Making moves in the fight against food waste, Tesco have relaxed their rules around the appearance of satsumas.
The supermarket is now selling the fruit with green peels – an abnormality which has occured as a result of unusually warm weather in Spain meaning that the skins didn't turn to their typical vibrant shade.
Despite having the colour of limes on the outside, the fruits are ripe and the segments are orange-coloured, reports The Guardian.
The supermarket claims to be the first in the UK to loosen their typical quality specifications, meaning fewer fruits going to waste.
They are also said to have an extra shelf life of up to two days – also good for fighting food waste.
UK supermarkets have faced criticism over the last few years for throwing away "imperfect" food items, particularly fruit and vegetables.
Green clementines will be added to Tesco's shelves too, just in time for Christmas.
Tesco's citrus buyer, Debbie Lombaard, said: "As a result of this move to take out a handling stage in the journey from farm to fork, shoppers will gain extra freshness for their satsumas and clementines."