Orange things are some of the most common things in our lives. From oranges to orange juice, they can be seen all over. But what about other things that are orange? Maybe you’ve never thought about it before, but there are many more than just food and drinks! This list includes everything from paint colors to animal fur colors. It’s time for a complete list of things that are orange!
- orange juice
- pumpkins (orange version)
- peaches (yellow versions)
apricots (pale yellow or greenish white versions) – mangoes (bright, lively colors of reds and yellows) + more! * see the full list below*?
Orange things can be found everywhere and in many different shapes, sizes, tastes, smells, and colors. This is a complete list of everything that’s naturally orange so take your time to browse through it all! Remember to share this article with friends and family members who love learning about new things. Orange color names: Amber Gold Golden Apricot Lemon Squeeze Carrot Juice Pumpkin Pie Tomato Red Tangelo Peach Mango Sunbeam Cranberry Brown Burnt Sienna Rust Papapricots: pale yellow or greenish white colors marking where they were picked too early while reds and yellows show that it’s just right! This fruit is also native to South America so if you’re in a different country, you may have to do some research
carrots: they can grow up to 18 inches long and are often orange due to the pigment named carotene. Carrots come from Europe but now there are many varieties like purple, white, red or yellow!
tangerines: this fruit is actually just an orange variety of mandarin oranges which makes them perfect for eating as snacks since they’re seedless! Not only that but their skin also has a sweet smell and tastes great when juiced. What else is naturally orange? Limes (though not so much), tomatoes (when ripe!), papaya, apricots/peaches/mangoes etc., pumpkins (the flesh is orange when it’s ripe), sweet potatoes, carrots (see above) there are also some things that aren’t naturally orange but can be made into different colours like spinach, cheese and rice. don’t forget about all the other shades of the colour Orange too! They include: red/orange (the most common), pinkish or magenta, peach, yellowy gold etc.
What’s your favourite thing to eat if it’s orange? Share them in a comment below :)
Hi reader! Have you read my latest blog post on The Complete List of Things That Are Orange yet? It has an overview of everything from pumpkins to carots and even includes information on how they’re grown around the world – head over now for more facts! Cheers xx [one last link] The colour ‘Orange’ is all about warmth too. When people think of oranges, they often describe their feelings as happy, uplifted and full of life because oranges are a symbol of the sun. How many things are orange? Well, there’s so much to see and do in this list that I’m not going to go into detail about numbers but if you’re looking for something specific you can always use your search engine :)
There is even an Orange Day! On October 24th every year people around the world celebrate all things orange by wearing it as their favourite colour, or eating oranges – usually both. Who knew they were called ‘Happy’ on Halloween because it was dressed up like an Orange too?!
things that are orange
There is also carotene which makes carrots turn the colour of apples : )
The New Zealanders have been growing citrus fruit since 1882 and California has been growing them since the 1850sthey’re so good for you too! They make your skin healthier and help protect against disease like cancer. If you feel a bit under the weather drinking an orange juice will give you lots of vitamin C which means it’ll get rid of those nasty sniffles in no time :)
There is even some research to suggest that eating oranges may be beneficial for people with type II diabetes because they reduce blood sugar levels after meals – see how versatile citrus fruit can be?