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Q: Has anyone used Celine's fruit shop to order import fruit in Shanghai?

My friend recommend me to use Celine's Fruit Shop to order import fruit. Said it's very good quality, much cheaper than most of shop, eg. city shop, YHD. And provide quality assurance. But order should be in bulk, e.g. 10kgs US cherry.

 

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Have you been try?

5 years 7 weeks ago in  Food  - Shanghai

 
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LOL spam.

 

But what's the purpose of importing fruits? If there's one thing in China that is safe to eat (after you washed it) it's fruits and vegetables. Things to avoid are processed food and especially milk but raw fruits and veggies are alright you won't get sick from it.

 

Also if you can buy imported beef it will be better, Chinese make good pork but China-grown beef is awful.

 

You don't want to import lettuce too?

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I thought that was a gay escort service?

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Who doesn't buy cherries in bulk, like 10kg at a time?  I will certainly "have been try" it. no  

 

Please delete rickyjcj's account, admin. 

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wait..let me get 2 points plzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

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Not very good for the environment.

 

Think of the food miles.....

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