Florida Shiranui Mandarins

$35.00

**This is a pre-order for expected delivery the week of TBD!** Look out for the Satsuma’s big brother, the Shiranui! A Shiranui is a seedless variety of a mandarin, bursting with flavor. They are a very large fruit with a bump at the top similar to a Honeybell…they’re big and ugly 😊 But on the inside, they’re quite unlike any other variety. Super intense flavor and very juicy, yet they have a smooth sweet finish. They’re like a sweet tart in citrus form!

We offer our Shiranui mandarins in 1/4 bushel boxes, with approximately 11-12 mandarins per box. Weights listed are approximate. Harvested by small-batch growers in Monticello, Florida.

Order by January 22, 2024 for an expected shipping date of January 29, 2024.

Pre-order now for an expected delivery the week of January 29th! Freezing temperatures at time of delivery may delay shipment. Shipping and handling is included for orders in Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota, and Wisconsin. All other orders may require a shipping and handling charge. Please note, we are unable to ship produce to Alaska, Arizona, California, and Hawaii. We cannot ship to PO boxes.

Weight 10 lbs

Out of stock

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Melisa Scott
Very delicious!

As with all of the produce from Tree-Ripe, these mandarins are delicous!

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Jill Dougherty

Florida Shiranui Mandarins

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Anne DeBroux
they were really really good

But not the best I've ever had - but really close and I would order them again! Thanks for your (as usual) excellent customer service.

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Terri Duyser
Grapefruit / delivery

Mandarins were amazing. Never seen anything so large. Grapefruit on the other hand looked like small oranges. So far the ones we have eaten have been sour. Most of them have are green. Deliver was poor. Paid for the shipment when I ordered the fruit in early January, which I don’t like doing, then I got notice that the mandarins shipped on January 12 and the grapefruit would be delayed. Turned our both were. Delayed finally received my fruit in February. Very disappointed. Just like my last batch of peaches I received from the truck this fall. Not juicy worse than what I get from the store nothing like the first batch which was amazing. So far things are 50/50 I guess that’s not very good. If I bought this fruit from aldis I’d be way ahead as they give me my money back and replace me fruit

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Sandy Fukumoto
Shiranui Mandarins

They were juicy even if some were getting dried out. I enjoyed them but would have liked them to be fresher.

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