Corporate Gift

Kosher Corporate Gift Baskets

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I think it’s November. The weather the past week or two haven’t been indicative of the time of year we are currently in, but my calendar says November, which means Holiday season is around the corner.
Thanksgiving is earlier than usual this year, which means we need to start compiling our lists already. All those people that we need to send Holiday Gifts to as an expression of our appreciation. As a kosher consumer, I need to send a holiday gift basket that is kosher but doesn’t compromise on style or function. Kosher has come so far over the years, the stereotypical kosher gift package has been archived in the annals of history. Even for our customers that don’t eat strictly kosher themselves, sending a kosher gift basket ensures that all the recipients of your largesse will be able to partake. Your thoughtfulness will be appreciated!
Only Kosher Candy (www.onlykoshercandy.com) has rolled out their 2015 lineup of Kosher Gift Baskets, and it is worthy of strutting down the gift basket catwalks of the world.
Whether you need to dazzle your big clients, show appreciation to your staff, or send that obligatory gift basket to your bank you will find something for everyone at Only Kosher Candy.

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“Chocolate Inspiration” Kosher Gift Basket

My personal favorite is the Chocolate Inspiration
16 of my favorite milk chocolate bars presented in a Lucite box with a daily dose of inspiration affixed to each chocolate bar. It takes all the guilt out of indulging!

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“Tasteful Tea Trio” Kosher Gift Basket

 

 

As a tea aficionado I was super excited to find the line of exquisite gourmet teas by Tea Forte (www.teaforte.com) Packaged with our Kosher soft milk caramels and Savannah Bea gourmet tea honey our Tasteful Tea Trio Kosher Gift Basket  is exquisitely presented and an exciting gift to receive.

 

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“A Step Above” Kosher Gift Basket

 

 

 

If you’re looking to make a statement, check out this gift …
A Step Above is truly a step above. Stand out in the crowd with this modern acrylic tray filled with “designer” hancdcrafted kosher delicacies. Peanut chews with chocolate designs imprinted ontop of them, nut brittle smothered in dark chocolate and gourmet biscotti with an assortment of toppings, make this Kosher Gift Basket a true feast for the eye and palette.

 

 

 

There’s more where these came from…. Visit Only Kosher Candy’s corporate gift basket page to view their full selection of amazing Corporate Kosher Gift Baskets.
Of course, bulk orders are treated with special consideration so don‘t hesitate to call to find out what Only Kosher Candy can offer in regards to customization and special bulk pricing.

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Rosh Hashana Gifts

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I grew up with this ditty and now my kids are coming home singing it too:

“Dip the apple, in the honey, make a bracha loud and clear.  L’Shana Tova Umetukah, Have a happy sweet new year!”

What is the significance of honey?  What is the significance of an apple?  Nothing in Judaism is “just because”.  Every tradition has been honored through the generations and has deep meaning.   We eat sweet foods to express our fervent desire that the new year should be sweet with goodness and happiness.  We customarily refrain from sharp, bitter and sour foods to keep this theme of sweetness at the fore.   The reason we specifically use the apple is quite deep and esoteric and a number of interesting reasons are brought down on Aish.com’s website (http://www.aish.com/h/hh/rh/guide/Apples_and_Honey.html)

Here at Only Kosher Candy (www.onlykoshercandy.com) we take the business of apples and honey very seriously.  Wishing family and friends a happy Jewish new year shows our loved ones that we value our relationship and wish them only future goodness and happiness.  This is portrayed with our selection of sweet holiday gift packages.  I will highlight a few here in this blog, please visit our website for a full listing of Rosh Hashana gift baskets.

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Apple Shaped Honey Basket

 

The Apple Shaped Honey Basket is only $21.50 and includes a gold filigree apple shaped basket filled with artisan honey from Savannah Bee.  The filler candies are honey flavored chewy salt water taffies.  A truly tasteful and appropriate way to wish Happy New Year.

 

 

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Apples ‘n Honey Bucket

 

 

 

If you’re more of a country style person then this next gift basket is for you.
Beautifully displayed in a red bucket are: Savannah Bee’s Wildflower Honey, Matt’s Munchies apple flavored snacks and Apple look-alike gumballs.  All wrapped up and ready to go with a wooden honey dipper included.

 

 

 

If you’re looking for something a little different, then this whimsical bee motif jute bag is for you.  A three compartment bag with wooden handles displaying Savannah Bee’s Honey for Tea, Dried Kiwis and Jelly Fruit Slices.  Priced at $25 you can send one to your in-law’s, your librarian and your doctor and spread the good wishes.

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Triple Bee Bag

 

 

There are plenty more baskets in all price ranges to be found on Only Kosher Candy’s website http://www.onlykoshercandy.com. In addition to the extensive selection, the prices are low and the service is high. Wishing you and your family a new year full of health, happiness and peace.

Customize Your Corporate Gift Baskets

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Custom Gift Basket

A year ago I was at the bank waiting for a customer service rep to be available. I felt like everyone was too busy to assist me. I waited forever, and the interaction was brusque and impersonal. I decided to do an experiment and sent a corporate gift basket to my local branch. I made sure to send a large size card prominently displayed in the front with my logo on it. I wanted to impress upon them that this was from me and my company. The only way to do that is with visuals. The next time I came in, I was treated like a visiting celebrity! “Hi Mr. X, how can we help you today?” there were lots of smiles and chatting and the experience was a complete turnaround from my prior experience. Read the rest of this entry »