It’s not inconceivable that every occasion or holiday is not appropriate for bearing an edible fruit basket.
Sending a basket of fruit in commemoration of “Poisoned Blackberry Day” which is allegedly recognized on September 29 does not seem like an auspicious occasion to to send any type of edible gift.
The month of October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, an apt occasion to send someone recovering from breast cancer an edible fruit basket. Or perhaps, a pizza is better as October is also the month of the pizza.
In honor of October 1, which happens to be World Vegetarian Day and Magic Circle Day, fruit baskets with fruit carved to resemble a crop circle may send an unusual message. A bouquet of hydroponic tomatoes are time gift ideas.
The fifth of October is a ripe day to give an edible fruit basket, as it is World Teacher’s Day. At WorldTeachersDay.org/maps, a site managed by the founders of Untied Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) welcomes teachers from across the globe to post their event, commemoration World Teacher’s Day.
International Day for Natural Disaster Reduction falls on a Wednesday this year, October 9, 2013. The date also shares the same date as Moldy Cheese Day.
Among the most recognized names in edible fruit gifts, Edible Arrangements features gifts for every occasion, all year round (including Halloween, Birthdays, Sweetest Day, graduations, sympathy and more).
October 10, 2013 is reportedly World Sight Day.
Saturday October 19, 2013, Sweetest Day is celebrated in the Northeast and the Great Lakes region. This day was designed for sending candy, flowers and edible fruit baskets.
National Brandied Fruit Day is celebrated on October 20.
What is your favorite holiday of the year to send an edible fruit basket?