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  • Aussie Oranges are packed full of vitamin C and folate, a power-pairing to bolster your body’s immune defences.
  • Aussie Oranges are a source of gut-loving fibre. They have insoluble fibres to keep your digestive system moving, and soluble prebiotic fibres, to support the growth of good gut bacteria.

  • Oranges contain antioxidants. They are the richest dietary source of unique citrus flavanones, called hesperidin and naringenin.
Citrus is known for its stellar levels of vitamin C and oranges have the highest vitamin C levels in the family. Vitamin C is essential for supporting the growth and repair of tissues, which makes it important in so many health conditions, including immune health.
Oranges are a good source of folate, important for repairing and creating new cells, immune system function and the reduction of tiredness and fatigue. Folate contributes to normal growth and development (in children) and is important during pregnancy.
Oranges are a source of antioxidants and contain important flavones unique to citrus fruits. In fact, they are the richest dietary source of the flavanones hesperidin and naringenin in the Australian diet.
Oranges have a unique balance of soluble and insoluble dietary fibres to support gut health.
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for health professionals

The Oranges Nutrition and Wellness Report has been developed by Nutrition Research Australia. It examines more than 50 research articles representing 20 years of research on oranges. 

Orange Health Report

Nutrition Information Panel

Avg. QTY Per Serve%DI*Avg. QTY Per 100g
Total Fat0g0%0g
Saturated Fat0g0%0g
Total Carbohydrates12.6g4%8.4g
Dietary Fibre3.2g11%2.1g
Vitamin C71mg179%48mg
Total polyphenols~104mgN/A69mg
(in Blood orange only)
Beta carotene eq39µgN/A26µg
Glycemic Index (GI)^42 (low) (avg. of 6)
Glycemic Load5g (low)

Sources: Analytical data 2021, Horticulture Innovation
~ Measured as Gallic Acid Equivalents (GAE)
* Based on an average adult diet of 8700 kJ
+ Cebadera-Miranda L et al. Food Chem 2019