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Tangerine is the fruit of the different citrus species commonly called mandarin.
Its pulp is formed by a considerable number of segments full of juice or juice; which contains a lot of vitamin C, flavonoids and essential oils. It is the citrus more similar to orange, although smaller, more aromatic and easier to peel and eat.
That is why it is usually eaten whole, which takes advantage of all the beneficial compounds that are lost in the juice, such as fiber and hesperidin, which is concentrated in the white membranes and threads of the segments. Mandarin, unlike other citrus fruits, has slightly lower acidity and a higher proportion of simple sugars.
These properties make it considered an easy-to-eat natural treat. Currently, Spain - especially the Levant - is among the largest producers in the world.
The most consumed varieties in our country are clemenvillas and clemenules.
• Clemenvilla, also known as mandarin hybrid nova. Its size is between medium and large. Of a super intense reddish orange color. Originally, this mandarin species has no seeds. However, sometimes you can find some, as a result of cross pollination. With thin, leathery and shiny skin, its tender and tasty pulp, perfect for juice.
• Clemenules, large fruit (80 to 100 g), flattened, deep orange bark and juicy pulp of very good quality. Easy to peel. Virtually seedless. Approximate collection from November to January. They stay well in the tree. • Marisol, of good size and without seeds, has a very aromatic crust that separates quickly from the pulp, which is very easy to peel. It has a very tender pulp that offers abundant and good juice, very sweet that make it as valid to take it as juice as on the table. Its collection is qualified as early.
• Oronules, medium-sized fruit with a slightly flattened shape, very good quality pulp and without seeds. Collection in mid-October.
• Loretina, fruit of intense color, with a slightly rough crust, good taste and seedless, easy to peel. It is one of the earliest varieties ..
• Hernandina, medium fruit (55 to 75 g), slightly flattened, thin, deep orange crust, easy to peel and juicy pulp of good quality. It has no seeds if there is no pollination. It is collected between January and February. Hold the rains well.
• Okitsu, good taste quality. Very early, in some areas its collection begins in September.
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Uric Acid Tangerine holds well at room temperature in a cool place.