Our mission, therefore, is to bring high quality, fresh fruit at a reasonable price. We offer a different fruit every month, all year! Picked at the peak of maturity we take great care in the handling and transportation of your fruit. Connecting superior growers with you is what we do best. Enjoy!
THE FRUIT CLUB DELIVERS GEORGIA PEACHES TO MUNCIE EARLY THIS YEAR!
Summer means fruit season is here!
If you have not heard of them before, THE FRUIT CLUB is a Sioux Falls, SD based distributor of GMO-Free, farm fresh fruit, and delivers in specific areas across the nation. The Fruit Club has announced that their Georgia Peaches are coming early this year due to mother nature. The Fruit Club provides only the best quality fruits from farms and orchards around the country. They have gained mass publicity and many new customers because of their unique business model, which allows their company to sell fresh fruit directly to their customers, eliminating the need for grocery stores and keeps costs low. They take pride in being one of the only companies in the mid-west that offers a new fruit each month, year-round.
“We are always excited to bring our delicious fruit to the Muncie, IN community,” Founder Irina Kleinsasser said. “Being able to provide US grown quality fresh fruit, at an affordable price is something we pride ourselves in.”
The Fruit Club will be in Muncie, IN at Tractor Supply, located on 3601 E McGalliard Rd, from 3:30pm-4:30pm on Tuesday, June 6th.
Anyone who is interested in purchasing peaches for the month of May need to ORDER SOON, as they are a fast selling product.
No membership is required to be a part of The Fruit Club, however, reservations are needed and anyone can order their peaches and upcoming summer fruits through visiting . You can also order by calling or texting 605-377-8679.
The price for a 12 pound box of peaches is $25.00. A larger quantity of 25 pounds costs $45.00.
If you would like more information about The Fruit Club, email email@example.com or call or text 605-377-8679.
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