The exterior of a clementine is a deep orange color with a smooth, glossy appearance. The fruit is typically juicy and sweet and is less acidic than an orange. Clementines are sometimes known as seedless tangerines.
As you probably expected, just like oranges, clementines contain Vitamin C. Beta-carotene and ascorbic acid are present in clementines, which makes them a vision-benefiting fruit. They also provide insoluble and soluble fiber.
Temperature:Optimal storage temperature for a clementine is between 41 and 56 degrees. Storage temperature should not fall below 41 degrees.