Tuesday, November 30, 2010

The Best 5 Items to Include in Your Christmas Hamper

By Gemma Haynes

When looking into christmas delivery gifts buying hampers this Christmas either as a thank you for working with other companies or just to a love one, its difficult to know what to include in such a package that will be universally liked. The best thing to do is to stick with the products that are loved and that will usually be appreciated by all. The following are all expected to go down well with their target audiences:

1. Retro Traditional Sweets

Old fashioned sweets and chocolates such as black jacks, sherbets, liquorices and tuck shop chocolate bars like wagon wheels. These items remind people of their happy childhood and are therefore popular with a wide ranging demographic from youngsters to adults alike.

2. Pastries & deserts

Food like, muffins (chocolate and blueberry), flap jacks, Danish pastries and cookies all go down very well and are usually best centre in one package. Quite a versatile gift, the gift is suitable for anyone with a sweet tooth, from anniversaries, to birthdays, corporate gifts and baby showers.

3. Champagne & Wine

A classic gift for corporate firms to send one another at Christmas time and for people to send to people as a thank you gift. Wine can come in cases of 6 or 12 and who really doesn't like getting champagne or bottles of wine!

4. Technological Devices

Items such as memory sticks or flash drives, to cds and dvds with your corporate branding on are a good way of making your suppliers or customers keep your company in the forefront of their mind. Good corporate gift idea.

5. Chocolate

The traditional chocolate hamper has gone through something of a increase in popularity recently and is currently a best seller in the market. From hot chocolate to funky shaped chocolate bunnies, a great christmas hamper that goes down well whether sent to friends or businesses.

Gemma loves to help people find bargains and enjoys to review products for A Quarter Of.

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