Weather Shipping Notice: Due to changing cold weather conditions, we will continue to monitor the weather and ship to all states only as weather allows, especially to the following COLD WEATHER STATES; NE, MN, MI, IA, IN, IL, ND, PA, SD, MT, ID, CO, UT, VT, ME, NH.
IMPORTANT: Please be sure someone is available to receive your fresh fruit order if you know you live in a cold area of the country! Track your packages @ FedEx online tracking services. If FedEx leaves fresh fruit on your doorstep when temperatures are below 32F. degrees, damage can occur to the fruit in just a few hours. Sorry, but we cannot be held responsible for frozen or cold damaged fruit. This applies to ALL methods of shipping!
Honeybells are Tangelos are Minneolas… OK, what does it all mean? It all means juicy, sweet, easy to peel, citrus that is the “Honey” of the “easy peeler” citrus industry! For the sake of “Cit-rical Correctness”, the proper name for them when you get right down to it would be, Minneolas . However, with their extraordinary, intense, sweet and juicy qualities, along with their “bell” like shape, it is easy to see how they got the descriptive nick-name “Honeybell”. These Honeybells are great as gifts for friends and family, or for yourself. They are handy to add in any lunch bag, they make great, healthful snacks anytime, and even kids love these little “gems” for their sweet flavor, ease of peeling, and not to mention how well they fit in little hands. But hurry, Honeybells are only around for a limited time every year!
Honeybells are actually a cross between a Dancy tangerine and a Duncan grapefruit, which would make it…a Minneola. Therefore, please be aware that there are grapefruit properties in this fruit. If you are taking “statin drugs” please ask your doctor if you can safely consume Honeybell Minneolas.
When are Honeybells available?
Honeybells have a rather short harvesting season. They are typically available from JANUARY thru APRIL. Due to their limited availability and short season, annual market pricing will also vary from season to season.
How many pounds of Honeybells do I get in a box?
Pearson Ranch sells it’s Honeybells in 10 pound Quantities. If you would like 20 pounds or more, please call us.
Unless Otherwise Stated, Prices Do NOT Include Shipping!
*A few words about shipping* Pearson Ranch can ship fresh citrus ANYWHERE in the U.S., Including Texas, Louisiana, and Arizona!
**Also please note...occasionally extreme weather conditions (cold or hot), holidays and/or weekends, require us to determine the best possible day to ship your fresh fruit order. If we have to change the shipping date of your order, we will notify you via e-mail or by phone as soon as possible. This is the best way to help ensure the fruit you receive (or send) will be the freshest possible!Our goal is always to grow, pack and ship the very best California Navel Oranges, California Valencia Oranges, and Specialty Citrus you can find anywhere on the planet. Everything we sell comes with a 100% customer satisfaction guarantee! That means we will make every reasonable effort to make you happy with your order, or your money back...guaranteed! Wholesale discounts are available on most items. Some restrictions may apply. Call for details.
CUSTOMER SERVICE HOURS:
Monday-Friday 9:00AM-5:00PM Pacific/California Time
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