National Geographic : 1950 Apr
© National Geographic Society 452 Kodachrome by Luis Marden Sevilla's Bitter Oranges, Source of Marmalade, Take Southern Sun to England and Scotland Inedible bitter oranges combine with sugar to make Britain's famed bittersweet marmalade. Spain imports most of itsmarmalade from England. Together with olives, olive oil, and cork, oranges form an important Sevillian export. These women wrap and crate the fruit for shipment.