The Gift of Grub
Get ready for the two sweetest words in the world: Free food.
Sometimes it's the treasure you uncover on your millionth trip to the break room to grab water/escape your cubicle for three minutes. Other times, it's delivered straight to your house like a beautiful gift from the gods. Perhaps it's on that trade-show table you keep creeping by just so you can sample the goods? Doesn't matter!
What we're saying is this: Give food as a holiday gift, and you'll win hearts and minds forever. So, check out the great food gifts below—along with a handful of nonfood items, for your uncle with all the weird allergies—to get your holiday promotions started right.
For Close Talkers
There's nothing like the blind panic of knowing you're having a code-red breath situation and you have a meeting in two minutes. But wait! You have those mints you got at a trade show in your desk! Just like that, the Candy Window Tin with Printed Mints from Admints & Zagabor saves the day—and with a four-color graphic logo on each mint, you'll never forget who your hero was. For more information, visit www.admints.com.
Are you on the go? Right now? Well first of all, let us commend you for taking the time out of your schedule to read this. But you're probably starving, and tired besides. You know who else is busy, starving and tired though? Pretty much everyone who has ever been, or ever will be, described as "on the go." Enter A La Carte's Snacks To Go. Its package is resealable and can hold 2.5 to 3.5 oz. of a variety of snacks—just enough to perk upon-the-go-ers to conquer the rest of their day. For more information, visit www.alacarteline.com.
Stack 'Em High
Sure, end-users could eat candy and snacks from a bag, but that just feels ... basic. Eating from a tower? Now that's snacking like a boss. Astor Chocolate's Terrific Gourmet Food Tower is box after box of goodness—we're talking Belgian truffles and savory gourmet goodies. There's plenty in each tower to share, But don't be surprised if clients just hoard its towery goodness all for themselves. For more information, visit www.astorline.com.