Satsumas. They can be a bit of a mystery if you’ve never had one. And if you have had one, well, then you know that they are small citrus fruits very similar to a clementine, only with a sweeter flavor. And because we think satsumas are an under-appreciated fruit, we wanted to give them some… Continue reading Five Things You Didn’t Know about Satsumas
Sure, mandarins like satsumas and clementines have zipper peels…but sometimes you don’t want to get bits of peel under your fingernails. Or you just want a really cool way to eat mandarins that will totally impress your friends. Here’s how: Cut off the top and bottom. Cut the peel on one side. Don’t cut too… Continue reading How to Eat Mandarins, No Peeling Required
Juicy, sweet…totally delicious! These words all describe our organic citrus. But everyone always has a favorite – so tell us: what’s yours?
Get a great dose of vitamins and minerals with this colorful Radish, Arugula and Red Onion Salad with Satsumas, courtesy of bonappetit.com. It’s a perfect fresh salad for your holiday parties and meals. Our Satsuma Mandarins add a punch of bright, juicy flavor that goes perfectly with the spicier flavors of arugula and radishes. Radish, Arugula… Continue reading Radish, Arugula and Red Onion Salad with Satsumas
Satsumas are a citrus fruit originally grown in Japan. They are small and very easily peeled, similar to a clementine. Satsumas contain vitamin C and folic acid, along with antioxidants called flavonoids, which work with vitamin C to fight free radicals (cells that can cause serious problems like heart disease). Both satsumas and clementines are types of… Continue reading Have you tried a satsuma?
Love citrus? Get ready for Satsuma Mandarins and Clementines from FruitShare, coming in November! These juicy little citrus fruits are some of the best-loved fruit of the year. They have zipper peels, which means they are super easy to peel – making them perfect for eating on the go as a snack.