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What to do when your Easter Treat box is delivered ūüď¶

Gifting fruits for Easter is incredibly fun & unique!

All Easter Treat Boxes will ship this week of March 25th.

 Here are some tips from us to help you have an optimal experience with your fruit!

If you are sending someone a box of fresh fruit, make sure to track the delivery and advise the recipient to bring it inside and open it as soon as possible. 

  • If you are getting the fruit shipped to yourself to give in person, open the box and unpack the fruit box. You can re-pack it before you gift it to your loved one.

  • It's best to give the gift of fruit as soon as possible, as some fruits may ripen quickly.

  • For optimal ripening, fruits should be kept at a minimum temperature of 70 degrees Fahrenheit and require proper airflow.

For more information, check out our Cold Weather Guidelines blog post.

Surprise your loved ones with the convenience of a digital gift card, delivered instantly to their email inbox.

There's still time to secure an Easter Treat Box before Easter Sunday!

Variety Box

What’s in Season: 

Atemoya 

 Banana Variety Box

Blood Orange

 Cacao

Chanee Durian  

Cherimoya

D24 Durian

Durian Variety Pack

Fresh Turmeric

Goldenberry

Gold Nugget Mandarin

Hulu Durian Trays

Ice Apple (frozen)

Jackfruit Box

Juicing Soursop

June Plum

Kampong Durian Trays

Key Lime

Kumquat

Langsat (Frozen)

Leftovers Box 

Longan

Mamey Sapote

Marang (frozen)

Musang King Trays

Nam Wah Bananas

Orinoco Bananas

Papaya

Pineapple

Pink Guava

Pink Lemon

Pink Seeded Bananas

Pisang Raja Bananas 

Premium Soursop

Premium Variety

Puyat Durian

Red Atemoya

Red Prawn Durian Trays

Rollinia

Star Apple

Sugarcane

Tamarillo (tree tomato) 

Variety Box

Watermelon Guava

 White Dragonfruit  

White Guava 

Yellow Dragonfruit

Limited:

Annona Variety Box

Black Sapote

Black Thorn Durian

Custard Apple

D24 Durian Trays 

Gamboge

Noni

Platinum Rose Pomelo

Red Caviar Lime

Sapodilla 

Seeded Banana

Silverberry

Sprouted Coconut

On the Horizon:

Custard Apple