Christmas is just around the corner and the holiday cheer can be felt all throughout the world. It’s the season of gift-giving and as early as November, children nagged their parents for their presents under the tree hoping their wishes are granted this year. If you have a lot of money to spare, give as much as you can afford but if money is tight, you can be practical and give something that is useful and economical, such as Delta Food gift hampers.
Big companies give away vacation treats abroad to deserving employees; others prefer gift vouchers or cash incentive bonuses. In recent years, the idea of giving gift hampers replaced the expensive giveaways. A Christmas hamper carries items for a Christmas Eve dinner such ingredients for spaghetti- a kilo of pasta, a can of tomato paste, cheese and maybe bacon and ham.
This gift idea relieves the stress of thinking what to prepare for the occasion and helps extend your grocery budget. Here are some items you can organize in your own hamper:
- Condiments such as tomato ketchup, hot sauce, oyster sauce, and Worcestershire sauce
- Pasta such as spaghetti noodles, shell macaroni, penne pasta, and lasagna pasta
- Canned goods such as evaporated milk, sweetened milk, tomato paste, sterilized cream, tomato sauce, canned peas or button mushrooms
- Different mixes such as instant soup powder, marinade mix, and barbecue sauce
- Party snacks such as a bag of chips, nuts, and candies; throw in a bottle of sparkling wine for good measure
- A box of cheese, a slab of butter, a bottle of honey, mayonnaise or a jar of sandwich spread (jelly or peanut butter)
- Different kinds of chocolates, a bag of nougats or caramel, mints, and lollipops
- Cold cuts such as ham, bacon, sausages, hot dogs, and meatloaf
- Personal care items such as shampoo, body wash, bath soap, lotion, powder, cotton buds, and bath towel
Delta Food gift hampers are a blessing, not to mention a relief. Think about how much money you can save. To give such kind of gift during this holiday season is a much-appreciated gesture. Truly the spirit of Christmas lives in you.