This box comes with a variety of the tropical fruits we currently have in season!
The Variety Box will almost always have multiple varieties of exotic bananas, as well as our other seasonal fruits.
Get what's in season in Miami right now!
To request PERISHABLE fruits like soursop and sugar apple, you must choose overnight shipping. Leave a note in the checkout page with your requests, but be aware that seasonal variation may not allow for your request to be fulfilled.
To find out when to eat your fruit optimally and how to eat them, check out our new and improved ripening guide!
NOTE: WE HARVEST FRUIT EVERY MONDAY AND SHIP THROUGHOUT THE WEEK
Variety Boxes from the past:
We pack our boxes as full possible. The total weight varies depending on the size, shape, and mass of the fruit:
- Small Box contains up to 3-6 pounds.
- Large Box contains up to 8-12 pounds.
- Extra Large Box contains up to 16-26 pounds.
- Bulk Box contains up to 34-45 pounds.We ALWAYS recommend ordering a LARGE BOX for the best value, when compared to a Small Box. Because shipping, handling, and delivery are so expensive per package, the Large Box will contain more fruit and ultimately a better value.
The California AG department restricts the entry of many tropical fruits from Florida, but they do allow some of our fruits as long as they are thoroughly inspected for pests.
The ONLY fruits allowed are: bananas, black sapote, passionfruit, jackfruit, white, red, sunrise, and yellow dragonfruit.
*PLEASE NOTE* BY ORDERING ANY ITEM FROM OUR WEBSITE TO CALIFORNIA, YOU ARE TAKING RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE POSSIBILITY OF DAMAGED OR CONFISCATED FRUIT. WE CAN ONLY SHIP THE FRUITS ALLOWED SO PLEASE KEEP THAT IN MIND IF YOU ORDER A VARIETY BOX. WE DON'T RECOMMEND ORDERING A VARIETY BOX UNLESS YOU EXPECT TO RECEIVE VERY LITTLE VARIETY. IF YOU ORDER SOMETHING NOT ON THE ALLOWED LIST ABOVE, WE WILL REFUND AND CANCEL YOUR ORDER.
Please thoroughly read through our Refund Policy before ordering.
Here is a basic guide to refer to created by the California Department of Food and Agriculture: https://www.cdfa.ca.gov/plant/factsheets/BringingFruitsVeggies_to_CA.pdf