10 Online Shops That Deliver Fresh Fruits To Your Door
No need to go to the market!
Whether you're chasing after your health goals or just a fan of all things fresh and juicy, there's always room in your fridge and pantry for more fruit. It's naturally sweet and boasts of having a ton of good-for-you nutrients; what's not to love? While going out on your own to check out the markets is ideal, the good news is that you don't even have to step out to get your fix. We've rounded up local sellers and websites that deliver local and imported fresh fruit around the Metro.
Hit up these 10 online vendors and websites for great fresh fruit delivered to your doorstep:
Zagana is a store and social enterprise that offers produce sourced directly from local farmers, so you can get your fruits and help farmers in need, too. Just some of the fruits they carry are Davao pomelo (P196/piece), Red Lady papaya (P105/piece), mangoes (P210/kilogram), avocado (P210/kilogram), and more. Simply create an account and place your orders through their website. They do same-day deliveries from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m., 12 p.m. to 3 p.m., and 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. for a fee of P120.
For orders, check out Zagana's website.
Crate2Plate carries an extensive selection of special varieties of fruit-and in particular, their lineup of berries, grapes, and stone fruit is stellar. They carry hard-to-find fruits like U.S. Driscoll strawberries (P800/454 grams), Kyoho grapes (P675/450 grams), and even U.S. Mountain View Dinosaur Egg plumcot (P925/two pounds). Head over to their website to order your own.
For orders, check out Crate2Plate's website.
Looking for fancy fruits from around the world? Look no further than Fruit Loot, which carries special fruit varieties from Australia, New Zealand, U.S.A., Japan, and more. Take your pick from golden dragon fruit (P600/box of six), Skylar cherries (P4,000/two kilograms, P7,800/four kilograms), Valencia oranges (P800/five kilograms, P1,600/10 kilograms, P3,000/20 kilograms), and other premium produce. You can place your orders through their website. They offer next-day delivery around Metro Manila from Monday to Saturday, with cut-off time at 8 p.m.
For orders, check out Fruit Loot's website.
Fruit Cart PH
Fruit Cart PH's owners were inspired to put up this business as young parents who had struggled to find healthy snacks for their baby, and who were often disappointed by the overpriced but low-quality fruits available at the supermarket. You'd be happy to find a short but sweet selection of fruits that include Fuji apples (P170/pack of five), blackberries (P400/170-gram pack), Japanese melon (P480/piece), and more. You can check out their website to order, or send them a message on social media.
Got a random fruit craving? Baytown's Produce offers same-day delivery around the Metro. They have both imported and local fruits and you can check their social media pages for the latest price list. Their current lineup includes fruits like pomegranate (P500/five pieces), Japanese Muscat grapes (P650/pack), Davao avocado (P150/kilogram), and more. Just send them a message on Facebook or Instagram to get your hands on these fruits!
Southern Pantry PH
Living in the South? Here's where you can get your fruit fix: Southern Pantry, which delivers from their hub in Alabang Hills. Expect fruits like Australian seedless oranges (P225/five pieces), U.S. donut peaches (P380/454 grams), Zespri golden kiwi (P125/three pieces), and more. To order, send them a message on social media with your name, address, contact number, order, and method of payment (you can choose between GCash or BPI or BDO bank transfer). They deliver within the Alabang Hills area but they also accept pick-ups via your courier of choice.
Fruit Living has both local and imported fresh and frozen fruits on their lineup. From pluots (P4,550/box of 56) to seedless lychee (P2,200/two kilograms) to local red dragon fruit (P1,300/five kilograms, P2,100/10 kilograms) and Wild Alpine mangoes (P1,100/four pieces, P1,900/eight pieces), they've got you covered. You can check out their website to place your orders; they deliver every Saturday.
For orders, check out Fruit Living's website.
Fruit Warehouse PH
Fruit Warehouse is a direct importer of fresh fruits from around the world and they deliver straight to your doorstep. Their selection changes regularly, but some of the fruits on their current list are big Muscat grapes (P2,550/two kilograms) from Japan, Kylin yellow dragon fruit (P3,550/box of six) from Ecuador, Sunkist Valencia oranges (P2,990/box of 88) from the U.S., and more. Send them a message on social media, or through text or Viber, to get their pricelist and place your orders. They ship for free around the Metro.
Always Fresh PH Fruit Delivery
Check out Always Fresh PH Fruit Delivery for fresh, premium fruits from different parts of the world. Some of the offerings they have are the Vietnam white dragon fruit (P300/two pieces), Cara Cara oranges (300/six pieces), U.S. green apples (P210/six pieces) and U.S. raspberries (P420/pack). They deliver every Monday to Saturday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., and can take care of booking a courier for you-delivery fee goes directly to the rider. You can course payment via bank transfers (BDO or BPI) and GCash.
Dizon Farms' produce is a staple at many supermarkets, and now, you don't have to step out of the houseas they deliver their fruits and vegetables around the Metro. Some of the fruits you can get from their website are lychees (P200/250 grams), New Zealand persimmons (P499/500 grams), Winter dates (P425/250 grams), and Indian mangoes (P70/kilogram). You can log on to their website to place your orders; they accept payments made via credit or debit card, bank transfer, GCash, or cash on delivery.
For orders, check out Dizon Farms' delivery website.
This story originally appeared on Spot.ph.¬†Minor edits have been made by the Yummy.ph editors.
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