Deciding what to send your loved ones living in other states is a difficult task. But there are online companies that will ship delicious food all over the country, and your friends and family are sure to love them.
Here is our top-five list of online food gifts you can send across the country for the ultimate food gifts. Everyone loves food and everyone has to eat. Why not send something delicious without having to make a mess in your kitchen?
Who doesn't love a package of sweets? Ship a package of homemade fudge, truffles, lollipops or an assortment of chocolates. See's Candies have been around for more than 90 years. You can't go wrong with sending a classic.
People line up on the streets of Chicago to get into Garrett popcorn shops and enjoy some of the fresh popcorn. Although its shops are found only in Chicago, New York and Las Vegas, giving loved ones the opportunity to try their signature popcorn flavor is easy for us Texans when you buy online. Send the classic, buttery, Caramelcrisp or holiday-themed flavors like Gingerbread Caramelcrisp for a delicious snack throughout the holidays.
Yes, ice cream might not be the first thing to come to your mind for a Christmas food gift, but this Ohio and Tennessee ice cream shop offers delicious holiday flavors on their online store that your friends and family would love to receive. With flavors like boozy eggnog and sweet potato with torched marshmallows, you can spread a little Christmas cheer with some festive ice cream flavors.
Whether you like their peppermint bark, croissants, pastries or the hot chocolate mix with homemade marshmallows, there is something for everyone at Williams-Sonoma. Ship off some appetizers or sides to make cooking around the holidays a heck of a lot easier. Add a package of toffee or other candies and everyone will love you.
Each year my mom sends family members a package of juicy and delicious pears from Harry & David. But if you're more of a chocolate fan, send some truffles, bark or petits fours to your friends and family. You can also choose from a variety of savory products, like ham, pot pies or varieties of cheese and meats.
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