Giving the Gift of Food

Gifting food may seem impersonal – after all, it is a one-time use gift – but it doesn’t have to be. Many cultures exchange foodstuffs as a way of showing honor and strengthening the community. With a bit of time and thought, your gift of food can be the highlight of someone’s holiday season!

Wine & Spirits

Looking for something to get the co-worker whose name you drew in the office gift swap? With a little bit of research, it shouldn’t be too hard to find out their alcoholic beverage of choice. If they don’t partake, there are plenty of sparkling ciders available. The important thing is that you’ve given them something to enjoy away from the office grind.

Box of Chocolate

We’ll spare you the cliched quote even though it’s true. A box of chocolates offers so much variety – dark chocolate; milk chocolate; white chocolate; nuts or without; crème, fruit, or caramel filled — it’s sure to please any sweet tooth.

Gift Baskets

Gift baskets are one-stop shopping for holiday presents, and each come with their own set of unique benefits. Seasonal fruit baskets are often beautifully arranged and smell delicious. An assortment of jams and jellies can be enjoyed long after the holiday season is over.

May We Suggest…

Of course, you can make your own gift basket for an extra special personal touch. Original Pretzel Crisps® go well with a variety of candies, nuts, and other bite-sized snacks. Try this S’more Holiday Bag featuring Original Pretzel Crisps®, peppermint bark, and marshmallow treats.

For a savory gift, try this Fruit and Nut Mix from Oh Joy! We partnered with them to create two tasty, thoughtful gifts featuring Pretzel Crisps® and other yummy ingredients. This unique trail mix includes candied ginger, shredded coconut, almond slices, and more.