1. Keep Oranges Dry
Just like lemons, oranges can get spoilt or damaged if not kept correctly because they include a high amount of moisture. Keeping oranges dry when storing them helps to prevent moisture buildup, which can lead to mold and spoilage.
However, the oranges may also spoil more quickly if they are moist. Making sure the oranges are dry before storing them reduces creates a less favorable environment for bacteria and fungi to thrive. This keeps them fresher for extended periods and increases their shelf life. Thus, maintaining oranges' dryness is important to maintaining their quality.