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minneola

a juicy citrus fruit that is a cross between a tangerine and a grapefruit
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Others include South African satsumas, Spanish clementines, Californian and South African minneolas, Brazilian Honey Tangerines and Argentine Ellendales.
Sunrise grapefruit was up from $120 to $180 tonne, and minneolas made $190 compared with $140.
Outspan Minneolas were promoted as having 'the tangiest taste' and this was prominently featured in major women's magazines during August.
The comparable figures for Sunrise grapefruit was $180 (in 1993-94 it was $120) and minneolas made $190 compared with $140.
This trade adds up to around 600,000 cartons of shamoutis, 200,000 Valencia lates and 100,000 cartons of both grapefruit and easy peelers, such as minneolas, suntinas and temples.
Clementines will follow shortly, and with other types such as tambors and minneolas, the total export in 1994 is expected to reach over two million cartons - double last season's figure.
He expects easy peelers -- including hybrids such as tambors and minneolas -- to increase by over 50% to two million cartons.
Mehadrin recently signed a joint agreement in the region to cultivate 200 hectares of suntina and minneolas, as well as conducting growing programmes to find new hybrids.