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The satsuma is a small, loose-skinned, seedless orange, Citrus reticulata, similar to the tangerine and mandarin. It takes its name from Satsuma, a former province of Kyushu, Japan, where it was first grown; it first appeared in the West in the 1880s.

Subjects: Cookery, Food, and Drink.

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