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A clementine is a hybrid between a mandarin and a sweet orange, so named in 1902. The exterior is a deep orange colour with a smooth, glossy appearance. Clementines can be separated into 7 to 14 segments. They tend to be very easy to peel, like a tangerine, but are almost always seedless when grown commercially. For this reason they are sometimes known as seedless tangerines; the clementine is also occasionally referred to as the Moroccan clementine. They are typically juicy and sweet, with less acid than oranges. Their oils, like other citrus fruits, contain mostly limonene as well as myrcene, linalool, α-pinene and many complex aromatics. It is called Cantra in India.
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|Food Item||Clementine, raw|
|SubCat||Fruit and berries|
|Sub2Cat||Fruit and berries, raw/fresh|
|Dietary fibre (g)||1.7|
|Edible part (%)||77|
|Vitamin A (RAE)||105|
|Vitamin B12 (µg)||0|
|Vitamin B6 (mg)||0.08|
|Vitamin C (mg)||49|
|Vitamin D (µg)||0|
|Vitamin E (alfa-TE)||0.2|