Mandarin orange (kumquat)
Japanese and golden orange, fortunella, fairy mandarin, golden bean, kinkan, Japanese quince are all names for the same fruit. The kumquat is part of the citrus family and resembles a small orange.
Dried mandarin orange (kumquat), sugar, citric acid, sulphur dioxide, food colouring E110, E120.
Country of Origin
364 kcal / 1546 kJ, proteins – 1.9 g, total fat – 0g (of which saturated fat – 0g), total carbohydrates – 87.4 g (sugars – 83.1 g).
Citrus taste and health benefits
Japanese and golden orange, fortunella, fairy mandarin, golden bean, kinkan, Japanese quince are all names for the same fruit.
The kumquat is part of the citrus family and resembles a small orange. The fruit has an elongated shape and is similar in size to a walnut.
These small mandarin oranges grow on plantations in Southeast Asia and are naturally dried in the sun.
Sun-dried and steeped in a sweet syrup, kumquats are a vitamin- and mineral-rich dessert that has a spicy honey taste and boosts the immune system.
Thanks to pectins, kumquats are good for digestion, normalising metabolism and improving the secretion of gastric juice.
Dried mandarin orange
Our pack can stand, lay or hang because of Euroslot
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Fresh, fleshy, flavour, and most significantly — whole product.
Multiple use availability.
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Making possible long-term storage. The product is protected from shrinking, overwatering, dirt and other ravages.
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