Late March Harvest Update 🌈
We hope that you blossom with health and radiance alongside the plants and animals this spring wherever you are at your own unique pace.
Currently our deciduous persimmon trees are full of leaves and flowers blooming. The mangos are full of small developing fruit, lychee is full of flowers, and loads of bananas, papayas, and pineapples growing on the farm.
Each box we pack is slightly different due to the size, shape, weight, and availability of each fruit.
Our small boxes are one layer of fruit and our large boxes are two layers separated by a compostable "pillow".
Bananas grow year round here in South Florida, but each week there are different varieties ready to harvest.
Some varieties may not fully change color or get spots when ripe, the best way to tell when a banana is ripe is by softness.
|Small Overnight Variety||Large Overnight Variety - Bottom||Large Overnight Variety - Top|
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|Small Banana Variety Box||Large Banana Variety Box|
This week we caught up on red atemoya pre orders and expect to have more fruit available next week.
Struggle with seasonal allergies? Try drinking a shot of Organic Noni Juice every day!
Use code: DURIAN10 for $10 off any product in our Miami Fruit Durian collection.
Use code: RED22 for $22 off any size Red Atemoya.
I cannot think of a better way to start the first day of spring than how we did last Saturday. I got to make myself and some friends a lovely breakfast and then we rode our bikes and enjoyed the beautiful weather by our pond. I cut up some fruit to go alongside our smoothie bowls made with red dragonfruit and frozen bananas.
Here's a recent review from our customer Brittany B:
OK.... for anyone who is reading this you are so in luck if you can get your hands on one of these bad boys. Premium soursop (large box is a must) I made delicious, fresh juice and squeezed a fresh lime to enhance the flavor. Wondering the taste? Think of strawberries and pineapple. Literally sweet candy. They are so much fun to eat. Truly a conversational piece of fruit. If you know, you know! I’ve been ordering from Miami fruit for 2 years now and these guys never disappoint.
What’s in Season:
Tamarillo (tree tomato)
Preorder / on the horizon: