Monday, July 10, 2017

Tangelo fruit juice

The tangelo (C. paradise x C. reticulate) is a hybrid of mandarin and grapefruit. The most cultivated hybrid in Florida is the Orlando tangelo, but Minneola and Seminole tangelos are also popular.

Orlando is one of the earliest maturing tangelos and harvesting usually begins in early November. The fruit is attractive, highly colored, deep orange to almost tangerine red and has thin rinds, which is slightly pebbly but not rough.
The different kinds of tangelo fruits vary considerably in size, shape, color of rind and flesh, flavor and date of maturation.

Tangelos are rich in polyphenols and flavonoids, plant compounds that can have health-protective properties. These compounds are especially prevalent in citrus plants, with more than 4000 polyphenols and 60 flavonoids having been identified.
Tangelo fruit juice
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