Do Edible Gift Baskets Satisfy Dad on Father’s Day?

While the fruit basket can be an endearing gift idea for Mother’s Day, Father’s Day is a tad bit thorny. Most dads are not a pushover for flowers, fruit and chocolate. As far as gift ideas for Father’s Day, an edible gift basket outdistances the fruit bouquet for one reason only: the assortment. If Dad is not a vegetarian, addicted to fruit, or on dietary restrictions, the edible gift idea will satisfy his taste for a variety victuals.

The National Retail Federation’s data research that Father’s Day does not  generate the sales results that Mother’s Day does ($18 billion). (The data suggests why floral bouquet sales are not as productive during the day that commemorates U.S.paternal figures).

For some, the contents of a fruit basket, conjures an image of a container, stocked with nutritious elements prescribed by a dietitian. Moreover, fruit baskets turn off the dad, who prefers meat and potatoes over a fruit presentation.

An edible gift basket includes  anything from beef jerky, smoke venison, beer nuts, cheeses, crackers, fruit and other tasty treats. Nonetheless, this type of gift basket serves as an impromptu picnic for Dad when he is boating, playing golf  or just relaxing at the park. That means that fruits and sweet snacks complement this gift basket idea.

Fruit basket companies, Harry and David and Cherry Moon Farms edible gift baskets feature an assortment of consumable goods (as mentioned in the above paragraph). However, if Dad has a sweet tooth, some of Cherry Moon Farms’ gift baskets contain cookies and other sweet snacks.

Cherry Moon Farms and Harry and David feature an inventory on their respective websites of edible gift baskets filled with an assortment of novelties such as artisan cheeses, crackers, and pâtè, imported deli meats and more.

Yet, for those overachieving gift givers, a fruit basket is insufficient. To take the edible gift idea to a wow factor, bury an iPhone, or iPad between the layers of straw.  The NRF also reports that iPads were a major buying trend for Mother’s Day 2012. In the event, Dad is getting prepared to retire, look for classes or courses of interest to occupy his time. and then add the brochure or details of the class in the basket. If Dad follows a specific sport or special team, buy tickets and bury them among the contents of the edible gift basket.

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