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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 for everyone on your list. Best of all, these offerings have been grown and prepared with love in FoodShare’s programs.FoodShare Toronto Holiday Gift Basket

Gift Baskets contain a selection of items shown above.

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

Sweet Mini: $20 

  • FoodShare Chutney (green tomato or mango)
  • Ice-box cookies
  • FoodShare Jam
 
Small: $35 

  • FoodShare Herb Vinegar
  • FoodShare Biscotti (4 pieces)
  • FoodShare Jam
  • FoodShare Chutney (green tomato or mango)
  • Pocket-sized 2013 Calendar

Medium: $45 

  • FoodShare Biscotti (4 pieces)
  • FoodShare Spiced nuts
  • FoodShare Fruit Jam
  • Jesus’ FoodShare Tomatillo Salsa
  • FoodShare Herb Vinegar
  • FoodShare Chutney (green tomato or mango)
  • Pocket-sized 2013 Calendar

Large: $100*

  • FoodShare Biscotti (6 pieces)
  • FoodShare Spiced nuts
  • Sybil’s FoodShare Jerk Sauce
  • Jesus’ FoodShare Tomatillo Salsa
  • FoodShare Herb Vinegar
  • FoodShare Honey
  • FoodShare Fruit Jam (2 varieties)
  • FoodShare Chutney (green tomato or mango)
  • Ice-box cookies
  • Pocket-sized 2013 Calendar
  • *Share cookbook (additional $15)

Share Custom Basket
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. Pricing starts at $100.

Prices do not include tax. An additional $10 will be charged for delivery within Toronto.



Thank you for your support! 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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