Clients and cousins alike will stand in awe of your sweet n’ salty generosity when this royally scrumptious gift basket arrives. Ghirardelli®, The Popcorn Factory® and Portlock® Smoked Salmon are included, to name just a few. Find assorted crackers, pretzels, cookies, a Ghirardelli hot drink mix and more.
• Unique, Open Cut Oval Metal Bin in Deep Brown
• Scarlet Satin Ribbon with Gold Edge & Sheer Gold Dot Ribbon
• Honey Wheat Braided Pretzels
• Chocolate and Vanilla Flavored Cookies
• DeBeukelaer® Pirouline® Chocolate Flavor Lined Wafer Rolls
• Oven Crisp Crackers
• Evergreen Orchard Whole Olive Medley
• Ghirardelli® White Mocha Hot Beverage Mix
• King Leo® Soft Peppermint Puffs
• Almond French Twists
• Mississippi Cheese Co® Cheddar Cheese Straws
• New York Style® Garlic Parmesan Panetini
• Portlock® Smoked Salmon
• Chocolate Crème Filled Cookies
• The Popcorn Factory® Kettle Popcorn
• Parmesan Cheese Bruschetta
• Tomato Basil Crackers
Measures 21.75”L x 12.75”W x 15.75”H
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