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September 23, 2015.
HoneyPots for the 2015 season are no longer available.
Please visit us next year around the middle of July.
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Sample customer comments:
“UHM, UHM, OH MY, UHM….” – Frank, senior citizen in an Assisted Living Complex
“Thank you! Man, those figs are DYNAMITE! Taste great!” -TC
“OMG! I just received the best tasting and largest figs I’ve had in years. Thank you so much it’s a gift :)” – Souha
Fresh Figs $.80 each
I normally ship via USPS PRIORITY MAIL, but upon request, I will ship UPS or FedEx. When UPS or FedEx shipping is desired, arrangements for those transactions may be made by calling me at 805-794-6439.
To efficiently manage shipping costs to you, I ship via USPS FLAT RATE PRIORITY MEDIUM BOX (up to 48 figs–approx) $13.00 S&H, and for the LARGE Flat rate BOX (49 to 72 figs–4 to 6 lb capacity) $18.00 S&H. The fruit price is $0.80 per fig. The minimum order is 24 figs and maximum order is 72. To minimize shipping costs, I recommend ordering either 48 or 72 figs.
My HoneyPots are a very delicate fruit to begin with, and since they have not treated with any anti-spoilage chemical, their shelf life is shorter than store-bought product and can only withstand being sealed in a box a maximum of 3 days. As a result, spoilage in transit that takes longer than 2 days is possible.
Therefore, given the delicate nature of the figs, as you can understand, all transactions are final and non-refundable in their entirety. It’s recommended that prior to ordering you should check with your local USPS or visit https://www.usps.com/priority-mail/map/ to find out how long it takes to deliver a package from Zip code 91320 to your doorstep, as I will not be responsible for spoilage under any circumstance. To assure that figs arrive in reasonably good shape, I ship only to the Continental US, and US Military with APO, etc. etc…
A little more info on my figs
The trees and fruit are JUST LIKE God created them. My trees are the same now as they were thousands of years ago. They have never been sprayed with anything. No sprays or chemical of any kind ever got close to the trees and the fruit is not processed. In fact, to maximize freshness, taste, and nutritional value, I personally pick the fruit at its peak of maturity, pack it, cool it for several hours, and deliver it to the post office just minutes before they scan it for delivery to your doorstep.
These beauties are not those tiny little tasteless figs you buy in the store. The picture reflects the approximate size and type of fig, referred to as Kadota’s. Italians call them “fichi bianche” and they taste delicious. In fact, the original tree came from Southern Italy. They are so sweet that our family calls them Honey Pots. You can pop them in your mouth just as they are or you can peel them, either way, they’re a superior tasting treat for just $0.80 per fig plus shipping at the link here. Minimum purchase is 24 figs (approx 2 to 3 lbs); and maximum purchase is 72 figs (about 5 to 6 lbs).
MY FIGS FREEZE WELL and make an excellent frozen treat during the rest of the year. Call us at (805) 794-6439 with your questions.
If you store the fruit in the containers they come in, refrigerate them at 38 F to 40 F, and relative humidity below 40%, they will last up to 10 days. If the refer is between 34F and 36F they may last as long as 30 days.
Fresh ripe, Honeypot figs delivered directly to your door . These figs are picked at the peak of their taste. Our customers tell us they love them and we sell out each season! Suggest that you put in your order early.
The price is $.80/fig
$13.00 shipping up to 4 lbs (about 48 figs) and $18.00 from 4+ to 5 lbs.,
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