5 Best Fruits to eat this Winter

When you think of cold-weather foods, hearty stews, pot roasts, and root veggies probably come to mind—not fresh produce. But certain fruits actually reach their peak once temperatures dip.Once upon a time, in-season fruits and veggies were the only type you could find at the local market. Today, out-of-season produce is readily available at all of today’s mass supermarkets, often with no indication of where it comes from. As nice as it may be to have such a wide selection year round, you don’t get the same nutritional benefits from out-of-season produce that you do from local, in-season produce.

Best Winter Fruits – 

  • Apple
  • Kumquats
  • Quinces
  • Oranges
  • Tangerines

1. Apple

As one of the most cultivated and consumed fruits in the world, apples are continuously being praised as a “miracle food”. Apple is most valuable and favorite fruit in world. Apple is best in winter session because in apple lots of Vitamin C and Vitamin B. this both vitamin is best for skin,hair and health. in winter session most of people face skin problem and hair problem. so Apple is best fruit to eat in winter session.

2. Kumquats


Kumquats possess either a yellow or orange hue, resembling small, oval oranges with a sweet yet tangy flavor and a hint of bitterness. What sets kumquats apart from citruses, however, is the fact that both the skin and zest are sweet and can be eaten. The rind, flesh and even the pips are edible, although some people prefer to remove them.

Kumquats are said to be native to the southeastern parts of China, although they can be found in the following areas as well:

  • North and South Korea
  • Southern Pakistan
  • Taiwan
  • Middle East
  • Japan
  • U.S., particularly in Florida, Louisiana, Alabama and California

Kumquats are a low-calorie fruit, with 100 grams of fresh kumquats only containing 71 calories. These fruits are rich in nutrients such as:

  • Antioxidant vitamins (A, C and E)
  • B vitamins (thiamin, niacin, pyridoxine, folates and pantothenic acid)
  • Flavonoid antioxidants like carotenes, lutein, zeaxanthin and tannins
  • Minerals like calcium, copper, potassium, manganese, iron, selenium and zinc.

3. Quinces


Quince is basically a fragrant fruit belonging to the Rosaceae family, which also includes apples and pears. It is native to the warm temperate regions of Southwest Asia. Quince is a seasonal fruit and is available from autumn to winter. When ripe, this fruit is golden yellow in color and resembles a pear in shape. It has a fuzzy surface that is similar to that of peaches and a light yellow, gritty flesh with multiple seeds in the center. It has a tart flavor and is seldom eaten raw. It is often baked or frozen to eliminate its acidity. In fact, it is used in traditional recipes in the Middle East and Mediterranean regions where it is stewed with lamb, goat and pork. The Asian quince variety, being softer and juicier, is often used to make preserves and jellies. Sometimes, it is also used to impart tartness to the traditional apple pie.

The fruits taste best when cooked, so add them to long-cooked savory stews or roasts or use them in any dish you might use cooked apples or pears.

4. Oranges


Ever wonder why oranges are a classic Christmas stocking suffer? Not only were they considered a scarce treat at the turn of the century, but legend has it that Saint Nicholas once placed three gold balls in the stockings of a poor family in order to help them make ends meet—and oranges are a more affordable representation of those gilded orbs.

Although the term “Florida oranges” is ubiquitous, most of the fruit we eat actually comes from out West, whereas Florida is the biggest producer of orange juice. Depending on location and variety, the season spans from mid-fall through early spring—get them at farmers’ markets, the supermarket, or your backyard, if you’re so lucky.

5. Tangerines


Tangerines are a specific variant of Mandarin oranges. which are reddish-orange in color. They belong to the family of Rutaceae and are cultivated mainly in the tropical forests of Southeast Asian provinces. Tangerine fruit trees are smaller in size as compared to orange trees, and the fruit has a deep orange color with a flat shape. It can be peeled easily and is a fibrous fruit nutrient-wise.

This all fruits is best in winter session, because we in these fruits various type of Vitamin and all these vitamin is need every person in winter so this fruits are best option in winter session.

Amir Hussain

Amir Hussain is the founder of Freemium World, a geek by nature and a professional Blog writer . I love to write about new technology trends, social media, hacking, blogging and much more.

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