From Coles Magazine
This sweet citrus fruit is said to have origanated in China and held such status that it was named after the highest official of the imperial Court-the Mandarin. It has deep, orange skin that peels away easily from the juicy fruit inside. Some varieties have seeds, others are sedless, but they all have creascent-shaped segments enclosed iin fine membrance. They’re a great convenience food,especially for littlies, because they’re easier to peel than oranges. Each 150g serve is an excellent source of vitamin C and a source of fibre. Mandarin segments, Juice and zest can be used to both sweet and savoury dishes.