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Established in 2007, Zhejiang Kekejia Food Co., Ltd is a professional manufacturer and exporter that is concerned with producing of Mandarin Orange Sacs. As a result of our high quality products and outstanding customer service, we have gained a global sales network reaching southeast and mid-east.
Name：Mandarin orange sacs
Ingredient: Mandarin orange, water,citric acid,sugar
Color: Orange yellow
Taste/Flavor: Typical mandarin orange aroma and taste. No objectionable? ?flavor color and odor.
Inner packing: Tinplate cans
Outer packing: Packed in carton
Storage conditions: Common temperature dry
Shelf life: 24 months
Acceptance of raw materials → fruit selection, cleaning → peeling and splitting → acid and alkali treatment → cyst cell separation → screening inspection →canning&weigh → pre-hot → soup preparation → washing tank disinfection → add syrup → sealing → sterilization cooling → packaging
The?juice vesicles?(in aggregate,?pulp) of a?citrus?fruit?are the membranous content of the fruit's?endocarp.?All fruits from the?Citranae?subtribe, subfamily?Aurantioideae, and family?Rutaceae?have juice vesicles.The?vesicles?contain the?juice?of the fruit and appear shiny and baglike. Vesicles come in two shapes: the superior and inferior, and these are distinct.?Citrus fruit?with more vesicles generally weighs more than those with less vesicles. Fruits with many segments, such as the?grapefruit?or?pomelo, have more vesicles per segment than fruits with less segments, such as the?kumquat?and?mandarin.?Each vesicle in a segment in citrus fruits has approximately the same shape, size, and weight.?About 5% of the weight of an average orange is made up of the membranes of the juice vesicles.
Juice vesicles of the?endocarp?contain the components that provide the?aroma?typically associated with citrus fruit. These components are also found in the?flavedo?oil sacs.?The vesicles and their inner juices contain many?vitamins?and?minerals?as well as the taste and sweet?acid?fragrance.Pulp cells often have thin membranes, and they are less regular in shape than other plant cells. They are also very large and protect the?seeds?of the fruit. The color of the pulp is variable, depending on the?species?and the ripening stage. Usually, it has the color of the outer peel (exocarp).