foodie gift baskets in Regina, Saskatoon, Calgary and/or Edmonton?
I'm thinking about sending gift baskets to some relatives in the Prairies. Are there any companies you can suggest that send great quality gift baskets, with premium fruit, nuts, jams, etc.? Maybe something along the lines of Harry & David, but minus the $25 shipping fee?
Is Sunterra my best bet? I noticed that it looks like I'd have to phone in the order- are there any online companies that would have similar quality baskets?
Thanks for any of your suggestions.
I was tasked ordering such gift baskets work only a few months ago, so I'm glad to pass along what I learned!
In Calgary, the Cookbook Company does an excellent job. I believe they charge about $25 to put the basket together. I ordered baskets from them filled with crackers, cookies, preserves, chocolate, etc. Beautiful baskets and very high-quality items.
In Edmonton, I ordered a gift basket from Transcend Coffee and from all reports the basket was wonderful. I e-mailed Transcend and worked it out with Poul. Transcend can include a variety of items but is obviously more coffee-centric.
Unfortunately, I don't have any info for Saskatchewan, but to find a store offering what you're looking for, I would Google specialty food or kitchen stores in those cities. The kitchen stores may not have what you want but I'm sure the people working there will have good local expertise.
I would go with Sunterra here in Edmonton. Their website doesn't appear to list the baskets available for purchase, but they range in price from $49.99 (actually comes in a colander, not a basket!) to $139.99. I brought home a pamphlet so I can list the contents of the baskets in your price range if you wish. No nuts or jams, mostly crisps, sauces, and oils.