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Orange seeds are edible. Though the seeds of citrus fruits, such as oranges, lemons and tangerines, contain small amounts of cyanide compounds, a typical orange’s seeds do not contain enough of the toxin to be harmful.

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Orange seeds can be blended in smoothies, but it is best not to eat them in large quantities. Tangerine seeds are very bitter because they have a higher amount of the cyanide toxin. Though fruit seeds have some fabled medical properties, there is no scientific evidence to support the claim that fruit seeds cure cancer. Many varieties of oranges are seedless, including clementines, navel oranges and satsumas.

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Anyone who swallows orange seeds typically has nothing to fear. In fact, they might even have done themselves some good – provided they have yet to bite into them and tasted the bitterness. The seeds of citrus fruits are said to be rich in fiber, secondary plant compounds and antioxidants.

Biting into a slice of orange could be so wonderful – if the delicious fruit was not hiding any seeds which have to be spat back out. After all, if swallowed, it’s possible that these little troublemakers reach the appendix and cause an inflammation. Or is the fear completely unfounded and is simply a children’s horror story? Fritz Gross, Head of Culinary Excellence of LSG Group in the Asia-Pacific region, explains.

“It can actually happen that an orange pip gets into the gut and inflames the appendix – but the probability is very low, so an accidentally swallowed seed is no cause for concern,” says Gross.

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