Valentine’s Day is the day of the year we are all expected to take time out of our busy schedules to make those significant people in our lives feel special. According to the National Retail Federation’s annual consumer intention survey, Valentine’s Day spending is expected to reach around $17.6 billion in 2012. Consumers choose many different avenues to express the way they feel through the gift they give. Whether it’s choosing to purchase an elaborate gift or simply giving a card, pairing it with some of these candy choices will make your Honey swell with appreciation.
50% of shoppers this Valentine’s Day will be purchasing candy for their sweetie. Hearts and heart-shaped gifts are the symbol of love and romance on Valentine’s Day. With an astounding 36 million heart-shaped boxes of chocolate sold each year a favorite, seemingly everyday candy can instantly become a symbol of admiration.
Pangburn’s® Millionaires premium milk chocolate, sweet caramel, and honey already come packaged in a heart container and are a tasty treat for your Valentine.
Another sweet option is Honey Caramels from Lake Champlain Chocolates. Pure Vermont honey, fresh cream, dipped in dark chocolate and wrapped in gold foil, these elegant chocolates will set the stage for romance.
Not a chocolate lover? Try Gimbals Finest Candies Honey Lovers. These heart shaped candies are the perfect way to show your sweetheart your sensitive side. Flavors like peaches and honey, coconut honey and blueberry honey are a temptation that no Valentine can refuse.
There are several ways to profess your love and appreciation to those special people in your life. Keep it simple with something sweet and delicious.
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