questionswho has the best fruit baskets?

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Of course, I don't know where you are; that makes it difficult to tell if a fruit shipment could reach you by Christmas. Having said that, a card saying that one is on the way is always doable I have had good luck with wwww.nokomisgroves.com and the delicious honeybells are available only in January which would be appropriate for a promise.

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Harry and David (http://www.harryanddavid.com/) is pretty popular; a friend's family gets some of their pears every year and swears they're the best ever. I've also liked everything I've had from them.

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@klozitshoper: thanks for link. We are overseas, but are shipping to eastern US. It does not have to be there by 12.25, just the end of the year. Honeybells are a great idea and a promise of more presents to come - fantastic!

@cityonthesea: Ty! I will check them out also. It is good to hear of positive experiences.

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If it can be fresh cut fruit rather than whole, I think Edible Arrangements are great. I have samples a couple of them and they were outstanding - great taste and beautiful to look at!

http://www.ediblearrangements.com/Default.aspx?utm_campaign=PPC&utm_medium=CPCs&utm_source=Google&utm_content=&utm_term=edible%20arrangement