FAQs

Here are some questions that consumers ask us...

Thank you for your interest in Sunkist produce and products. We are concerned with the quality associated with any product bearing the Sunkist trademark and welcome your comments. The following are answers to some of the most frequent requests we receive for information. If your question isn't answered below, please send us an email and we'll do our best to provide a prompt response.

  1. Why are there sometimes seeds in the Navel orange?
  2. Where can I buy another citrus peeler?
  3. Where can I find Sunkist Fruit Roll Ups?
  4. Where can I find the Vitamin C?
  5. Where can I find Sunkist Diet Lemonade?
  6. How do I remove a stain made from Sunkist Orange Soda?
  7. Where can I find Sweet and Sour Mix?
  8. I have a complaint about your tuna.
  9. Where can I find your prunes?
  10. Where can I find your raisins?
  11. Is there caffeine in the Sunkist Orange Soda?
  12. Where can I find the Sunkist Fruit Gems?
  13. Why is the Moro Orange purple inside?

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1. Why are there sometimes seeds in the Navel orange?
Since Navel orange trees originated from trees which produced seeded fruit, sometimes there is an occasional seed in an orange that is supposed to be seedless. This is a quirk of nature that we can't control.

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2. Where can I buy another citrus peeler?
To purchase a Sunkist Citrus Peeler, click here.

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3. Where can I find Sunkist Fruit Roll Ups?
Sunkist Fruit Roll Ups, a licensed product manufactured and marketed by Paramount Farms, were discontinued in 2002, and are no longer available.

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4. Where can I find the Vitamin C?
Sunkist Vitamins are manufactured and marketed by WN Pharmaceuticals and we license the Sunkist name to them. You can contact them at (800) 430-7898 or at www.wnpharmaceuticals.com.

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5. Where can I find Sunkist Diet Lemonade?
Sunkist Diet Lemonade is a licensed product manufactured and marketed by Cadbury Schweppes. To find retailers that sell Sunkist soda products, contact Cadbury Schweppes at (800) 696-5891, or on the web at www.sunkistsoda.com.

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6. How do I remove a stain made from Sunkist Orange Soda?
Sunkist Orange Soda is a licensed product manufactured and marketed by Cadbury Schweppes. They may be able to assist you. Contact them at (800) 696-5891, or on the web at www.sunkistsoda.com.

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7. Where can I find Sweet and Sour Mix?
Sunkist Sweet and Sour Mix is a licensed product manufactured and marketed by Vitality Foodservice. You can contact them at www.vitalityfoodservice.com or at (888) 863-6726.

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8. I have a complaint about your tuna.
Sunkist does not market tuna. Perhaps you're referring to Starkist. You can direct your comment to them at www.starkist.com.

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9. Where can I find your prunes?
Sunkist does not market prunes. Perhaps you're referring to SunSweet.
You can contact them at www.sunsweet.com.

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10. Where can I find your raisins?
Sunkist does not market raisins. Perhaps you're referring to SunMaid. You can contact them at www.sunmaid.com.

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11. Is there caffeine in the Sunkist Orange Soda?
Yes.

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12. Where can I find the Sunkist Fruit Gems?
Sunkist Fruit Gems is a licensed product manufactured and marketed by Jelly Belly Candy Company.  They can help you find retailers that sell this product.  Contact them at (800) 522-3267, or on the web at www.JellyBelly.com.

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13. Why is the Moro Orange purple inside?
The Moro Orange is sometimes called the "blood orange" because of its deep burgundy-colored flesh. It has been a favorite in Europe and North Africa for years. Italian and Spanish immigrants brought the fruit to America in the 1930s, but it is only recently that the fruit has flourished in western U.S. growing regions. The Moro variety is by far the most popular blood orange variety and it colors and thrives best in California's sunny valleys. Like all Sunkist citrus, you will notice that the variety is indicated just above our name on the fruit sticker so that you know exactly what variety of citrus you are purchasing.

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