Mandarin/Clementine/Satsuma Weights & Calories (With Charts)

Use this page to help you to calculate the weights and calories of any serving size or portion of mandarin, which are also known as easy peelers, satsumas, and clementines (depending on the variety.

The easy-to-use charts below will help you to calculate weight conversions and calorie values depending on what you need.

How Much Does Mandarin Weigh (Without Peel)

I’ve weighed a number of fruits and gathered the following information:

The average weight of one Mandarin (also known as satsuma or clementine) weighs around 80-90g with the peel removed.

ConversionWeight of One Average
Mandarin/Satsuma/
Clementine
(without peel)
Grams80-90g
Ounces2.8-3.2oz
Kilograms0.08-0.09kg
Pounds0.18-0.2lb

How Much Does Mandarin Weigh (With Peel)

I’ve weighed a number of fruits with and without the peel and gathered the following information:

The average weight of one Mandarin (also known as satsuma or clementine) weighs around 100-110g including the peel.

ConversionWeight of One Average
Mandarin/Satsuma/
Clementine
(including peel)
Grams100-110g
Ounces3.5-3.9oz
Kilograms0.1-0.11kg
Pounds0.22-0.24lb

How Many Segments are in an Average Mandarin?

I did the research to find out the average amount of segments in an easy peeler mandarin fruit and found the following:

The average mandarin, satsuma, or clementine orange contains a total of 10-11 segments.

Each segment weighs an average of around 8-9g (0.28-0.32oz) and contains around 4 calories.

How Many Mandarins are in a Portion?

The recommended portion size for mandarin-type easy peelers (including satsumas and clementines) is 2.

This is the amount recommended as part of the 5 a day fruit and veg portion.

Two average-sized 80-90 gram mandarin oranges contain around 76-86kcal in total.

Mandarin Weight & Calorie Chart

The conversion table below shows more mandarin/satsuma/clementine portions to help you quickly work out the weight and calories for your portion.

This chart is based on the assumption that an average fruit weighs 85g and an average segment weighs 8.5g. I’ve also used verified calorie values from MyFitnessPal.

Mandarin/satsuma/clementine
serving size
(without peel)
Average weight
(in grams and ounces)
Average calories
(in kcal)
1 segment8.5g/0.3oz4
2 segments17g/0.6oz8
3 segments25.5g/0.9oz12
4 segments34g/1.2oz16
5 segments42.5g/1.5oz20
6 segments51g/1.8oz24
7 segments59.5g/2.1oz28
8 segments68g/2.4oz32
9 segments76.5g/2.7oz36
10 segments85g/3oz40
1 oz28.3g/1oz13
2 oz56.7g/2oz27
3 oz85g/3oz40
4 oz113.4g/4oz54
25g25g/0.88oz12
50g50g/1.76oz24
75g75g/2.65oz36
100g100g/3.53oz48
1 fruit (half a serving)85g/3oz40
2 fruits (one serving)170g/6oz81

Manderin Peel Weight

I weighed the peel of various types of mandarin/satsuma/clementine oranges and found the following:

The average weight of the peel from an average size fruit is around 20-30g.

Fruit with thicker peel is heavier and it generally weighs around 30g.

Most mandarin variety fruits (including satsuma and clementines) tend to have thin skin so they’re easy to peel.

example of mandarin peel

Mandarin Weight FAQ’s

How many mandarins are in a pound?

Based on an average mandarin/satsuma/clementine weight of 80-90g (2.8-3.2oz) per fruit, there are around 5-6 individual fruit in a pound.

How many mandarins are in a kilogram?

Based on an average mandarin/satsuma/clementine weight of 80-90g (2.8-3.2oz) per fruit, there are around 11-13 individual fruit in a kilogram.

Equipment and Information Used for This Article

I used precision scales that weigh to 0.01 of a gram which is regularly calibrated with a 100g weight. For more information see my recommended weighing scales here.

To make sure the information in this article is accurate, I researched and cross-referenced various sources (as well as original research) to obtain the correct weights and calories.

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