Edible Gift Basket Companies Let Them Eat Fruit

With First Lady Michelle Obama endorsing programs such as the “Eat Right, Be Bright” campaign, edible gift baskets filled with fruit are still in vogue. And even as the healthy food initiative grows nutritional awareness, it’s companies such as Simply Fresh Fruit, Harry & David, and Cherry Moon Farms that present consumers with a medley of fruit resources.

In California, Simply Fresh Fruit endorses the First Lady’s fruit program promoting awareness among young students. The test pilot is underway at the Los Angeles Unified School District, Walnut Park Middle School Stem Academy.

But aside from partnering in the grass root initiative, the fruit company also vends retail and commercial companies. In California, Simply Fresh Fruit sells  its prepackaged fresh fruit to more than 60 different COSTCO stores.

Simply Fresh Fruit reportedly “hand cuts and organically sanitizes” a massive inventory of made-to-order fruit. For those in quest of the nutritional value of fruit, NutritionalData.self.com and Simply Fresh Fruit  highlights several facts.

As merely the founding father of edible gift baskets in America, Harry and David sells organic fruit baskets, which consist of the company’s signature organic Royal Riviera pears to it customers. Fruit baskets also contain oranges and apples. (Prices start at $39.95 to $69.95).

Cherry Moon Farms features several different monthly fruit clubs. Edible gift baskets include different varieties of fruit and delivery cycles. For instance, one edible gift membership includes 6 months of strawberries. Additionally,  Cherry Moon Farm’s edible gift baskets are available in organic deliveries. Regular fruit baskets start from $89 – $379, depending on the fruit and the months of delivery. (These edible gift memberships are available with free week day delivery only).

Even as the First Lady’s healthy eating initiative endeavors to promote nutritional eating habits among young Americans, edible gift baskets motivate individuals of any age trying to improve their diet and overall well being.

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