Tangelo

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A single fruit

A Tangelo is a citrus fruit hybrid. Usually, one parent is a Mandarin orange, the other is a grapefruit. The fruit is sweet, and tases slightly sour. Tangelo fruits have a soft skin,. They can grow to about 9 centimetres (3.5 in) in diameter.


Minneola is a variety of tangelo that was first grown commercially in Florida., in 1931.