A generic name given to numerous small orange citrus fruits, more commonly known as mandarins. Satsumas are simply a different variety and clementines are a hybrid between the tangerine and the sweet orange. They’re usually peeled and eaten raw but can also be used in fruit salads and for making jams and marmalades. In the UK, tangerines begin to appear on shop shelves from autumn onwards and are often associated with Christmas.
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