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Yummy, juicy lunchbox vitamins: tangelos provide 63% of your daily vitamin C requirements.

A delicious source of fibre.

B vitamins help convert food into energy, create new blood cells, and maintain healthy skin, brain and other cells.

Nutritional Information

Recommended Serving Size: 1 tangelo (90g). Percentage daily intakes per serve are based on an average adult diet of 8700 kJ as specified by FSANZ. Nutritional source: L179.

  • 0 % Vitamin C
  • 0 % Vitamin B6
  • 0 % Vitamin B2 (riboflavin)
  • 0 % Vitamin A
  • 0 % Folate
  • 0 % Dietary Fibre (1.8g)
  • Tangelos Varieties | First Fresh
  • Tangelos Varieties | First Fresh


Juicy, sweet-tart First Fresh tangelos thrive here in Tairawhiti, New Zealand’s tangelo centre. Sunny and bright, tasty tangelos are an echo of the warm Gisborne sunshine.

Seasonal availability
September to March

Where to buy

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From our trees to your kitchen

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Tangelo Recipes

Raw, juiced, zested – or as an unexpected substitute for lemon or orange zest in your baking, juicy and tart First Fresh tangelos deliver a surprising twist wherever they crop up in cuisine. Try these tasty tangelo recipes and see for yourself.

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Picked by our grower family, for yours

“We reckon we’re growing the best fruit in the world, in the best place in the world”

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Health and wellbeing

We think our fresh Gisborne-grown fruit is pretty amazing. And not just for snacking. Learn how First Fresh fruit can help manage your weight, boost your immunity, care for your heart health and more.

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The first fresh story

We’re built on a foundation of family and a fierce loyalty to Tairāwhiti Gisborne. But we also have an eye to the future, with a commitment to sustainable growth.

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A real slice of Gisborne life

Is it the warm climate, high sunshine hours, or fertile soils that create the best growing conditions in the world?

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