There are 70+ citrus farming operations in Georgia and an estimated 300 acres committed to citrus year-round, mostly in the southern third of the state.

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Supply to keep up with demand.

While the citrus greening disease devastated Florida’s industry over the past decade, it has not affected Georgia production. In fact, our citrus crop is expected to double in size this year.

What's most a-peel-ing to customers?

People can’t get enough “soft citrus” – seedless, easy-peel oranges. Georgia growers recognized this trend and created two delicious varieties: Satsuma Mandarins and Sweet Georgia Kisses. Pop one (or both) of these exclusives in your cart for a sweet, easy-to-eat treat.

Where to buy fresh citrus near me

Find a local citrus nursery in Georgia.

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