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    Mandarin orange sacs is used as raw materials for drinks, milk tea, jams, desserts, and baking.
    Specification
    ItemMandarin orange sacs
    Raw materialFresh Ponkan
    IngredientPonkan ,water, sugar, citric acid
    ColorOrange yellow
    Taste/FlavorTypical tangerine orange aroma and taste. No objectionable flavor color and odor.
    Brix2-6
    PH3-3.8
    Drained Weight (Cell sacs content)%60
    Broken cellBelow 30%
    Packaging3kg*6tins per carton
    Storage conditionsCommon temperature dry
    Shelf life24 months
    MOQ18 tons
    SampleFree
    Delivery timethe delivery time is within 30days after receive deposit
    Supply Ability5000 tons per year
    FOB portNingbo ,China(can adjust by client’s requirement)
    Payment terms30% as deposit by T/T and the balance 70% paid on receipt copy of B/L
    Place of originZhejiang ,China
    CertificateHACCP,ISO,HALAL
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    Company introduction
    Established in 2007, Zhejiang Kekejia Food Co., Ltd is a professional manufacturer and exporter that is concerned with the research, development and producing of Mandarin Orange Sacs. We are located in Quzhou, which also called the hometown of mandarin orange in China. All of our products comply with international quality standards and are greatly appreciated in a variety of different markets throughout the world.
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    The name “Mandarin Oranges” is used to refer both to an orange and to a family of oranges that includes Dancys, Clementines, Honey, Pixie, Satsumas, Owari, King, Oneco, Ponkan and Willow Leaf.
    Technically, it really is just an “umbrella” name used to refer to the family.
    Producers and marketers, though, aren’t yet sure whether to market Mandarins as one fruit, or to be clear to consumers that there are different kinds of Mandarin Oranges.
    Growers classify Mandarins into three main groups:
    Group1 (called the “Mandarin class”): Changsa, Le-dar, Emperor, Oneco, Willow Leaf;
    Group 2 (called the “Tangerine class”): Tangerines, Clementine, Cleopatra, Dancy, Ponkan, Robinson, Sunburst;
    Group 3 (called the “Satsuma” class): Satsuma, Owari, Wase, Kara.
    The oranges that are in cultivation to-day are all hybrid cultivars developed to suit a particular palate or climate or market demand .
    The original is the orange fruit with scientific name Citrus reticulata .
    A cultivar does not carry a scientific name just a common identifiable name such as Ponkan.
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    To cut the long story short = There is not much of a difference ; Ponkan is a kind of orange cultivated in a particular area . 3 Kg Mandarin Orange Sacs
    website:http://www.zjkkjfood.com/mandarin-orange-sacs/3-kg-mandarin-orange-sacs/