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Tropical Fruit Gift Basket

$99.95
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Summary

Opulent gifts of fresh fruit have long been a gift-giving tradition in cultures around the world. Our colorful fruit basket showcases a magnificent assortment of exotic tropical fruits specially selected for their high quality, freshness and flavor.

Basket includes:

  • Strawberry Papaya: The sweetest, most flavorful variety of papaya is fragrant and juicy, with a hint of fresh peaches and berries. 1 piece.
  • Mango: Sweet, tart fruit with a yellowish-orange flesh that is juicy but firm. Enjoy in salads or in vegetable or poultry dishes. 1 piece.
  • South African Baby Pineapple: Fragrant, golden skin and a brilliantly colored sweet-tart flesh. Entirely edible, with no need to remove the core. 1 piece.
  • Quick Crack Coconut: Inside, the nuts have a fibrous, sweet and creamy meat covered by a thin, edible brown skin. The coconut meat can be eaten fresh or dried, while the coconut water makes a nutritious drink. Scored shell for easy opening. 1 piece.
  • Pepino Melon: Exotic teardrop-shaped melon with a soft, edible golden skin and a delicate flavor of cantaloupe and honeydew combined. 3 pieces (may vary).
  • Feijoa (pineapple guava): A true taste blast with flavors of pineapple, guava, and strawberry. 3 pieces (may vary).
  • Sweet Tangerine: Seedless and easy to peel, they can be eaten out of hand or used in salads. 3 pieces (may vary).
  • Key Lime: These small, fragrant limes are full of tangy juice. Add slices to marinades, sauces, fruit salads and pastries. 3 pieces (may vary).
  • Baby Banana: The sweetest of the banana family has just a hint of rich cinnamon aftertaste. Usually eaten out of hand or sliced for use in salads; 6–9 pieces (may vary).
  • Fruit quantities are the approx. quantities based on weight; actual counts may vary.
  • Packaged in a 15 1/2" x 11" x 8 1/2" wicker basket and tied with a festive ribbon.
  • 9 lbs. 3 oz. total.
Dimensions & More Info

Country of Origin (Subject to Change Based on Availability):

  • Strawberry papaya: Brazil.
  • Baby bananas: Ecuador.
  • Mango: Ecuador, Mexico / USA (California).
  • South African baby pineapple: South Africa.
  • Key limes: Mexico.
  • Quick crack coconut: Dominican Republic.
  • Pepino Melons: Ecuador.
  • Feijoas: New Zealand, Chile and USA (California).
  • Tangerines: USA (California).
Use & Care
  • Baby bananas: To ripen green bananas, store at room temperature until spots appear on their peels. Once ripe, baby bananas may refridgerated for a few days.
  • Strawberry papaya: To ripen firm papayas, place in a paper bag at room temperature until the papaya is soft to the touch (similar to a ripe peach). Refridgerate the ripe fruit in a paper bag for up to 3 days.
  • Mango: The mangos are shipped firm. To ripen, leave at room temperature for 5 to 7 days until they yield to gentle pressure. Once ripe, the mangoes can be refridgerated up to one week.
  • South African baby pineapple: The pineapples are ready to eat and may be refridgerated up to 10 days.
  • Key limes: Key limes can be stored at room temperature for several days or will keep for a week or more if wrapped in plastic and refridgerated. To release the juice, roll the Key Lime on a flat surface while pressing firmly.
  • Quick crack coconut: to open, use a rubber mallet along its pre-scored crack. Pour out the liquid and reserve. To remove the meat from the shell, place the drained coconut on a baking sheet in a 350ºF oven for about 15 minutes, or just until the shell begins to crack. Whole, unopened coconuts can be stored at room temperature for up to 3 months.
  • Pepino Melons: If the creamy yellow background skin areas have a greenish tint, ripen the Pepinos at room temperature, uncovered and out of direct sun, until they become fragrant and yield slightly to pressure. Once ripe the Pepinos can be refridgerated for upto 3 days.
  • Feijoas: To ripen firm feijoas, place them in a paper bag with an apple until soft and fragrant. Once ripe, feijoas can be refridgerated for up to 5 days.
  • Tangerines: Store a cool room temperatures for up to one week or refridgerate for up to two weeks.
Shipping

Shipping Information

To ensure freshness, perishable items are shipped via 2-day delivery from the supplier and are not eligible for rush shipping. Please allow one to two weeks for delivery.

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Return Policy

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