It's April. Which means that we should be expecting the start of warmer climate fruit starting to arrive in our supermarkets, right? Already my mum is starting to throw strawberries and pomegranates into her shopping basket as she walks around the shop. And we expect our fruit baskets would be jazzed up by these seasonal fruits soon once they are available with our suppliers.
In the meantime, we have beautiful apples, oranges and plums.
Is it me or are grapes looking extra delicious this past while? This Baked Goodness basket is going to James (Chesterfield, UK), ordered by Nina in Singapore. James is currently not feeling very well so Nina wrote "I can't be there to care for you I hope the basket will" This basket will indeed! From fresh fruit, to a chocolate cake treat and delicious healthy honey, we are sure this would help James on the road of recovery.
The fruit basket next door have an equally sweet message.
Margaret (Manchester, UK) wants to send this Healthy Fruit and Cheese basket to Sue because she is "Sorry to hear you are a bit broken. Hoping you are fixed soon." Oh dear! I hope Sue is okay. Being a bit broken isn't very pleasant at all, well, all the sunshine colours of this basket would help bring back a lovely cheesy grin to her complexion - cheese = calcium = on the mend?
Moving along. It's not often that we see a fruit basket with a balloon, so this one was just asking for his pictures to be taken and spread online.
It's a Floral and Fruit gift basket but the customer requested a Birthday balloon to be included as well, just to make it that much more 'birthday celebration' feeling for their aunt when she receives it tomorrow at her flat in Freshwater, UK. The basket comes with a beautiful potted plant of cream coloured flowers, which are wrapped separately to the basket, topped off with a snazzy bow and then set into a gift bag for further protection during transit. Can't have the plant toppling over in the courier's van, right?