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How should I store kumquats?

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Be sure to store them at room temperature for a few days, or in the refrigerator for up to 2 weeks.

From: Health Benefits of Kumquats WebMD Medical Reference

SOURCES:

University of Florida IFAS Extension: “Fortunella spp., Kumquat.”

University of Wisconsin-Madison Master Gardener Program Division of Extension: “Indoor Citrus.”

University of Georgia Extension: “Citrus Fruit for Southern and Coastal Georgia.”

NSW Government Department of Primary Industries: “Citrus in the garden.”

American Association of Cancer Research : “Abstract 1288: The potential of Resveratrol and Nagami kumquat extracts in facilitating DNA repair in Raji cells.”

Food & Function : “Immunostimulatory effect of kumquat (Fortunella crassifolia) and its constituents, β-cryptoxanthin and R-limonene.”

Bioscience, Biotechnology, and Biochemistry : “Effect of kumquat (Fortunella crassifolia) pericarp on natural killer cell activity in vitro and in vivo.”

City of Pearland, Texas Parks & Recreation: “Kumquat.”

Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction: “Kumquat.”

Mayo Clinic: “Vitamin A,” “Vitamin C,” “Dietary fiber: Essential for a healthy diet.”

Cleveland Clinic: “How Does Blood Flow Through Your Body,” “The Best Way You Can Get More Collagen.”

International Cartilage Regeneration & Joint Preservation Society: “What Is Cartilage?”

Produce for Better Health Foundation: “Kumquat.”

CDC: “Fruit and Vegetable Safety.”

U.S. Department of Agriculture: “Basic Report: kumquats, raw.”

Reviewed by Christine Mikstas on August 04, 2019

SOURCES:

University of Florida IFAS Extension: “Fortunella spp., Kumquat.”

University of Wisconsin-Madison Master Gardener Program Division of Extension: “Indoor Citrus.”

University of Georgia Extension: “Citrus Fruit for Southern and Coastal Georgia.”

NSW Government Department of Primary Industries: “Citrus in the garden.”

American Association of Cancer Research : “Abstract 1288: The potential of Resveratrol and Nagami kumquat extracts in facilitating DNA repair in Raji cells.”

Food & Function : “Immunostimulatory effect of kumquat (Fortunella crassifolia) and its constituents, β-cryptoxanthin and R-limonene.”

Bioscience, Biotechnology, and Biochemistry : “Effect of kumquat (Fortunella crassifolia) pericarp on natural killer cell activity in vitro and in vivo.”

City of Pearland, Texas Parks & Recreation: “Kumquat.”

Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction: “Kumquat.”

Mayo Clinic: “Vitamin A,” “Vitamin C,” “Dietary fiber: Essential for a healthy diet.”

Cleveland Clinic: “How Does Blood Flow Through Your Body,” “The Best Way You Can Get More Collagen.”

International Cartilage Regeneration & Joint Preservation Society: “What Is Cartilage?”

Produce for Better Health Foundation: “Kumquat.”

CDC: “Fruit and Vegetable Safety.”

U.S. Department of Agriculture: “Basic Report: kumquats, raw.”

Reviewed by Christine Mikstas on August 04, 2019

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