The Case for Holiday Food Gifts
Food is one of my favorite gift categories. Food gifts need not be expensive, everyone likes them, and they won’t sit in someone’s closet.
And if you like the idea of giving gifts that give back, we have some great suggestions for you!
Women’s Bean Project
The mission of Women’s Bean Project is to change women’s lives by providing stepping stones to self-sufficiency through social enterprise.— Our Mission | Women’s Bean Project
Visit the Women’s Bean Project website for more information. Their food products include:
Serrv is a nonprofit, fair trade organization dedicated to lifting disadvantaged artisans, farmers, and their families out of poverty.
They offer a nice variety of all sorts of gifts, all wonderful quality, all very reasonably priced.
The food categories are shown below. Click on each image to link to their pages.
I must tell you, the Divine Chocolate they sell is about the best I have ever tasted.
Kutoa Health Company
Kutoa Health Bars are handcrafted from whole fruits, raw nuts, chia and flax seeds. They are vegan and gluten free, and contain no added sugar, no preservatives, and no GMOs.
For every bar you buy, the Kutoa Health Company will feed a child in need.
Watch the Kutoa story.
Holiday fairs are often sponsored by religious organizations and charities, so that is certainly a good thing!
You’ll often find homemade preserves and pickles, as well as baked goods.
Please contribute to charities that fight poverty, hunger, and disease.
Here are a few for your consideration: