4 Fresh Fruits You Can Order in Bulk Right Now

By That's, November 18, 2019

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Everybody wants to be just a tiny bit healthier and consuming the right number of daily nutrients is the way to do that. Fruit is not only a great source of antioxidants and essential vitamins, it’s also a lower-calorie natural alternative to processed snacks that basically amount to sweetened cardboard for all the nutritional value they provide. Sadly, it’s a busy world and not everybody can make it to the fruit stand every week. Fortunately thMart has got your back with these sweet and juicy delights, which can be delivered straight to your doorstep in bulk right now.

1. Passion Fruit (2.5kg)

RMB41

Passion Fruit
Image via thMart

Passion fruits are full of antioxidants and fiber, and also pack a powerful punch of succulent flavor. For those of you with those sour-sweet passion fruit cravings, make sure to take advantage of this excellent thMart deal. 

Get a full 2.5-kilogram pack of these Guangxi-grown passion fruits shipped to your home or office for just RMB41. That gets you roughly 38 pieces of this tasty fruit!

Passion Fruit
Image via thMart

2. Vietnamese Honey Mango (4kg)

RMB48.50

Mango
Image via thMart

These mouthwatering mangos arrive fresh from Vietnam to your door. Both sweet and juicy, they make the perfect snack after a busy day.

Plus, you can’t beat this thMart deal on quality and price. Get a 4-kilogram pack of these honey mangos delivered right to your door for just RMB48.50. That gets you around 20 pieces of this irresistible fruit!

Mango

Mango

Mango
Images via thMart

3. Sichuan Orange (2.5kg)

RMB35

Oranges
Image via thMart

These awesome oranges are packed with plenty of vitamin C and citrusy goodness. They are an excellent choice for a school snack or to squeeze into a glass of fresh orange juice. 

Purchase a bulk order of these amazing oranges for just RMB35 on thMart. Each 2.5-kilogram order comes with 14 to 16 delicious Sichuan-grown oranges. 

Oranges

Oranges

Oranges

Oranges
Images via thMart

4. Sichuan Apple (4kg)

RMB43

Apple
Image via thMart

They say an apple a day keeps the doctor away. And just in time for the chilly weather, these fresh, crisp apples are full of vitamins to give your immune system that extra boost so that you can keep cold and flu season at bay. They’re just what you need to keep the kids in school and the family healthy.

Grab a full 4-kilogram pack of these Sichuan-grown apples shipped directly to your address of choice for just RMB43. Each order gets you approximately 22 pieces of this tasty fruit!

Apples

Apples
Images via thMart


thMart WeChat Mini Program

thMart is a one-stop online shopping platform that lets customers buy a range of products seamlessly, from anywhere, on the go, with shipping available across China. And now you can order your favorite items easily from WeChat with our brand new Mini Program!

Scan the code below to start using the thMart WeChat Mini Program.

thMart Mini Program

For business opportunities, please email us at thmart@urbanatomy.com.


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