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Gift Baskets

Support FoodShare’s great work by sharing with others! We present affordable and meaningful choices for many occasions and everyone on your list. 

Share a custom* FoodShare gift basket with friends and coworkers featuring a selection of your favourite items. Have our staff create a specially designed arrangement for your group and to fit your budget.

Choose from a delicious selection of speciality treats made by FoodShare’s very own Field toTable Catering including biscotti, spiced nuts, tomatillo salsa, herb vinegar, Sybil’s jerk sauce, local fruit jam, chutney, FoodShare tea, ice box cookies and more.

To place your order, or for more information contact Alvin Rebick: 416.363.6441 x251 or email alvin@foodshare.net.

*Minimum order of 15 baskets is required, pricing starts at $50/basket. Order deadline is Friday December 5, 5pm. Orders can be picked up or delivered until December 19. Gift baskets contain a selection of the items pictured above. Prices do not include tax. There will be an additional charge for delivery. Tax receipts of $45 will be issued for baskets costing $100, and $20 for baskets costing $50.



Sales of FoodShare gift baskets support a variety of Kitchen Programs including: the Good Food Café, Community Kitchens and Baby & Toddler nutrition.

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