Staying in the pink of health with The Fruit Hut

We consume a variety of fruits every day for maintenance of good health. So when Best in Singapore asked if we would like to try out some fruits from The Fruit Hut, I agreed without hesitation. 

The Fruit Hut
What I ordered

At The Fruit Hut, you are spoilt for choice because you can choose from over 80 varieties of Premium Grade A+ fruit from farms over the world. There’s also 2-hour delivery if you need your fruit urgently. What I like most about them is their 100% Replacement Guarantee so you never have to worry about wasting your money on a bad fruit. So if you’ve received a bad fruit and need a replacement, just go on the live chat with them with images of the fruit. Also, get $20 off your next order should your delivery be late. They really put in a lot of effort in their post-sales customer service, something I find that not many companies are willing to do.

You see, I actually ordered a punnet of jumbo blueberries but they turned out to be mini ones. So when I went on the live chat with the customer service, they checked the order and realised that the wrong blueberries had been sent to me. But as the current stock was not fresh and they didn’t intend to sell them, they said they would only replace the blueberries when the stock is good because they don’t want to sell less than top notch fruit. Now, I really like this attitude!

Let’s move on to what I actually bought. The Australia Sapphire Moon Drop Grapes and CHN Muscat Nectar Grapes didn’t disappoint – crunchy and succulent.

Photo credit: Owari Photography
Photo credit: Owari Photography

The New Zealand Zespri Golden Sweet Kiwi were delicious too. The AUS Extra-large Royal Nectarine were not particularly sweet but had a nice fragrance and were firm.

Photo credit: Owari Photography

The Israel Ruby Pomegranate were sourish, but still ok. The Brunei Premium Melts Musk Melon (Japan-breed) was juicy but not as sweet as I’d hoped. What we loved most were the small blueberries that had been delivered wrongly and the MYS Tambun Pomelo (no link at the time of writing). As they only had one Tambun Pomelo left, they called me to ask if they could replace the other with a different pomelo. The Tambun Pomelo turned out to be awesome. It was so sweet, juicy and refreshing with completely no bitter aftertaste. The other pomelo was so-so though. What a pity I couldn’t have both Tambun pomelos because of the high demand at that time (Mid-Autumn Festival).

The Fruit Hut

Overall, our experience with The Fruit Hut has been pleasant. They have 8 storage units island-wide and each unit has its own cold room, so you can be assured that the fruits you receive are fresh and can reach you within 2 hours, should there be a need. There’s free island-wide delivery with orders above $60. Apart from fruits, you can also purchase fruit gift baskets for various occasions, cut fruits and juices. If buying online is not your cup of tea, you can visit them at their shop too to pick out your own fruits.

Main Store Address:
19 Lorong 12 Geylang
Singapore 398999

Opening hours: 10am – 10pm

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Disclosure: All opinions are mine. No monetary compensation was received.

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