Clementine
Clementine
Clementine size between 50 grams and approximately 120 grams. Clementines arise from the spherical shape flattened at the poles, from orange peel contrast heavily with the cloves, with orange pulp from weaving soda. Seedless and easy to peel the cloves crispy and juicy are separated between them with ease ... It contains vitamins A, B1, B2, PP, vitamin C, mineral salts and sugar and have a very low degree of acidity, therefore have properties influenza , detoxifying and diuretic. Clementines are a hybrid of bitter orange and mandarin, it was imported to Italy from Algeria thanks to a Friar named Clement Rodier who lived them in an orphanage and allowed it imports mainly in Sicily ... Indicated for use directly on the table, for smoothies, centrifuged, digestive, jams.
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Late Tangerine Ciaculli
Late Tangerine Ciaculli
Late Tangerine Ciaculli size between 50 grams and 120 grams. The ciaculli late mandarin comes from the spherical shape, slightly flattened at the poles, from orange peel contrast heavily with the cloves, with orange pulp from weaving soda. Contains the seeds and is easy to peel the cloves crispy and juicy are separated between them with ease ... It contains vitamins A, B1, B2, PP, vitamin C, mineral salts and sugars, and have a very low degree of acidity, then have properties influenza, detoxifying and diuretic. Unlike tree clementines which is a cross botanical Mandarin and defined pure because it comes so for as to nature without interbreeding with other species. It gets its name because it is harvested in late March and ciaculli because it was discovered in the Palermo area of ciaculli. Indicated for use directly on the table, for smoothies, centrifuged, digestive, jams.
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Lemons
Lemons
The lemon can occur from spherical to oval with a knob at often, and one form to the other tip, from the peel of yellow or green, with pulp white / yellowish color from the texture soda. It contains vitamins A, B, PP, vitamin C, citric acid, phosphorus, calcium, copper, manganese and sugar, have purifying and antibacterial. The lemon tree belongs to the Rutaceae family, there are strong doubts regarding the history of this plant, it comes resulting from Asia to Eastern China, India or Burma then disclosed by the ancient Romans in Italy and in the world. Indicated for use directly on the table of meat, fish, salads, drinks or in dressing or as a digestive.
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