5 gifts for the foodies in your life

 

Support female foodie entrepreneurs

The holiday season is upon us, which means it’s time to find thoughtful gifts for your friends and family. If you’re not sure where to begin, check out these 5 unique products created by up-and-coming female entrepreneurs in the food & beverage industry. Enjoy!


For the meal planner:

SOUPER CUBES® Tray $19.95

 

Souper Cubes® helps foodies create size-controlled frozen food portions. A must-have for meal planning and reducing food waste. @soupercubes

 
Image by  Souper Cubes ®    | $19.95

Image by Souper Cubes® | $19.95


FOR THE Healthy Snacker:

Yvaya Farm Dried Fruit Snacks $12-$24

 

A feel-good and delicious treat. 100% natural dried mango, papaya, pineapple and banana. No added sugar. Made in Ghana by Ghanaians. @yvayafarm

 
Image by  Yvaya Farm  | Dried Fruit Snacks | $12-$24.

Image by Yvaya Farm | Dried Fruit Snacks | $12-$24.


FOR THE sweet Tooth:

Chocolate Cake Kit $25

 

A perfect gift for the aspiring baker. This kit provides you all the necessary items to make a stunning chocolate cake - just buy your fresh eggs, milk and heavy cream. Vegan option available for $30. @cakekitbaking

 
Image by    Cake Kit    | Chocolate Cake Kit | $25

Image by Cake Kit | Chocolate Cake Kit | $25


FOR THose with peanut allergies:

Nut Blend £6.50

 

Macadamia, praline, almond, hazelnut. Nut Blend (U.K. based) has got your alternative PB&J needs covered.  @nutblend

 
Image by  Nut Blend  | Starting at  £6.50

Image by Nut Blend | Starting at £6.50


FOR THE Beer Aficionado:

Wild Card Beers £2.70 (UK Only)

 

An easy choice for the happy hour lovers. Award-winning beers made by a former chemical engineer. @wildcardbrewery

 
Image by  Wild Card Brewery  | Individual cans starting at  £2.70

Image by Wild Card Brewery | Individual cans starting at £2.70

Who are your favorite female foodie entrepreneurs? Share them with us.


Author

Marushka Hirshon is a Tahitian-American nonprofit founder, community organizer and freelance journalist. She graduated from Stanford University with a B.S. in Science, Technology and Society with a focus in Environment and Sustainability. Follow