CAPE COAST, GHANA, 2003. Ripe oranges sold along the road, which is the nation’s supermarket. Oranges grown and consumed in the tropics ought to be called “Greens”, as they are almost never orange. This is because the fruit only turns orange when night-time temperatures dip below 55 °F, which almost never happens in the tropics.
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