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    Satsuma mandarin

    A warm, tropical flavor and a sweet aroma.

    In Season

    mid-October — January

    ABOUT

    • One Satsuma mandarin provides a full day's supply of Vitamin C.
    • Satsumas have a sweet aroma with a refreshing flavor that is warm and tropical.
    • Satsumas vary in shape from flat to necked and peel and segment easily and are seedless.
    • Satsumas are available mid-October through January.

    Nutrition Facts

    Serving Size: 1 satsuma mandarin (109g)
    Amount Per Serving% Daily Value*
    • Calories50Calories from Fat 0
    • Total Fat0g0%
    • Saturated Fat0g0%
    • Trans Fat0g0%
    • Cholesterol0mg0%
    • Sodium0mg0%
    • Potassium200mg6%
    • Total Carbohydrate11g4%
    • Dietary Fiber2g8%
    • Sugar10g0%
    • Protein1g0%
    • Vitamin A2%
    • Vitamin C110%
    • Calcium4%
    • Iron2%
    • Thiamin6%
    • Riboflavin2%
    • Niacin4%
    • Vitamin B64%
    • Folate8%
    • Panthothenic Acid4%
    • Phosphorus2%
    • Zinc0%
    • Magnesium2%
    • Selenium0%
    • Copper2%
    • Manganese0%
    *Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
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    Clementines & W. Murcott mandarin

    Sweet, juicy treats.

    In Season

    November — April

    ABOUT

    • Two mandarins provide more than the recommended daily value of Vitamin C.
    • Clementines and W. Murcott mandarins are sweet and juicy.
    • Clementines and W. Murcott mandarins are flat-round with a deep orange, smooth glossy skin.
    • Clementines are available November through January; W. Murcott mandarins are available February through April.

    Nutrition Facts

    Serving Size: 2 clementines (148g)
    Amount Per Serving% Daily Value*
    • Calories70Calories from Fat 0
    • Total Fat0g0%
    • Saturated Fat0g0%
    • Trans Fat0g0%
    • Cholesterol0mg0%
    • Sodium1mg<1%
    • Potassium260mg7%
    • Total Carbohydrate18g6%
    • Dietary Fiber3g12%
    • Sugar14g0%
    • Protein1g0%
    • Vitamin A0%
    • Vitamin C120%
    • Calcium4%
    • Iron2%
    • Thiamin9%
    • Riboflavin3%
    • Niacin5%
    • Vitamin B66%
    • Folate9%
    • Panthothenic Acid0%
    • Phosphorus3%
    • Zinc1%
    • Magnesium4%
    • Selenium0%
    • Copper0%
    • Manganese0%
    *Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
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    Royal mandarin

    Robust and spicy-sweet.

    In Season

    January — mid-March

    ABOUT

    • Royal mandarins are a type of Tangor, a cross between a tangerine and an orange.
    • Royal mandarins have a robust, spicy-sweet flavor.
    • Royal mandarins have red-orange, slightly rough skin, some seeds, and are easy to peel.
    • Royal mandarins are available January through mid-March.

    Nutrition Facts

    Serving Size: 1 tangelo (95g)
    Amount Per Serving% Daily Value*
    • Calories50Calories from Fat 0
    • Total Fat0g0%
    • Saturated Fat0g0%
    • Trans Fat0g0%
    • Cholesterol0mg0%
    • Sodium0mg0%
    • Potassium0%
    • Total Carbohydrate11g4%
    • Dietary Fiber1g4%
    • Sugar10g0%
    • Protein1g0%
    • Vitamin A2%
    • Vitamin C110%
    • Calcium4%
    • Iron2%
    *Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
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    Gold Nugget Variety mandarin

    A gold mine of flavor.

    In Season

    mid-March — June

    ABOUT

    • Gold Nugget variety mandarins are named for their beautiful, bright and bumpy rind.
    • Gold Nuggets are considered by professional tasters to be one of the best-tasting citrus varieties.
    • Gold Nuggets have a bright, sparkling orange interior.
    • Gold Nuggets are available mid-March through June.

    Nutrition Facts

    Serving Size: 2 mandarins (126g)
    Amount Per Serving% Daily Value*
    • Calories80Calories from Fat 0
    • Total Fat0g0%
    • Saturated Fat0g0%
    • Trans Fat0g0%
    • Cholesterol0mg0%
    • Sodium0mg<1%
    • Potassium0%
    • Total Carbohydrate18g6%
    • Dietary Fiber2g8%
    • Sugar16g0%
    • Protein1g0%
    • Vitamin A30%
    • Vitamin C30%
    • Calcium0%
    • Iron0%
    *Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
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    Honey mandarin

    Juicy with a tropical flavor.

    In Season

    February — April

    ABOUT

    • The Honey mandarin was previously called a Kinnow mandarin, but was renamed to identify its Honey mandarin parentage.
    • Honey mandarins have an intense aroma and tropical flavor.
    • Honey mandarins have smooth, thin skin and a brilliant orange exterior and interior.
    • Honey mandarins are available February through April.
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Seasonal Availability

VarietyJanFebMarAprMayJunJulAugSeptOctNovDec
oranges
Navel orange
Valencia orange
Cara Cara Navel orange
Blood orange
lemons
Eureka & Lisbon lemon
Meyer lemon
Pink Variegated lemon
limes
Persian lime
Key lime
Finger lime
grapefruit
Red, Pink and White Grapefruit
Pummelo
Melo Gold grapefruit
Oro Blanco grapefruit
tangerines & tangelos
Minneola tangelo
Orlando tangelo
Ojai Pixie tangerine
Fairchild tangerine
mandarins
Satsuma mandarin
Clementines & W. Murcott mandarin
Royal mandarin
Gold Nugget Variety mandarin
Honey mandarin

HANDLING & STORAGE

Before preparation, store citrus in a cool, well-ventilated area. To maintain air circulation, keep cartons off the floor by placing them on pallets or racks. The U.S. Department of Agriculture recommends that produce be rinsed before eating or preparation. Detergent should not be used as it is not labeled for food use.

The best temperature for mandarins is a stable 37° F.

SIZING INFORMATION

Mandarins are packed in sturdy cartons that come in a variety of sizes and case counts. Check with your local distributor as to which size best fits your needs.