Monday, August 19, 2013

5 Amazing Foods to Send for Under $50

If you’re familiar with Bloomex, you know that flowers are our “bread and butter,” so to speak. But in recent years, we’ve expanded our offerings significantly, and we now feature lots of great food items to send that are sure to put a smile on the face of the recipient.

Whether you’re sending to someone with a serious sweet-tooth, or someone who’d appreciate a savory surprise, check out some of these options, available for delivery at your convenience.
Perfect for film buffs and movie
lovers, try our gourmet popcorn

Gourmet Organic Popcorn ($19.95): Perfect for the movie-lover in your life, Bloomex’s gourmet popcorn comes in three delicious varieties: Buttery, White Cheese and Sea Salt & Cracked Pepper. Comes in a collectable, reusable can with a handle.

Deluxe Vanilla/Chocolate Cake ($49.99): Can’t be there for a family member or friends’ birthday celebrations? Imagine the surprise when they open the box and find a delicious, homemade chocolate or vanilla cake. But these aren’t limited to birthdays – personalize them for any occasion, and as Marie Antoinette (allegedly, and probably not actually) once said, “Let them eat cake!”

Lobster (2 for $44.95): Yes, lobster! Send fresh, flash frozen lobster from our maritime facility in Halifax to
Send lobster with Bloomex
straight from our Halifax
facility to anywhere in Canada.
anywhere in the country. You’ll definitely score points for creativity, and it’s a gift that the recipient will certainly remember.
Large Assorted Chocolates ($39.95): Mmmm…. Chocolate. This large box is an amazing mix of soft centers, cherry cordials, crisps, nuts and chews covered in specially blended chocolate. And at a full pound, it should keep the recipient busy for a while… or depending on how quickly addicted they get to the chocolates, maybe not!

Assorted Cookies ($19.95): Whether you’re in the doghouse or just want to express your appreciation, a full pound of assorted cookies should do the trick. Great tasting, free of preservatives, and really, who doesn’t enjoy the odd cookie or 12?

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