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3-Month Signature Light Fruit-of-the-Month Club® Collection (Begins October)

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A $79.89 value


The Signature Light Collection is the original Fruit-of-the-Month Club® Collection lineup with a smaller amount of fruit. Perfect for couples or kids away at college.

You couldn't always get fresh fruit year-round. Especially if you didn't live where it grew. That's why Harry and David found a way to ship the finest fruit all over the country with the Fruit-of-the-Month Club® Collections. A new favorite fruit handpicked and delivered fresh each month makes the perfect gift for anyone.
  • OCT: Royal Riviera® Pears (approx. 5 pears, 2 lb 12 oz)
  • NOV: Seasonal apples (approx. 5-6 apples, 2 lb 4 oz)
  • DEC: Royal Riviera® Pears (approx. 5 pears, 2 lb 12 oz)

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Dad's delight

By Anonymous

from Bay Area, CA

Comments about Harry & David 3-Month Signature Light Fruit-of-the-Month Club® Collection (Begins October):

Since I sent this to my dad, who lives 500 miles away, I do not know exact details. All I know is that when each box arrives I get a thank you phone call from a very elated octogenarian!

Highly recommend doing this for one's beloved parents.

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    What type of fruit are honeybells?
    Asked on 10/10/2012 by suz from Buckner,MO

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      Suz, the name “Honeybell” is the term Cushman’s applies to their cultivar of a Mineola tangelo. It is a cross between a Dancy Tangerine and a Duncan Grapefruit. For more information on Honeybell’s please visit this link:

      Answered on 10/12/2012 by Customer Care from Medford OR
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