Do you know anyone on your gift list who loves to eat? Ever consider giving a gift that touches one's "foodie soul" and fills them up literally? Walking Food Tours are in great demand throughout the nation and trendy for 2012 and certainly will be a popular activity for 2013! Who doesn't like to eat? Right!? Go ahead, and make their day! Treat your family, friend, coworker and your Secret Santa recipient to a culinary adventure - let them decide where, how and when. Our sales team at Local Roots Food Tours will be happy to assist you in your gift order this season; we can mail out gift certificates directly to you or to your recipient with a holiday message personalized by you or we can email your booklet to you for distribution on Christmas morning. Just let us know and we will accommodate your needs. Our goal is to make it as simple as possible for you and be ready for the recipients to redeem their gifts for the tour they select. Sound good? Here's our Deals:
Local Roots Food Tours is offering STOCKING STUFFER SPECIALS this holiday season:
The Feast of Five (But Really 6!): Buy our holiday gift certificate booklet for $300 and receive 6 Walking Food Tour Tickets redeemable for ANY of our Culinary Walking Food Tours in Sacramento and Murphy's. These gift certificates can be used individually and redeemed for any tour date. There is no expiration date. Retail Value: $400.00 - A $100.00 SAVINGS!
The Aggie Adventure: Buy our holiday farm tour package for $275 and receive 4 Sierra Foothills Farm & Wine Bus Tour Tickets AND a Featured Holiday Foodie Gift Box Click to continue!
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Hybrid fruit is a potentially lucrative, and delicious, market. Fruit growers are motivated by the lure of inventing a product that commands premium prices, from 50 cents to $1 or more per pound than conventional fruit. The breeders are also aiming for fruit that will have a longer harvest period to be available to shoppers longer. And with the rise in cooking styles that celebrate the ingredients, American consumers are demonstrating a willingness to spend more on food and a desire to hear the stories behind their produce. Click to read more
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