Cocoa & Fig Unveils Gift Boxes For Any Occasion
Sharing gourmet confections with friends and family this season just got easier thanks to top Twin Cities dessert catering company, Cocoa & Fig.
“We've put together some amazing gift box packages that are sure to please the sweet tooth on your list,” says Laurie Pyle, owner of Cocoa & Fig. The company wanted to offer customers an opportunity to share Cocoa & Fig with their family and friends as a beautifully wrapped gift. Their offerings make it simple for customers to select one of the several gift box options that fit their palate and budget.
Cocoa & Fig favorites were specially selected for the boxes including cake lollipops, French macarons, and Valrhona chocolate bouchons. Some combo packages feature other local, gourmet products like Sweet Goddess salted caramels and butter almond toffee, and Thomasina cashew brittle.
“It’s so important to support our local community this holiday season, and our gift box packages are the perfect opportunity to share local, hand-crafted treats with your family members, colleagues, business associates, and friends,” says Pyle.
Packaged in a classic white gift box and wrapped in satin, brown ribbon, the gift boxes also include a customizable, petite gift message card.
Bulk orders of individually wrapped or boxed treats are also available. Corporate gifts can be customized with company logo and colors in gift packaging.
A full gift box menu is online at Cocoa & Fig’s blog (http://www.cocoaandfig.com).
Gift box ordering can be done by email or phone, and 72 hours notice is requested.
About Cocoa & Fig
Cocoa & Fig is a dessert catering and confection company out of Shakopee, MN that creates sweet treats for life’s greatest occasions. Their elegant, eye-catching desserts are made from scratch using only top-quality ingredients. The retail shop is located in Gaviidae Common in downtown Minneapolis and during farmers market season, Cocoa & Fig can be found at both the Prior Lake Farmers Market and the Minneapolis Farmers Market.
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