With just a few months to go before the Clemcott season comes to an end, the best selection of Nadorcott continues to supply the market with its excellent quality fruit that is becoming increasingly more popular in Europe’s fruit and vegetable sector, one of the big consumers of citrus fruit.
In line with the objective of this 2016 season campaign, Clemcott meets the requirements of the experts with optimal characteristics that a certified quality mandarin deserves:
Easy to peel. Clemcott is the easy peel for all ages, “even a baby could peel a Clemcott”.
The fact that it is easy to peel, together with its numerous nutritional and organoleptic properties, makes it the ideal citrus fruit for children.
Clemcott is taste, it is colour. Clemcott is tantalizingly delicious; it is distinguished for its exquisite flavour and its deep reddish orange colour that makes it very appetizing.
Another one of its great virtues is the perfect balance between its sweetness and acidity thanks to its degrees Brix.
These quality standards along with many others are upheld year after year so that Clemcott can always meet the expectations of everyone: farmers, marketers, agricultural experts and consumers.
Very few are privileged with the honour of having their orchards chosen to grow this mandarin in each season. As proof of all this hard work and dedication, Clemcott comes with its Blacklabel that is always somewhere visible on the secondary packaging to identify it and endorse its quality guarantee and its authenticity.
It is therefore impossible not to be able to distinguish it from the other mandarins on the market.
Moreover, the Clemcott mandarins are unique and also very similar to any other, which makes you wonder whether they have been cast in the same mould.
So, now we must make the most of the fact that Clemcott is still available, because there are just a few more months left to enjoy it.
As we all know, the deseasonalization that distinguishes Clemcott and makes it different from other mandarins means that we can enjoy this fruit from the end of January up to the month of May, when Clemcott says farewell to the best fruit shops until next year.