MandarinHowever you call them (mandarins, tangerines, clementines), they are all part of the same family.

They do vary slightly in nutritional value, but as with most fruit they are excellent for you.

I usually have mandarins after lunch or dinner or just as a snack on their own just to have something sweet!




  • Vitamin A - A source of vitamin A which is good for the skin and eyes, reproduction and immunity.
  • Vitamin C - A source of vitamin C which is an important antioxidant and a cofactor for collagen formation
  • Potassium - A source of potassium which is important for maintaining fluid and electrolyte balance.


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