a fresh clementine

How Many Calories in a Clementine?

The clementine is a popular type of mandarin orange, and this page is going to tell you all you need to know on how many calories in a clementine, as well as some useful clementine nutrition facts.

Cultivated in warm, temperate areas of the world such as the USA, Italy, Lebanon, China, Spain and Morocco, the mandarin is a highly nutritious fruit that provides little in the way of mandarin calories for those that consume them to worry about.

Like other types of orange such as the tangerine, they are easy to peel and more often than not will come seedless. They have less acid in than the typical orange and they generally have a very sweet taste. The mandarin is often made into jams and juices as well as being eaten as a whole fruit.

How many calories in a Clementine?

In this next section we are going to show you how many calories in a clementine, using examples of the whole fruit and various different weights.

  • In a 3.4 oz clementine (2.6 oz once skin has been removed), there are 35 calories
  • In 1 oz of clementine there are 13 calories
  • In 10 g of clementine there are 5 calories
calories in a clementine juice

How many calories in clementine juice, sparkling?

  • In a 12 fl oz bottle of sparkling clementine juice there are 120 calories
  • In 1 fl oz of sparkling clementine juice there are 10 calories
  • In 25 ml of sparkling clementine juice there are 8 calories

Please note that the above calorific values are approximations.

In the above example of sparkling clementine, and any other clementine related products, you should always check the label for information on the calories inside them, as these can differ between brands.

You may also find out page on calories in an orange useful, where we have covered various other type of orange such as the tangerine and naval orange.

Now let's answer a question that many people ask about this fruit, and many others, 'are clementines good for you?'. Fruits and vegetables are all good for you in a variety of ways, generally this is the fact that they are low in calories and high in nutrients. This clementine is no different. All you have to do is look at the nutritional facts that we have listed below, and you will see that eating this fruit is going to do you nothing but good.

Clementine nutrition facts

The following clementine nutrition facts are based on 3.5 oz or 100g of edible fruit:

  • Vitamin B1 (Thiamin) - 0.086 milligrams
  • Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin) - 0.030 milligrams
  • Vitamin B3 (Niacin) - 0.636 milligrams
  • Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic acid) - 0.151 milligrams
  • Vitamin B6 - 0.075 milligrams
  • Vitamin B9 (Folate) - 24 micrograms
  • Vitamin C - 48.8 milligrams (a sizable 59% of your recommended daily allowance)
  • Vitamin E- 0.20 milligrams
  • Calcium - 30 milligrams
  • Iron - 0.14 milligrams
  • Magnesium - 10 milligrams
  • Manganese - 0.023 milligrams
  • Phosphorous - 21 milligrams
  • Potassium - 177 milligrams
  • Sodium - 1 milligrams
  • Zinc - 0.06 milligrams
  • Protein - 0.85 g
  • Dietary Fiber - 1.7 g
  • Carbohydrates - 12.02 g
  • Water - 86.58 g
  • Fat - 0.15 g
  • Sugars - 9.18 g

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