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For all those who realized they missed out on their favourite month of October fudge, starting Tuesday December 16th we will have Pumpkin Pie fudge in store as an added Christmas treat. One batch has been made. When it runs out we will all have to wait until next fall.
While surface packages should all be on their way to destinations far and wide, it is not too late to send Christmas greetings in the form of cards to friends and family within Canada that are guaranteed to arrive before December 25th. We still have a small selection of boxed Christmas card sets from Leanin’ Tree available.
Want to add a little extra in? Our Royce 3-D art bookmarks and rulers add a colourful spark to your greeting with no additional postage required. But don’t delay, out of province cards should be sent by Wednesday December 17th, Ontario cards by the 18th and Guelph cards by the 19th.
Have you been naughty or nice? For those with someone on the ‘not so nice’ list our candy coal is now ready in store. Freshly harvested from the mines these realistic looking lumps of hard black candy are anise (black licorice) flavoured. Each bag is $4.95 and contains half a pound of this sweet Christmas time treat. Enjoy!
Fresh in from Bergen we have their famous marzipan pigs. A Christmas tradition for many these sweet treats will not last long. Pick yours up today. Also newly arrived are an assortment of different gift boxes of marzipan. Another bright and colourful sweet touch to your Christmas.
Are your parcels all set for delivery? Today, Friday December 5th, is the last day for most international parcels to go by way of airmail for guaranteed Christmas delivery. Monday December 8th is the date for parcels to the United States, and Thursday December 11th is the date the post office gives for Canadian parcels. After this the more expensive express services will be needed to send off packages in time for Christmas.