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Lemons

 Lemons
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Nutrition Facts
The Zesty Essence of Good Health

Fresh Sunkist® lemons from California and Arizona are available all year. These two states produce approximately 95 percent of the U.S. crop. Bright yellow, tart and tangy, lemons are a versatile element of today's healthy diet.

The two major varieties of lemons are the Lisbon and the Eureka; they are so similar that even the experts can't always tell them apart!

Juicy Fact

The Meyer lemon, actually a cross between a lemon and possibly an orange or a mandarin, was named for Frank N. Meyer who first discovered it in 1908.

Thin-skinned and slightly less acidic than the Lisbon and Eureka lemons, Meyer lemons require more care when shipping and are not widely grown on a commercial basis.

Lemon Tips

  • A bowl of fresh lemons will add fragrance and color to a room for days.
  • Add a slice or two of fresh lemon to a glass of water. It has visual appeal and makes the water taste and smell better.
  • If you are reducing your sodium or fat intake, try squeezing a wedge of fresh lemon on salads, steamed vegetables, soups and stews. You'll never miss the salt or butter!
  • Roll a room temperature lemon on the counter a few times to maximize the amount of juice.
  • Add the grated zest of fresh lemon to recipes for added intensity in cakes and cookies.

To see even MORE Lemon Tips, check out this page chock full of Lemon Tips for the Home, Kitchen or even for Entertaining!

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