Are pixie tangerines seedless?

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creamtea March 29, 2012
just bought a bunch myself at WF, after reading glowing the article in Sunset Magazine. Apparently they were developed at UC Riverside, in the town where I spent my childhood... possibly I ate some as a kid. Not really an answer, just thinking out loud.
 
hardlikearmour March 29, 2012
Yes they are. I hope you were able to find someone working in produce to answer the question for you.
 
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