Fruit that got people freak out in Instagram for a reason- SUMO ORANGE

Why are Sumo Oranges in trend?
  • Extremely sweet
  • No mess of peeling
  • No seeds to spit
In short they are a perfect healthy snack for everyone from kids to grandmas to munch on at any time of the day with all ease, comfort and taste.

Adding to hype is their availability. They are in season for very few months from January to April which makes them high in demand, expensive and a fruit star literally.


Japan is home to these seedless sweet variety of mandarin oranges known as Sumo Orange fruit. It was grown for the first time during 1970s by combining the easy-to-peel Japanese mandarin with the big, juicy sweet oranges from California. The name sumo likely comes form the top knot hair style of sumo wrestlers and their huge size.


According to myfitnesspal a large sumo fruit gives you 86 calories of energy comprising 92%carbs and 8% protein.Its 160% of your daily vitamin C intake.

Heres a video showing their ease of peeling in seconds


Due to its popularity and love for the fruit, it has also turned out to be a great GIFT. Heres a amazon link proving that. click here if interested to see the sumo orange giftbox.
Here are some of the insta posts that reassures the title of this post .. :)















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