A rich source of vitamin C, folate, and beta-carotene, tangerine's name originated from Tangier, a seaport in Morocco.
Smaller than an orange and peels more easily, the tangerine is well loved for its uniquely sweet taste.
Tangerines boost the immune system while creating collagen and maintaining a smooth, youthful skin. Rich in antioxidants, tangerines aid to prevent inflammation in the body, improve digestion and prevent chronic diseases.
Tangerines have been cultivated in China and Japan for over 3000 years. Its name comes from Tangiers in Morocco, the port where the fruit was first shipped to Europe and Florida in the US in the 1800s.