Terms and Conditions

By viewing our website or purchasing fruit, you agree to the following terms and conditions. People with mango allergies should not eat mangos.  Hawaii and California restrict the shipment of mangos.  We strive to comply with the law, if Buyer is in a state where shipment of mangos is prohibited, then Buyer has the obligation of informing Seller.  Seller only guarantees shipment of the mangos and providing tracking information. Buyer assumes risk of loss, damage, or destruction of the product after the package is transferred to the delivery company. The USPS does not guarantee fruit. The fruit should be opened immediately upon arrival. We will strive to fill orders with our own stock. However, we reserve the right to team with other small local farmers with equivalent quality fruit to fill orders, if the need arises. Florida is prone to hurricanes, if we cannot fill your order, we will return your money.

Any claim or controversy arising from or relating to this agreement shall be settled by binding arbitration administered by the American Arbitration Association ("AAA") under the AAA's Commercial Arbitration Rules, the rules version effective as of the date the demand for arbitration is filed. There shall be one arbitrator. The place of arbitration shall be Palm Beach County, Florida and the arbitration shall be conducted in English. This agreement shall be governed by the laws of the State of Florida, without regard to its conflicts of law principles. Seller's liability shall be limited to three times the fee received from Buyer. The arbitrator shall have no authority to award punitive or other damages not measured by the prevailing party's actual damages, except as may be required by statute. Each party shall bear its own costs, expenses, and/or attorney fees. Each party shall bear an equal share of the arbitrator's fee and/or any administrative fees of arbitration. Judgment on the award rendered by the arbitrator may be entered in any state court having jurisdiction in Palm Beach County, Florida. Notwithstanding any language to the contrary in the contract documents, the Parties agree: that the Underlying Award may be appealed pursuant to the AAA’s Optional Appellate Arbitration Rules (“Appellate Rules”); that the Underlying Award rendered by the arbitrator shall, at a minimum, be a reasoned award; and that the Underlying Award shall not be considered final until after the time for filing the notice of appeal pursuant to the Appellate Rules has expired. Appeals must be initiated within thirty (30) days of receipt of an Underlying Award, as defined by Rule A-3 of the Appellate Rules, by filing a Notice of Appeal with any AAA office. Following the appeal process the decision rendered by the appeal tribunal may be entered in any court having jurisdiction.