A early to mid-season, pink fleshed navel orange variety with hints of raspberry or cranberry. Cara Cara is a budwood mutation of a washington navel orange. Its pink flesh is due to the lycopene, a carotenoid (related to beta carotene). Infrequently but occasionally, this variety will produce variegated leafs. If left to grow, the fruit produced on such branches will also be variegated.