Delicious treats featuring all-natural and local ingredients
Is there a locavore, a cheese fanatic or a chocolate lover on your list? How about someone who’s just plain hard to buy for? From wine, seasonal fruit and teas to cozy woolens, candles and hand-made jewelry, Wild Oats creates beautiful custom gift baskets that anyone would love to receive! Prices range from $50-$200.
Wild Oats Market
320 Main St., Williamstown, Mass.
Holiday Brook Farm maple syrup is made on the farm in their state-of-the-art sugar house. Grade A, amber, dark and very dark syrups available year-round. $7- $60.
Holiday Brook Farm
100 Holiday Cottage Road, Dalton, Mass.
Bennington Potters elegant handcrafted NewLine serving bowl set includes your choice of free salad servers for a limited time, a $15-$18 value. Available in 10 signature glazes, shown here in White on White. Bennington Potters pottery is lead free and dishwasher, oven and microwave safe. $159-$189.
324 County St., Bennington, Vt.
Local and homemade food items, featuring Bartlett’s specialty homemade cider, cider donuts, assorted baked goods and apples straight from the Bartlett’s orchard.
575 Swamp Road, Richmond, Mass.
Includes: 12 oz. Green Mountain Smokehouse Maple Cured Bacon, Yankee Magazine’s 2014 Editor’s Choice Food Award; 1 pound package of Helen’s Pancake Mix; 16.9 growler bottle of 100% pure Robb Family Farm maple syrup; 8 oz. Vermont Smoke and Cure Summer Sausage; 1 oz. jar of Sidehill Farm jam. $49.95.
The Robb Family Farm
822 Ames Hill Road, Brattleboro, Vt.
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