If apples can break free of the bonds of the "same old, same old," why not citrus? The same variety explosion that has helped propel the apple market to new heights in recent years is spilling over into citrus, a similarly positioned staple category that might once have been described as languishing and sorely in need of a shot of Vitamin C. Today, there's little doubt that the category has been reinvigorated, retailers told SN. Specialty citrus such as clementines, blood oranges, pummelos ...

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