Can Toddlers Eat Tangerines?
When it comes to food, toddlers are a little more difficult to please. They often refuse the new foods that we offer them and even if they do eat them, they might not want to eat them again.
This is where Tangerine comes in. It is a tool that helps parents and caregivers make sure that toddlers are eating their recommended diet. It also helps provide recommendations for new foods based on nutritional needs and has a voice recognition tool that allows toddlers to say what they want for meals.
Why Can Toddlers Eat Tangerines?
Tangerine is a citrus fruit that has a tangy, sweet taste. It is also known as the “sour orange”. It is believed to have originated in China and spread across Southeast Asia and India.
It is not easy for toddlers to eat tangerines because they are very sour. The only way to make them edible is to squeeze them with your hands or teeth, or by adding sugar or honey.