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Jaffa

A popular British term for a sterile male. The name derives from Jaffa oranges which are popularly regarded as seedless.
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By working in conjunction with selected growers in South Africa, Jaffa oranges and grapefruits, traditionally a seasonal fruit, will now be available in the UK all year round.
Other premium brands include Chambord (black raspberries), Framboise (raspberries), Sabra (Jaffa oranges and chocolate), Limoncello (lemons) and Cherry Heering (cherry brandy).
Does he really think peace in the Middle East can be achieved if he and a few others stop eating Jaffa oranges?
Jaffa oranges (1kg), 99p; Traditional sausages (454g), 79p; HP sauce (454g), 79p.
We chose the orange because the Palestinians are known to the world for Jaffa oranges and when they came over to Lebanon, the Palestinians planted the big orchards of citrus fruits ...