‘Nijumaru,’ a new variety of citrus developed in Saga Prefecture, hits the shelves on Mar. 5. The large, round-shaped citrus was developed over the last twenty years and is remarkably sweet, rich in flavor as it keeps fresh for 1 ~ 2 months in storage. This season, approximately 32 tons will be shipped to the markets in Saga, Fukuoka, Tokyo, and Osaka. Source: Saga Shimbun / NHK / PR times
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