When you think of Hickory Farms you probably think of their wonderful holiday food gifts like summer sausage, assorted cheeses and spreads. These have the backbone of Hickory Farms for more than 60 years. Besides being presented beautifully and perfect for gift giving, they also taste amazing. But did you know that Hickory Farms also has other gifts perfect for the holidays season? These items include fruit like pears and apples, wine and nuts.
All of these gifts are very affordable priced and are shipped with quality and freshness in mind!
Charitable Giving is also very important to Hickory Farms. Hickory Farms has a partnership with Share Our Strength (SOS) – a leading national nonprofit organization that works to stamp out childhood hunger.
And you might also remember last month I shared with you my experience with the Party Planner gift box. It was so delicious and a huge hit with my family. For each Party Planner gift box sold this holiday season, Hickory Farms donated $5 to Share Our Strength’s No Kid Hungry Campaign. I would say this has been a huge success since the Party Planner gift box has sold out!
Hickory Farms also partnered with Operation Gratitude – a national nonprofit that creates care packages for military men and women and their families. Hickory Farms has eight products that they offer free shipping to military APO and FPO addresses, including the “Home for the Holidays” gift basket. This has been so popular that it has sold out as well for the season. If this is something that interests you definitely consider this for next year!
While many items are sold out online, I encourage you to search for a Hickory Farms retail location near you! I’m fortunate to have them in my local mall and I’ve seen smaller packages at big box retailers like Target. Use their store locator to search for locations!
Disclosure: Compensation and products for review were provided by Hickory Farms via MomTrends. I received a free sample of the product for the purpose of this review and to facilitate a giveaway. The opinions expressed herein are those of the author and are not indicative of the opinions of Hickory Farms.