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Expedited Delivery service available for last minute shoppers

If you wish, Expedited Delivery service is available. While we are happy to comply with anyone’s wishes to utilize Expedited Delivery, there are some things that you need to understand before spending a lot of money for the service.
Firstly, Expedited Delivery is very expensive!

Secondly, Expedited Delivery, as defined by all carriers, means delivery within 2 to 3 business days to major metropolitan areas and not necessarily to more rural areas. Delivery to small towns could take 3 to 5 business days.

Overnight Delivery means 1-2 days to major metropolitan areas and longer to rural areas.

Thirdly, carriers do not guarantee that they will actually deliver overnight or within 2 to 3 days, even to major metropolitan areas. If they don’t get it there in the time you expected they just say “Sorry” and there are no refunds.

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Shipping Schedule

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We are experiencing a problem with our shopping cart provider. Please call our 800 number to order fruit and gifts.

You will get updated prices from our order taking team.

Thank you for your understanding.

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Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.


Available Varieties

Please ask our order takers for information of the fresh fruit of the season



Ruby Red Grapefruit

We will not be able to ship CITRUS to Arizona, California, Hawaii, Louisiana, Nevada, Texas, if Deluxe items are added to the gift. We also cannot ship to American Samoa, Guam, Northern Mariana Island, Puerto Rico, or the Virgin Islands

Florida OrangeWho is Florida-Citrus.com? We have generated a separate information section that tells about who we are, the Grove, and some of the history of our Family Citrus business. Please click on the Orange to go to the information page.

Please take a look around the site as we have much to offer in Speciality Citrus fruits, and Citrus gift boxes and baskets. We have Citrus varieties encompassing, Hamlin Oranges, Navel Oranges, Early Tangerines, Ruby Red Grapefruit, Temple Oranges or Ortaniques, HoneyBell Tangelos, Baby Bell Tangelos, Honey Tangerines, and Valencia Oranges. We ship fresh from our trees to your table.

We laid out the Florida-Citrus catalog in a manner we hope is pleasing and easy for you to use. The Information Center is the Navigation hub for the site. Check our General Information section for frequently asked questions about Internet commerce, Credit Card safety and Citrus in general.

Florida Citrus has many varieties, some which ripen starting in November (Navels, Tangerines, and Hamlins) and as the varieties change the season ends around June (Valencias and Honey Tangerines). Citrus which is in season will be available for order. If it is not ready or out of season the page will tell you or we will send you an Email letting you know about your particular fruit order availability. We also have an early selection of Fall-Glo Tangerines that are ripe in October and shipped via UPS.

Please take a moment to bookmark this page and come back often as we will be updating availability information, Seasonal specials, and current grove activities.
Let us know what you think about the site and if you have any questions about what we do drop us a line at t.mack@florida-citrus.com

Contact us At E-mail: t.mack@florida-citrus.com
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Lakeland, Florida 33813
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Updated November 28, 2017