Gold Harbor Mandarin Orange in Fruit Juice

Posted: November 11, 2015

What are Mandarin Oranges?

image1-smallMandarin Oranges are thought to be native to Southeast Asia and the Philippines. They are smaller and less spherical than most oranges found in North America, and have a sweet tender taste that many describe as melting in your mouth. For centuries Mandarin Oranges have been a worldwide symbol of luck and good fortune, as well as a traditional gift at holidays and celebrations.

Where do Gold Harbor Brand Mandarin Oranges come from?

image2-smallMandarin Oranges are high in Vitamin C. One convenient snack cup of the Gold Harbor brand Mandarin Orange packed in Juice provides 4% of Vitamin A, 70% of Vitamin C, & 2% of calcium of the daily-recommended vitamin intake. Each cup of Mandarin Oranges in Juice is just 35 calories.

Mandarin Orange segments are also high in soluble fiber, which some studies show may help lower cholesterol and keep blood sugar balanced.

How can you serve Mandarin Orange in cups?

* Available in syrup or juice

* Available in syrup or juice

You can serve the Gold Harbor Brand Mandarin Oranges as a simple healthy snack, or a sun-ripened accent to a salad, gelatin, breakfast parfait or dessert. Here’s one recipe we enjoy serving.

Mandarin Orange salad recipe:

¼ cup pumpkin seeds, sweet-sour dressing, ½ butter head lettuce, torn into bite-size pieces (3 cups), ½ bunch spinach, ½ sliced onion, 1 tablespoons thinly sliced green onions, 2 cups (8 ounces) of Mandarin orange segments, drained.


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