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Frequently Asked Questions

What varieties of Florida Citrus are available?

Varieties vary by time of season and Gift Fruit Shipper availability. The many varieties of Florida Oranges and Grapefruit ripen at different times of the year, typically from mid-November to April. Varieties will also vary by Gift Fruit Shipper availability. Some of the most popular varieties grown in Florida include oranges, grapefruit, and tangerines. Honeybell Tangelos are a very popular variety only offered in January. Visit a Florida Gift Fruit Shipper to inquire about current availability.

How do I place an order?

Find a list of Florida Gift Fruit Shippers on the main page of this site. Choose a gift fruit shipper and click through to their individual page to place your order.

How do I receive free shipping?

Many Florida Gift Fruit Shippers participate in a coupon program that offers free shipping. The free shipping offer is limited to one time use and Standard Ground Delivery within the Continental U.S. up to $10.99 on any chosen gift. Find a participating shipper and use coupon code SHIPFREE. Some exclusions may apply. It is important to note that each individual Florida Gift Fruit Shipper is responsible for their own promotions.

Where can I find the nearest Florida Citrus grove stand?

There is a drop-down option on the main page that allows you to customize location and experience type, including visiting a grove stand. Choose these options and allow the filter to locate the grove stands closest to you.

What is the nutrient content of fresh Florida Citrus?

Florida Oranges, Tangerines and Grapefruit are:

  • Saturated fat free
  • Sodium free
  • Cholesterol free
  • Fat free

Orange: 1 whole (medium) orange (146 g)

“High, rich in, excellent source” “Good source, contains, provides” “Has, includes, contributes to”
Vitamin C (73% DV) Fiber (13% DV)
Thiamin, B1 (13% DV)
Folate (6% DV)
Potassium (5% DV)
Vitamin B2 (5% DV)
Calcium (5% DV)

*Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet. FDA rounding rules applied when calculating percent DV based upon 2018 rules. USDA SR28 database entry 09203 was used for calculating % DV.

Tangerine: 1 whole (medium) tangerine (88 g)

“High, rich in, excellent source” “Has, includes, contributes to”
Vitamin C (27% DV)
Fiber (7% DV)
Thiamin, B1 (4% DV)
Vitamin B6 (4% DV)
Folate (4%)
Vitamin A (3%)

*Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet. FDA rounding rules applied when calculating percent DV based upon 2018 rules. USDA SR28 database entry 09203 was used for calculating % DV.

Grapefruit: ½ grapefruit (both red/pink and white)

“High, rich in, excellent source” “Has, includes, contributes to”
Vitamin C (50% DV)
Fiber (5% DV)
Potassium (4% DV)
Thiamin, B1 (4%)
Vitamin A (pink/red only) 2%

*Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet. FDA rounding rules applied when calculating percent DV based upon 2018 rules. USDA SR28 database entry 09203 was used for calculating % DV.