Clementine, a small citrus fruit now widespread all over the world, is a hybrid of orange and mandarin, which has been widely preferred over the last few years due to the lack of seeds in it. and very sweet.
Clementine was discovered by chance from a spontaneous cross occurred in the early 1900s in a garden of monks in Algeria and from there it spread like wildfire in all the Mediterranean regions to become, nowadays, the second most popular citrus in the world after oranges. Winter fruit in Europe, it is sold in counter-seasons from the Middle East in spring and from South America in the summer.
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