8-Facts on Edible Fruit Bouquets and Fresh Fruit Baskets

(ANYWHERE, USA)  – Edible fruit bouquets and fresh fruit baskets have there place in the gift industry.  These contending gift products embody several considerations before one buys. Refer to the following consumer information and  8 facts on edible fruit bouquets.

  • Cities, where Edible Arrangements stores, are open allow for the last minute birthday present, housewarming gift or commemorative for a special occasion.
  • Fresh fruit baskets outdistance the shelf life of an edible fruit bouquet.
  • Edible Arrangements are not always appropriate for as a get well greeting for hospitalized individuals. As patients are often on a restricted diet or lack the appetite to savor the fruit.
  • Edible Arrangements concocts smoothies and other juicy beverages at its brick and mortar stores.
  • To save money on an edible fruit bouquet order, skip the extras: the Mylar balloon, teddy bear and extra greeting card These add-ons drive up the cost of the order..
  • Edible Arrangements, Fruit Flowers and the Fresh Fruit Bouquet Company enable customers to customize orders with chocolate dipped fruit toppings, nuts, and other tasty snacks.
  •  The caveat with an edible fruit bouquet delivery is that these orders are susceptible to spoilage when left at the door.  When possible and to save at least $12, consumers might consider ordering the gifts as an in-store pick up.
  • Although creating a fruit bouquet may require 30-60 minutes of preparation time, the do-it yourself approach saves a minimum of  $20.
  • Fresh fruit baskets and edible fruit bouquets are hand appointed.
  • Edible Arrangements and cupcakes are the usual suspects of workplace office parties.
  • To extend the life of the fruit, some fruit basket companies add additives to the fruit.
  • Based on the leading gift companies, an edible fruit bouquet delivery cost averages $11.
  • Traditional fresh fruit baskets, comprised of apples, oranges, and other seasonal fruits are in ample supply at Cherry Moon Farms, Harry and David and Golden Edibles.

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