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Non Material Gift Ideas in Toronto

We recently updated our list of non-material gift ideas that make a difference in BC. We thought it was high time we gave our friends in the Eastern Time Zone some options for meaningful gift experiences that don’t necessarily come in a box! Browse our list of 9 non-material gift ideas in Toronto.

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Our Best Mother’s Day Gifts for Making Mom Smile

We know it’s hard to select the perfect gift for the mom who does it all. To help, we’ve put together a list of our top mother’s day gift baskets for moms, mothers-in-law, grandmothers, aunts - really, anybody who deserves to feel special on this day.

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The Top 11 Hand-made Easter Treats in Canada

It's officially Spring, and top chocolate artisans across the country have "sprung" into action - testing their creativity and crafting Easter treats that truly stand out from the crowd. We've scoured the nation for the the country's most imaginative Easter treats and are pleased to present our top picks. Feast your eyes on the top 11 hand made Easter treats in Canada.

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Centre and Main: Bold Flavours from a Little Village

We recently posted about some of the chocolate artisans we work with who have been celebrated on the international stage. One such artisan is Centre and Main, founded by Angela Roest in the village of Warkworth Ontario. We recently caught up with Angela to learn more about her operation, her recent success at the International Chocolate Awards, and some of her favourite creations.

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To BC Or Bust: the Story of ChocolaTas

Their family thought they were insane. Moving to Canada and starting a chocolate business? Abandoning their careers and uprooting their family for something completely unknown? 20 years later, Veve and Wim Tas, owners of ChocolaTas, wouldn't change a thing. Read the full story here.

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Celebrating our Award-Winning Chocolate Artisans

Last month, at the International Chocolate Awards Canada in Toronto, a number of artisans we partner with came home with multiple awards in gold, silver, and bronze for the incredible work they do. Today, we’re celebrating our decorated artisans who continue to make our gifts great.

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Behind the Scenes at Kitten and the Bear in Toronto, Ontario.

“When someone tells us that our jam & scones tastes like something from their childhood it feels like magic.” - Sophie Kaftal, Founder, Kitten & the Bear This week on the Saul Good blog, we’re going behind the scenes at Kitten and the Bar to learn more about the duo behind Parkdale’s coziest tea room ☕

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Chez Christophe Serves up Swiss Nostalgia in Burnaby Heights

Many of us have memories of foods from our childhoods, hometowns or home countries that make us fondly remember times and places past. For pastry chef and chocolatier, Christophe Bonzon, this nostalgia inspired him to transport the pastry cafes of his Swiss hometown to his new home in Burnaby Heights. We recently sat down with Christophe to chat about how his passion for pastry has blossomed into a thriving community hub.

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5 Ways to Rock Your Corporate Gift Program

Creating a corporate gift program can seem like a daunting task - but with a little planning and preparation, you can craft a gift experience that’s both memorable and meaningful for your recipients. As your partner in gifting, we’re giving you 5 tips to make this gifting season a breeze.

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When Funding for this Charity Ended, an Innovative Social Enterprise was Born.

Saul Good has partnered with Corbrook - Awakening Abilities to assemble our Toronto gift baskets. For 68 years, Corbrook operated as a sheltered workshop, until an announcement from the government of Ontario would turn the organization on its head. Find out how Corbrook survived and is now stronger than ever.

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