We all have that one friend who has given up sugar in pursuit of a healthier lifestyle. These gifting ideas are dedicated to all of those friends
With Indian mithai stealing the show during festivities every year, healthy food items have proved to be a more desired gift option in recent times. People have become more mindful and have even switched to gluten-free and vegan options. Refined sugar has become the new must have. Gift your friends and family members the exciting experience of opening a hamper full of gourmet products and gluten-free treats.
Scroll on to look at our list of the most fabulous gift ideas for this festive season.
The Navratna Gift Box by Tea Trunk is an exquisitely designed, paper-art box that’s inspired by the rich treasures of India’s gardens. Handpicked by tea sommelier Snigdha Manchanda, the box holds a collection of 9 unique and completely natural tea blends and herbs, sourced directly from gardens across the country. Promoting the idea of ‘nature to nurture’, Tea Trunks gift box makes for the perfect gift hamper for all those who’re putting their health first this festive season.
The gift box costs INR 799+ ,
To place your order call +91 9136040027 or click here.
Graiz has collaborated with The Spotted Cow to give us the Fromage Feast hamper. Opening this hamper will light you up like the festival lights as it includes some of the best known snacks-french baguette, 4 different types of artisanal cheese, seasonal fruits, honey, olives, dried fruit, cherry tomato, berries and 2 variants of baked crackers.
Cost: 4000/- ++
To place your orders call 9920331264 or click here.
Getting that festive glow only got easier thanks to Cureveda! Their wide range of gift combos includes adaptogenic beauty protein powder which helps improve your skin texture and make you look radiant. To add to the joy, they also have lucrative deals of upto 30% off on these gift sets.
Celebrate this Diwali organically. Green Sense is offering a wide array of organic food products which are the ideal gift for this festive season. With three different hamper options which include Saffron, Honey, Cardamom & Jaggery for the perfect luxe appeal or a hamper that contains a blend of Indian spices.
Take your Diwali gifting up a notch with Perch. From lip-smacking sauces and spreads like an in-house red wine and grape Violet mustard to something healthy for the occasion like Smoked Roasted Nuts, Marinated Olives and Jalapenos– everything is made in-house with lots of love. To add to the hamper, there is a block of Monstasio and Zarai cheese from Darima Farms and you can add a bottle that fits perfectly in the hamper.
To place your orders call 9820893375
Price: Hamper: INR 2750 and with wine INR 5750
This Diwali Purchase with a Purpose with Yogisattva’s limited edition diwali box. The mumbai-based brand is offering healthy alternatives to all your unhealthy mithais. Their box contains limited edition vegan, gluten free and refined sugar free mithais that include: Khajur & Pista Rabri, Rose Kaju Katli, Kesar Badaam Peda and Smoked Paprika Mixed Nuts & Seeds. The limited edition box would also contain Custom Yogisattva Bowls handmade by Sejal of Artesanía - The Clay Studio.
To place your orders call +91 9867455009 or click here.
Price - Diwali Special Gift Box: ₹ 2199/- (for pre-order)
Known for their premium food products, Foodhall is here with a wide range of festive hampers which include luxury products at pocket friendly prices. Indulge in their exquisite Blue Ribbon range of hampers and boxes comprising luxurious cheese platters, truffle pastes, gourmet snack boxes, cuisine centric kits and more. If you are celebrating the festivities away from or scrambling for a last-minute gift, Foodhall’s digital gift cards are here to keep the festive cheer going.
Available at: Foodhall (outlets in Delhi NCR, Mumba, and Bengaluru)
Starting at INR 850, place your orders by clicking here.
I am the Digital Writer at India Food Network and am currently pursuing a bachelor's degree in mass media- Advertising. I was previously a contributing writer for Vogue India and volunteered at non profit organisations such as Saturday Art Class and Robin Hood Army to help create a social change. I am a word nerd with a keen eye for detail and am always looking to read and write about films, people and food. When I�m not working, you will find me either covered in paint creating abstract art or driving around the city in search of a perfect breakfast spread.