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At this time of the year, we want to celebrate and connect with those who are special to us. And after the year we've just had, this will be more important than ever.

As always, we at Pittman & Davis want your items to arrive on time, fresh, and perfect. To help us make things less stressful for you and to ensure you get the most out of your holiday celebration, we encourage our customers to:

  1. Plan ahead. Product demand is expected to be very high this year. Shop now before the gifts you most want to give are sold out.
  2. Order early. The nation's delivery services are anticipating delays this holiday season due to increased volume, so pre-order your gifts to ensure they arrive on time.
  3. Deliver early. Pittman & Davis and our shipping couriers are experiencing higher than normal volumes this holiday season. Rest assured that your gift will arrive on time. We will be starting to pack Christmas orders on the first of December to ensure every gift arrives before the holidays.

If you're concerned that early ordering and delivery will hurt the quality of your gift, please let us reassure you: At Pittman & Davis we don't start picking your fruit until your order is ready to be shipped, so it's always as fresh as possible when it arrives. Since first established in 1926, Pittman & Davis has worked hard to make sure our customers are 100% satisfied with our exclusive gourmet food gifts and hand-picked fruit. Citrus stays fresh in your fridge for weeks, and our easy tips for proper storage will ensure that your fruit will be as perfect for your holidays as it was on the day it arrived.
Thank you so much for your business. Being on your gift list means a lot to us at Pittman & Davis, and we are committed to delivering your gifts safely and keeping you notified every step of the way. Together, we will do everything we can to ensure your holiday is as special and full of cheer as possible.

Wishing you and your family a very healthy & joyous holiday season.