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It appears that oranges aren't just a great source of vitamin C but also controversy.

After Twitter user Nathalie Gordon posted a photo of pre-peeled oranges for sale at a California Whole Foods store, many took to social media to ridicule the company.

They pointed out that placing the fruit in bulky, individual plastic containers - and selling them for $5.99 a pound - is hardly efficient or eco-friendly.

Whole Foods tweeted an apology on Thursday, saying the product has been pulled from the shelves and they will sell the fruit in its "natural packaging":

But it seems that Whole Foods just can’t win, as many others later complained that the pre-peeled oranges are helpful for customers who struggle with conditions such as arthritis.

Let us know what you think about #OrangeGate in the comments.


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