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A Very Small Sampling of Our Gift Selection...

One of the most enjoyable parts of our seasons at Foodstuffs is the opportunity to find and ponder and choose the most classic, useful, nostalgic, beautiful, quirky and unusual giftwares. 

Sometimes this all happens so well in advance of the appropriate season that by the time the shipment arrives it's cause for great excitement... because we've half-forgotten it was coming!

The most wonderful of gifts we see our customers choose are often the smallest of things: a bar of patchouli scented soap to remind a husband of his hippie days, a tin of Rescue Remedy sweets for a friend mourning the loss of a parent, a single beeswax tealight to burn for someone with a difficult day ahead of them, a magnifying lens for a sister who refuses to admit she needs glasses, a pewter inspiration coin with a special message for a favourite teacher...

Here we offer a few pictures of some of our favourites - things that are in store now... or coming soon.

Come in and have a browse. We're full of surprises!

In the mean time we'll share a few thoughts about the joy of giving and receiving...

"A friendship can weather most things and thrive in thin soil; but it needs a little mulch of letters and phone calls and small, silly presents every so often - just to save it from drying out completely." Pam Brown

"I'm not materialistic. I believe in presents from the heart, like a drawing that a child does."  Victoria Beckham

"The best gifts are those we not only cherish but put to use." Les Brown


"Your children need your presence more than your presents." Jesse Jackson


"Presents are symbolic. When you give them in your personal life, they should show that you are paying attention to the person to whom you're giving them." Judith Martin


"I could never rap, personally. I can't even wrap presents." Chris Colfer