Rosh Hashanah is the Jewish New Year -- a holiday time that values celebration, happiness and family. Welcome in the New Year with a beautiful Rosh Hashanah gift from Nutcracker Sweet! We have a beautiful selection of strictly Kosher baskets that are great for the holiday! We also have a beautiful selection of other baskets that are great for those celebrating the holiday who are not Kosher. Each one of our Rosh Hashanah baskets come in a beautiful and functional glass bowl or plate that can be used at the holidays or any time.
Shana Tovah to Everyone!
Saturday, October 1st – 11am-4pm
Sunday, October 2nd – 11am-4pm
Nutcracker Sweet Rosh Hashanah gift baskets are strictly kosher and contain well-known, high quality brands such as Godiva, Walkers Shortbread, Ghirardelli and Charlie & Sam’s. Each gift comes in a keepsake bowl or plate perfect for holiday and every occasion entertaining. All these gifts incorporate honey and sweets to symbolize a Sweet New Year.
Rosh Hashanah is a time for family and friends to get together… so it means lots of entertaining! If you are invited over to someone’s house for Rosh Hashanah or you know someone who will be entertaining, sending a gift basket or sharable tray is a perfect 2-in-1 option — it works as a Rosh Hashanah gift and as a thank you gift.
As well, we know that sometimes it’s difficult in the middle of the year to get out of town and visit family and celebrate the holiday with them. Luckily, we can send gift baskets out for you for Rosh Hashanah to your family and friends that are out of town who you wanted to see on the holiday!
Sending corporate gifts on Rosh Hashanah is a great idea. If you have Jewish clients, colleagues or employees, they would appreciate your thoughtfulness of a gift for the New Year. Send your gifts to corporations in Toronto or anywhere in North America.
Why not send your own family some Rosh Hashanah cheer? They will love that you were thinking of them and that you remember the holiday! What better way to start off the New Year than with sweets? It’s all about a having a sweet year ahead. Shana Tovah to all!
Rosh Hashanah 2016 - Begins the evening of Sunday October 2nd and ends the evening of Tuesday October 4th