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    Minneola tangelo

    Bold, tangy flavor.

    In Season

    mid-December — April

    ABOUT

    • A cross between a grapefruit and a tangerine, Minneola tangelos can be identified by the knob-like formation at their stem.
    • Minneolas are exceptionally juicy with a bold, tangy flavor.
    • Minneolas are larger than most mandarins with a deep red-orange exterior.
    • Minneolas are available mid-December through April.

    Nutrition Facts

    Serving Size: 1 minneola (109g)
    Amount Per Serving% Daily Value*
    • Calories70-
    • Total Fat1g1%
    • Saturated Fat0g0%
    • Trans Fat0g0%
    • Cholesterol0mg0%
    • Sodium0mg0%
    • Total Carbohydrate13g5%
    • Dietary Fiber2g7%
    • Total Sugars9g-
    • Includes 0g Added Sugars0%
    • Protein1g-
    • Vitamin D0%
    • Calcium4%
    • Iron0%
    • Potassium4%
    • Vitamin AN/A
    • Vitamin C60%
    • ThiaminN/A
    • Folate80%
    *The % Daily Value (DV) tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.
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    Orlando Tangelo

    Juicy, mild, and sweet.

    In Season

    mid-November — January

    ABOUT

    • Orlando tangelos are a cross between a grapefruit and a tangerine.
    • Orlandos are known for their juicy, mild, and sweet flavor.
    • Orlandos have a slightly flat shape with a pebbled texture, light orange exterior, and close-fitting rind.
    • Orlandos are available mid-November through January.
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    Ojai Pixie tangerine

    Small size, massive sweetness.

    In Season

    mid-March — May

    ABOUT

    • Ojai Pixies are named for the lush Ojai region of Southern California where they’re grown.
    • Ojai Pixies are intensely sweet.
    • Ojai Pixies have pebbly, light orange skin and are seedless and easy to peel.
    • Ojai Pixies are available mid-March through May.

    Nutrition Facts

    Serving Size: 2 tangerines (74g)
    Amount Per Serving% Daily Value*
    • Calories50-
    • Total Fat0g0%
    • Saturated Fat0g0%
    • Trans Fat0g-
    • Cholesterol0mg0%
    • Sodium0mg0%
    • Total Carbohydrate11g4%
    • Dietary Fiber1g4%
    • Total Sugars9g-
    • Includes 0g Added Sugars0%
    • Protein1g-
    • Vitamin D0%
    • Calcium2%
    • Iron0%
    • Potassium4%
    • Vitamin AN/A
    • Vitamin C10%
    • ThiaminN/A
    • FolateN/A
    *The % Daily Value (DV) tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.
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    Fairchild tangerine

    Complex, tart, and spicy.

    In Season

    mid-October — mid-January

    ABOUT

    • Fairchild tangerines are a hybrid of a Clementine mandarin and an Orlando tangelo.
    • Fairchilds have a complex flavor that’s both spicy and tart.
    • Fairchilds have a slightly flat shape, deep orange exterior, and bright orange interior.
    • Fairchilds are available mid-October through mid-January.
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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 and Pink Grapefruit
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 tangerines and tangelos is a stable 37° F.

SIZING INFORMATION

Tangerines and tangelos 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.