846 by Robert Fortune, collector for the London Horticultural Society, and shortly thereafter were brought to North America.
Nutritional Value: Good soucre of vitamin C and fiber.
How to cut/peel:No need to peel. See video below!
Serving Suggestions:Can be eaten out of hand, slice thin in salads or made into marmalades.
3lbs = Approx. 40
5lbs = Approx. 70
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