The food super store, Foodhall, is celebrating Diwali with specially curated gift baskets to perfectly compliment the festival of light. A unique mix of products like dry fruits, chocolates, dips, cheese and other delicacies like Turkish delights and baklava, the gifting baskets are different from the traditional sweets and yet a great way to show your love and affection.

We pick two gifting options from Foodhall that we absolutely love!

The Bustaan Collection

The eclectic assortments of fruits, seeds and nuts under Bustaan collection are calling out to our sweet collective swoot tooth. Each item has been sourced from around the world; from Turkey to California. What we love is the pack of Turkish delights, priced at INR 1,500; a perfect gift for all occasions, these confectionery items are made from sugar coating fruit juice and gelatine.

If you’re looking to upgrade from traditional sweets, go for the Turkish delight. More from Bustan collection includes dates {INR 1,200} and nuts assortments {INR 1,350}. If you want to go big this festive season, select Baklava {INR 1,500}, which is a sweet pastry filled with nuts and sweet honey, and is perfect for gifting.

Picnic Cheer

As the name suggests, Picnic cheer {INR 6,400} is an assortment of carefully selected items packed in a picnic basket. This is a treasure trove of food items packed into one hamper. Know someone who loves nibbling on cheese? The basket is brimming with Parmesan cheese straws and pink pepper-corn and chive cream cheese.

Filled with baked nacho chips, five-layered dip in canning jar and macaroons, chocolate and vanilla cheese, jam and sliced gummies, Bustaan caramelized nuts, and blueberry brownie and cottage Nutella brownie, Picnic cheer is a basket we’re totally digging this festive season.

Foodhall has many more carefully crafted baskets to suit every occasion and person. Choose from wine baskets and fruit & nut baskets, or one of their Marble Platters, La Truffier, Cheese Monger’s Delight and other baskets.

Check out the complete range of festival gifting here.

This story is in partnership with Foodhall.