Four different boxes are available with products from Abbotsford businesses. (Tourism Abbotsford photo)

Tourism Abbotsford, Tradex launching Mother’s Day gift boxes

Four different boxes offering products from local businesses in advance of mom’s big day

Mother’s Day is fast approaching and in the COVID-19 era gift and gift ideas are more difficult to come by.

But, Tourism Abbotsford and Tradex have teamed up with several local businesses to create Abbotsford Handmade and Homegrown Mother’s Day gift boxes available for the public to purchase for mom’s big day.

The gift boxes feature products from several local businesses and can be purchased online, with a curbside pick-up service at Tradex on Saturday (May 9) from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm. Pick-up will be organized with social distancing measures in place. Items must be ordered by Thursday (May 7) at noon and supplies are limited. Four boxes are available to choose from.

The four options are:

LOCAL BLEND ($60.00 +tax)

• lavender earl grey tea from Tuscan Farm Gardens

• coffee beans roasted by Republica Roasters for Lepp Farm Market

• a cupcake from Tracycakes Bakery and Café

• honey straws and a thumbelina honey jar from Campbell’s Gold Honey Farm and Meadery

• artisan specialty chocolate bar and salted caramel chocolates from ChocolaTas

• jar of jam from Maan Farms Country Experience & Estate Winery

SERENITY ($60.00 + tax)

• tealite candles and beeswax bar soap from Campbell’s Gold Honey Farm and Meadery

• body polish, lavender body spray, and soaps from Tuscan Farm Gardens

• tulips from the Abbotsford Tulip Festival

• thumbelina honey jar from Campbell’s Gold Honey Farm & Meadery

FLOWER POWER ($38.00 +tax)

• flower seeds from Tanglebank Gardens

• tulips from the Abbotsford Tulip Festival

• flowerpot chocolate lollies from ChocolaTas

• a cupcake from Tracycakes Bakery and Café

• lavender room spray and bar soap from Tuscan Farm Gardens

• honey sticks from Campbell’s Gold Honey Farm & Meadery

BEAUTIFUL BASIC ($38.00 +tax)

• beeswax tealite candles and a honey tureen from Campbell’s Gold Honey Farm and Meadery

• artisan specialty chocolate bar from ChocolaTas

• lavender liquid soap from Tuscan Farm Gardens

• a cupcake from TracyCakes Bakery and Café

• jar of jam from Maan Farms Country Experience & Estate Winery

To order gift boxes and for more information, visit tourismabbotsford.ca/store.

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