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What is a Tangerine?

By: | Comments Off on What is a Tangerine? | On: September 22, 2013 | Category: Fruit Facts

The tangerine remains a citrus fruit that grocery store consumers have long since been looking at in a curious manner. People will stare at the tangerine and notice that it looks a lot like an orange but know it is not an orange. This does raise the question what exactly... more

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The Different Types of Tangerines

By: | Comments Off on The Different Types of Tangerines | On: September 2, 2013 | Category: Fruit Facts

Tangerines come from the citrus fruit group and have a loose skin that can be easily peeled. The skin is so easy to peel it is like unzipping a zipper on a jacket. The Tangerine fruit also come in separate sections that are easy to peel apart and are absolutely... more

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Tangerines: Finding Your Favorites

By: | Comments Off on Tangerines: Finding Your Favorites | On: July 31, 2013 | Category: Gift Ideas

It probably won’t come as much of a surprise to learn that tangerines are named after Tangiers which was the big producer in ancient history. These luscious little orbs have been enjoyed by people around the globe for centuries and are still an exceptionally popular citrus fruit. Sweet, easy to... more

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Honey Tangerines are Kid Approved Snacks

By: | Comments Off on Honey Tangerines are Kid Approved Snacks | On: July 29, 2013 | Category: Gift Ideas

This winter give your kids snacks that will satisfy sugar cravings and help them stay healthy. There are not too many snacks that parents and kids can agree on, but both parents and kids love honey tangerines. Honey tangerines, which are only available from late January through early April each... more

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Tangerines and Mandarin Oranges

By: | Comments Off on Tangerines and Mandarin Oranges | On: July 26, 2013 | Category: Fruit Facts

The tangerine fruit is also known as the Mandarin orange and when shopping for this fruit the terms Mandarin orange and tangerine are used interchangeably. To be technically correct however; tangerines are actually a sub group of the Mandarin orange, so they are actually two entirely different fruits. The flavor... more

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The 700 Year Old Tangerine

By: | Comments Off on The 700 Year Old Tangerine | On: July 18, 2013 | Category: Fruit Facts

What we call the Satsuma tangerine has been around for over 700 years. Anything that is still being cultivated after that many years just has to have a real appeal to human taste right? And it’s not just Americans who enjoy one of the tangerine’s earliest varieties. Not by a... more

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Tangerines: What’s In A Name

By: | Comments Off on Tangerines: What’s In A Name | On: June 13, 2013 | Category: Fruit Facts

When you hear the name Tangiers you think of an exotic piece of geography from the ancient world, exciting, mysterious and sun drenched. It’s not surprising that the citrus fruit named after that locale, the tangerine, might elicit the same thoughts. There is just something about the name. It rolls... more

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The Little Tangerine Is One of Nature’s Most Versatile Foods

By: | Comments Off on The Little Tangerine Is One of Nature’s Most Versatile Foods | On: April 17, 2013 | Category: Fruit Facts

The orange is known as one of nature’s most perfect foods, and the tangerine, which is a hybrid in the mandarin family of oranges, is one of nature’s juiciest, most sweet-tasting delicacies. Tangerines were first cultivated in China more than 3,000 years ago and didn’t reach Europe or the United... more

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5 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Tangerines

By: | Comments Off on 5 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Tangerines | On: March 22, 2013 | Category: Fruit Facts

5 Things You Probably Didn’t Know about Tangerines One of the most popular hand fruits on Earth, the tangerine is also one of the most enigmatic snacks around. Did you know, for instance, that they were named after Tangier, a port city in Northern Morocco, even though they did come... more

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