Clementine in the second most consumed fruit in Italy after orange, is a citrus fruit and belongs to the mandarin group. They differ in taste for less acre and sweeter, for the brighter and brighter color of its orange. The origins of this hybrid are very controversial, its appearance seems to date back to work is 1900s as the result of work is father clement, from whom he is named. Clementine is consumed predominantly as a fresh fruit and is often preferred to orange for its sweetness and the case with which it blossoms, enclosing in itself all the citrus properties including a high vitamin C


The Clementine tree is very similar to mandarin, blooms in spring and slowly grows. The collection takes place between an October and February.

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Legend: Harvest and sale of clementine