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Australian Mango 3.3kg
(8-11 mangoes : Japan Delivery Only)

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Kensington Pride
( AU$165.00 )


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Mango Delivery Service for 2020 - 2021 is closed.


This season, sales were made in a situation where it was difficult to secure inventory due to the reduction in air freight flights, and unfortunately the acceptance of order is closed earlier than usual. Thank you for your many orders.

Please refer following delivery season.

Cultivar : Kensington Pride

[Delivery Term]
Mid in Dec 2020 to Mid in Jan 2021

$165
* Price includes delivery fee.
* We are unable to deliver to some part of Japan.
Cultivar : Mutchilba (Keitt)

Not available in this season. Sorry.



* Price includes delivery fee.
* We are unable to deliver to some part of Japan.
* There is $16.00 of an extra delivery fee to Okinawa in Japan.
* It is a fresh fruit handled service therefore ETA may possibly be delayed.
* No delivery during New Year's Holiday.
* [UNABLE DELIVERY CITIES AND AREAS]
[Hokkaido] Rishiri, Renbun / [Tokyo] Izu Islands, Aogashima, Ogasawara / [Nagasaki] Tsushima / [Kagoshima] Amami, Oshima, Kagoshima, Kumage Yakushima Kushinoerabu / [Okinawa] Shimajiri Kitadaitou , Minamidaitou, Yaeyama

Kensington Pride
Made in Australia
'Kensington Pride' fruit average around a 500 grams in weight at maturity. They are ovate in shape and have a rounded apex, generally lacking a beak. The skin colour is yellow, developing some red blush. The flesh is yellow, with moderate fibre, and has a sweet and spicy flavour. The fruit contains a polyembryonic seed.
Mutchilba (Keitt)
Made in Australia
The fruit is comparatively large, some reaching up to several kilos in weight. They are of ovoid shape with a rounded apex lacking a beak. The skin colour is typically green with some light red blush. The flesh has fibres, tangy and sweet, with a monoembryonic seed. The fruit generally has good disease resistance, and typically ripens from February until early in March in Queensland, making it one of the more valued late-season varieties.

* Only delivery season is available to request to keep mango freshness for the best condition.