6-Answers about the Fruit Bouquet

Sweet, tart, juicy, memorable and visually appealing are just a few reasons that people love to give and receive a fresh fruit bouquet.  Whether it’s for a birthday gift idea, congratulations or a housewarming gift, fruit bouquets are a welcoming present for almost any occasion. We’ve compiled several questions and answers about the understated fruit bouquet:

How many calories are in the average fruit bouquet?

Since, all fruit bouquets are created using different types of fruits in a variety of sizes, edible bouquets do not have an average caloric value.

What is the recipe for a fresh fruit bouquet?

Although grapes, strawberries, apples, cantaloupes, honeydew melon and oranges are the usual elements of a fruit bouquet, there is not an exact recipe for creating a fruit bouquet.  Creativity and personal preference are definitely in play.

Which online gift store is known for creating fresh fruit bouquets?

The Internet is a treasure trove of gift stores, many of which sell fruit bouquets. However, when it comes to creating a fresh fruit bouquet, Edible Arrangements™ is one company known for and trusted in selling and delivering fresh fruit gifts all over the globe.  We suggest finding a local option as this will typically get you the freshest bouquet possible.

Fruit Arrangements

Are fruit bouquets made of organic fruit?

Not all fruit bouquets are made of organic fruit.  While some fresh fruit bouquets contain organic pieces of fruit, it depends on the retailer. At Harry and David’s, the pears used to create the fruit baskets are organically grown at the company’s Riviera orchard.

Are fruit bouquets high in fructose?

No.

As for giving a birthday present or housewarming gift, is it better to create a homemade fresh fruit bouquet or buy one?

The fruit bouquet is a highly appreciated gift, regardless if it’s a diy project or purchased online, fresh fruit bouquets are endearing whatever the occasion.

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