As your clients' families gather around their new dining room tables – or the table of someone dear – help them celebrate the start of the Jewish New Year with The Fruit Company's Kosher Fruit Gift Boxes . Packed with the biggest, freshest, unblemished fruit. Finally a perfect gift to welcome the sweet year ahead! Have a gift delivered directly to your clients' homes on Erev Rosh Hashana (Erev refers to the day before the Rosh Hashana rather than the evening of it). If it is easier, you can also have it delivered to your office and deliver it in person along with a honey dish set and a lovely hand written New Year greeting card.
Apples and Honey Gift Box
Order this thoughtful Apples and Honey Gift Box today so it will be delivered on time and to avoid the overnight delivery charge You will be able to choose your delivery date upon check-out. Remember this year Erev Rosh Hashana, is on Sunday September 29, 2019. Yom Kippur Break the Fast is on Wednesday October 9, 2019.
One last thing – keep in mind that kosher fruit gifts are not just for Rosh Hashana. They are a great gift for any client any day of the year especially, during apple season. We should know – we have given and received gifts from The Fruit Company on numerous occasions.
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Chocolate Dipped Apple Gifts
We love serving chocolate dipped apples for dessert on the high holidays and have the hardest time finding fresh delicious apples dipped and drizzled in premium Belgian white, dark and milk chocolate. Finally, issue solved.
GiftTree offers two honey gifts. The first is both practical and delicious. It includes two jars of raw Oregon honey presented with a smooth and supple olive wood honey dipper. The gift is then arranged lovingly in GiftTree's signature gift box.
And these next three honey gifts are all truly WOW gifts. And would add a very fun element to your New Year celebration – a honey tasting! Compare each with the traditional grocery store honey (we always buy the bear)
Wishing you and yours a good and sweet new year! L'Shana Tova!
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