To order please go here: https://www.smithfarms.com/order/
Shipping Information below.
All USPS mail will be handled by Stamps.com, their sub-contractor
Please look for an email from stamps.com which will let you know your order has shipped. Thanks.
#1) USPS Tracking is not totally exact. I hand in the package here in Honaunau on Hawaii island about 8 am. The package then goes to Honolulu on Oahu island. Sometimes it lingers there for no good reason. Tracking often does not reflect the movement afterward so it appears the package has only left Honolulu. Some packages get delivered and the Tracking never shows that result. egads.
#2) Despite the term “3 Day Priority”, it isn’t. We live on an outer island and it takes a day to get to the main Post Office in Honolulu.
#3) Most of our packages arrive within 5 days Some without any indication of movement on the USPS site, so apologies to you, but don’t lose hope.
USPS Priority Flat Rate Envelope- Shipping + Handling
Can hold from a half pound of roasted up to 3 pounds of green
Canada/Mexico $28.10 ??-unsure
other International -$34.70 and up???-unsure
USPS Priority Flat Rate Medium Box -Shipping + Handling
Can hold from 3 pounds of roasted to a Bulk (5#) Bag and up to 10 pounds of green
Canada/Mexico – $52.90-?? unsure
other International– $73.75 ??-unsure
USPS Priority Flat Rate Large Box Shipping +Handling
Can hold more than 5 pounds of roasted coffee, up to 2 Bulk (5#) bags or 10 pounds of green
other International – $99.25 and up??-unsure
Warning: We have found that International packages take longer than the 6-10 days. We process your order as quickly as we can but once your package is in the hands of the International postal carriers, we have absolutely no control. Feel free to ask in the Comments box, for USPS Express International (more expensive, naturally), if you want to get it asap. I will give you a quote.
You are buying premium, gourmet and valuable Fresh Roasted 100% Kona Coffee. We roast the day before we send it. We are always happy to send it via the method YOU want!
Your choices for shipping will have to be ONE of these Two Services:
#1-USPS Priority via stamps.com- cheapest-
USPS Priority means it takes 4-5 days within the US.(see caution note above)
Two roasted pounds or 3 green pounds and less will go via USPS Priority Mail Flat Rate Envelope for $9.15
More than 2 roasted pounds and more than 3 pounds of green beans, up to 5 lbs of roasted coffee and up to 10 pounds of green go in USPS Priority Mail Flat Rate Medium box for $15.50
More than 5 lbs of roasted coffee will go in a USPS Priority Mail Flat Rate LARGE box for $21.05
#2 OR – FedEx-usually fastest
please read this: https://www.fedex.com/en-us/shipping/current-rates.html
about 22+$ for 5 Pounds
about 21+$ for 2 or 3 pounds
You can see the choices and change your mind on the Order Form
We do love International orders but the postage is higher.
If you are ordering for an International address, please fill out my order form as well as you can AND in the “COMMENTS” section- please write out the complete address. I will use that complete address in mailing your package. Please include your telephone number because International mail asks for it. If there is trouble delivering your package, I assume:) they will call you or me if they have your telephone number.
What can fit in a USPS Priority Flat Rate envelope no matter where it goes?
- 1 or 2 pound bags of our roasted coffee or up to 3 pounds of green
- We believe in shipping green/unroasted coffee via USPS Priority Mail Flat Rate system. We can fit 3 pounds of green/unroasted beans shipped within the US for that same $8.45
- We can fit 3 pounds of green/unroasted beans in an USPS International Flat Rate Envelope to Canada and Mexico,etc.
What doesn’t fit in a USPS Priority Flat Rate envelope?
More than 2 pounds of our roasted coffee, no more green/unroasted than I write above.
Hope that helps!
Fed Ex has removed this drop-off for some reason and now we need to drive a few more miles to the next FedEx drop-off. Oh well.
Not available for Canada/International due to high “tariffs” that FedEx seemingly charges which are almost equal to the value of the contents.
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