Partner Farms

Organic Fuyu Persimmons

Size

Light and hardy, these bright and delicious fall fruits resemble a tomato in shape and size. Fuyu persimmons add a subtle sweetness to any salad or side dish; they are rich in vitamin A and a good source for vitamin C. First introduced to America by Japanese farmers who settled in California more than 100 years ago, persimmons have increasingly gotten more popular over the years. Try eating them fresh out of hand or pair them with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. The Fuyus are firm and mildly sweet when they aren't fully ripe but sweeten incredibly if allowed to ripen on your kitchen counter. We partner with other organic farms to bring you the best Fuyu Persimmons.

Contents

  • 3lbs = Approx. 6 fruits
  • 5lbs = Approx. 12 fruits
  • 10lbs = Approx. 24 fruits

Details

Fruit: Persimmons 
Variety: Fuyu
Farm: Partner Farms

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Our commitment to the planet means that we offset the climate impact of every order with carbon-neutral shipping which supports projects that offset the emissions of the shipment's transport.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 58 reviews
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Cory Nomura

Sent as a gift and recipient said some fruit were overripe when the arrived.

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Clairemac
It was bought as a Christmas gift.

I know it was delivered in a timely manner and was told by the recipient that it was good.

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Harman
Too ripe

They were a bit too ripe upon arrival so didn’t last too long. But delicious!

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Sandra Kunsberg
Gifts for family

Sent 5 lbs. of Fuyu persimmons to my son’s girlfriend. She loved them — fresh and for coking.

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Cindy H
Delicious but too soft

These persimmons were well-packed and arrived in good shape, but they were already softly ripe (I prefer mine a little firm). Because there were several in the 5-lb box, I had to freeze them so they wouldn't turn to mush before I could eat them all. The good news is that they can be frozen whole and eaten partially frozen like a fruit ice, but I would have much preferred them firm and unfrozen.

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