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Orchard-Fresh Mother's Day Gifts From The Fruit Company

HOOD RIVER, OR--(Marketwired - May 01, 2014) - The Fruit Company, a third generation family-owned premium fruit gifting business, happily unveils its new collection of Mother's Day gifts perfect for that special woman in your life. Each gift features a curated selection of gourmet contents such as fresh-picked fruit, delicious chocolate, savory salami, artisan cheese and more. Gift options start in price from $29.95 and orders of select gifts with a delivery date of May 9th are eligible for Free Mother's Day shipping.

"My grandmother and mother played a pivotal role in helping me to discover my life's passion for farming and my wife is an amazing mother so Mother's Day is truly a special holiday here at The Fruit Company," said Scott Webster, CEO of The Fruit Company. "There is no better time than the present to show mom how much she is appreciated and our hand-packed Mother's Day gift options are just the answer. With our unparalleled quality, and helpful customer service team, you are guaranteed a stress-free shopping experience."

Mother's Day happens just once a year so why not remind mom how fantastic she is with a sun-filled afternoon picnic or concert in the park paired with the delicious Al Fresco Picnic Basket. Featuring the perfect mix of sweet and savory items including a coconut macaroon bar from Seattle Chocolate, Lucero olive oil, salami, Rogue Creamery cheese, fresh fruit and more. $69.95 plus free Mother's Day shipping.

Or start off mom's day right with a cheerful cup of tea from the Mother's Day High Tea Gift Basket featuring rich Madeleines, crisp biscotti, hand-picked pears, fresh apples and more. It is a relaxing treat for just $39.95 plus free Mother's Day shipping.

Who could resist a delightful box of one dozen Mother's Day Petit Fours ($44.95 with free 2-day shipping) by Dragonfly Cakes? These delicate cakes are beautifully hand-crafted daily with layers of moist cake, velvety butter cream, marzipan, chocolate and fruit filling.

The only thing better than honoring your mom with one gift, is surprising her with five. Chock-full of delights, the Mother's Day Classic Gift Tower is filled with five boxes of treats: juicy green D'Anjou pears, McTavish blueberry shortbread cookies, a decadent Bellows macaroon brownie, chocolate covered pear and blueberries, Seattle Chocolates Lemon Ice White Chocolate Bar, and lemon covered biscotti bites. $49.95 with free shipping in time for Mother's Day.

For more information on The Fruit Company's complete Mother's Day gift baskets and offerings, please visit www.TheFruitCompany.com. Sign up for the company's newsletter to receive exclusive promotions for the upcoming summer gifting season including the perfect graduation and Father's Day gifts.

About The Fruit Company: The Fruit Company, a third-generation family operated business located in the beautiful Hood River Valley of Oregon, is dedicated to delivering the finest orchard fresh fruit and gourmet gifts available. Named one of Oregon's Top 15 growing companies and a recipient of Internet Retailer's Top 50 "Best of Web" awards, The Fruit Company's goal is to provide an innovative offering of gift items for every occasion, shipped fresh throughout the United States. Today, the company is one of the top gift basket services in the country and employs more than 200 people during peak season. For more information on The Fruit Company's gift selections and sustainable practices, please visit www.thefruitcompany.com.

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