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Easter Gift Box with a new SUPER freebie for you...chocolate of course
Easter Gift Box with a new SUPER freebie for you...chocolate of course
Easter Gift Box with a new SUPER freebie for you...chocolate of course

Easter Gift Box with a new SUPER freebie for you...chocolate of course

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Looking for a present with a difference and straight from the farmgate?
We have it sorted for you. 

We are bringing back our extremely popular Easter Gift Box which features a mix of our current produce, individually packaged then presented in an Australian made kraft box. The box includes one 100g packet of our semi sun dried figs (either the Black Genoa figs or White Smyrnas), the Smyrna quinceRiverland Mélange and All Natural Pecans. If you do have a preference on which type of fig please leave a note when you order.

A very special FREEBIE this time. What's Easter without chocolate. I have been trialing our White Smryna semi sun dried figs filled with locally made almond butter (from The Almond Farmer) and then enrobed in Callebaut premium dark chocolate. With each Easter Gift Box order we will also include a sampler of this new chocolate goodie and I would love to hear your feedback.
Should we make this a regular product? (Note if you can’t eat nuts I can include one of our very popular figs enrobed in Callebaut premium dark chocolate instead).

All boxes come with a tag so you can write your personalised message. You can even have us send these directly to your loved one - just indicate this on the delivery address. 

We are very excited about Easter coming up. Please note all Easter orders need to be completed online by no later than Sunday 7 April (or Friday 5 April if the postage address is in Western Australia). 

Storage

We recommend eating your chocolate goodies and keeping your sun-dried fruit/pecans in the fridge or freezer. A note with the chocolate goodies. We use Callebaut couverture. If you notice some discoloration of the chocolate this is simply the cocoa butter separating from the cocoa solids and coming to the surface. It doesn't affect the taste of the chocolate, it's not going mouldy and is probably due to temperature fluctuations. If you don't eat all the goodies in one sitting we recommend keeping them in air-tight container at a relatively stable temperature between 16 - 20 degrees, but not in the fridge.

Allergen warning

The peaches, apricots and pears contains sulphites. 
Pecans and almonds are tree nuts.
Singing Magpie Produce packs a range of produce on shared equipment including dried fruit and nuts. While we do our best to avoid any kind of cross contamination this can occasionally occur and any of our products may contain traces of these.