Oranges with No Seeds

So this is very random but I was eating an orange today and noticed that there were no seeds in it at all.  Why is that?

Are oranges supposed to have seeds?  Does this say anything about their ripeness or better yet whether they are naturally made or engineered?   Or are they like watermelons where some are seedless?  (although this wasn’t under that heading at the store)

curious if anyone has any thoughts because I’m too lazy to look it up…


One response to “Oranges with No Seeds

  1. I think mankind through science and industry attempts to ‘solve’ problems for consumers. But re-engineering fruit causes other problems like too thick peels, lack of vibrant color, grainy texture. I just want a real orange un-fooled around with–seeds included.

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