Eid Al-Adha or Eid Ul Adha, is an important Eid feast, which falls before Christmas on October 15th this year. Rather than send a potentially inappropriate Christmas hamper, why not send an Eid hamper? Bear in mind that sending a vegetarian hamper without a bottle of alcohol isn’t always ‘safe’ enough. Many traditional hamper products may have small amount of alcohol in their ingredients (think of rum truffles, or brandy in a Christmas pudding or even certain additives), which are not acceptable to observant Muslims. Our Eid gift hampers are vegetarian, strictly non-alcoholic and Haram additives free, yet contain wonderful traditional foods such as Mithai (Indian / Pakistani sweets) stuffed dates, Maamul and hand made Baklawa, that will delight any Muslim at Eid.
Even closer now is Eid Al-Fitr or Eid Ul Fitr which falls on the 8th August this year. This is an important celebration for Muslims that marks the end of the holy month of Ramadan, so a varied inspiring selection of Halal gift basket & hamper collection has been created for the celebrations and any other festive occasions throughout the year.
Ripe Gifts www.ripegifts.co.uk, UK’s premier vegetarian gift basket company, is also happy to create customised hampers to meet Islamic dietary requirements for corporates as well as for individuals, so just call on 01628 785354 to discuss.