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Seedless Kishu Mandarins 9.3 lb box

Price:
$79.00


Product Description

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KISHU MANDARINS  - 2017 SEASON SOLD OUT

We have a limited supply of mail order Kishus for our 2017 season. Here's a short version of why we must limit our Kishu mail order supply: Mail order Kishus must delivered on a tight and inflexible schedule, require a lot of time to manage customer service and are slower to pack. Then there's shipping into serious winter weather. We pack and sell most of our Kishus to wholesale customers and farmer's markets because we need flexibility to pull off the deal.

This tiny heirloom mandarin, originally from China by way of Japan, is our earliest mandarin. Kishus are totally seedless, deliciously sweet and super-easy to peel. There isn't a better tangerine.
Short season - available in late January-February only.
Churchill Orchard fruit is CCOF-certified Organic.

PRICE: $79.00 per 9.3 lb. box
             plus shipping (shipping rates listed below)
 
Looking for a bigger box of Kishus? Here's a link to our 23-lb carton.
 
Size note: Kishus range from 12 to 20 pieces to the pound. Tiny!
 
 
Shipping to multiple addresses: Choose "checkout with multiple addresses" option when you start your checkout process.
 
2017 SHIPPING RATES & INFO
We ship FedEx Ground to California, Nevada, and Oregon and Express Saver (3-day guaranteed delivery) everywhere else except Alaska and Hawaii.
Our estimated shipping rates are listed below:
 
CA, NV, OR: $17 (FedEx Ground)
CO, ID, MT, NM, UT, WA, WY: $31 (FedEx Express Saver)
KS, OK, TX: $35 (FedEx Express Saver)
AR, IA, IL, LA, MN, MO, MS, NE, ND, SD, WI: $39 (FedEx Express Saver)
ALL OTHER STATES: $44 (FedEx Express Saver)
AL,HI: $73 (FedEx 2-day)
 
We can't legally ship citrus into Arizona. Arizona Dept. of Agriculture forbids it.
Please note:
1. Because of shipping times to the Eastern U.S., we ship Monday and Tuesday only, so fruit will arrive by week's end and not risk sitting outside in freezing weather over a weekend.
2. If you are in a state that freezes, we strongly recommend shipping to an address where someone will receive the fruit and bring it indoors; in the past we've had fruit freeze on a doorstep and cannot be responsible if it does.