Administrative Professionals Day

For all those long hours, dedication, and as a recognition of great work and appreciation, the country celebrates Administrative Professionals Day. Since 1952 this holiday has been honoring office workers across the country for the work that they do.

Its has developed into a great way of showing thanks to those you work with or employ. Showing your gratitude is as easy as speaking a few words of appreciation, or giving a  fun gift that will brighten a day if not a week. Traditionally the entire week is spent showing your coworkers appreciation. Office parties, Donuts, Gift Baskets! All are great ideas. Here are just a few gifts we think anyone will enjoy from The Fruit Company!

Thank You Tower

Show your appreciation with this adorable gathering of sweet fruit and savory treats veiled in watercolor art boxes. Tease your senses with chocolate covered blueberries, crunchy roasted mixed nuts, or Beef summer sausage and Rogue Creamery Cheese spread over flakey honey wheat crackers.  A delicious combination that is a treat! Tasty to say the least.


Northwest Gourmet Basket

The Northwest comes alive with this eclectic selection of goodies. Regional delicacies and rarities are joined in blended harmony with this immaculate gourmet gift basket. Send this fruit basket of abundance from the flowing Northwest Rivers, the natural beauty of glacial slopes and the endless rolling hills of fruit trees. Allow these treats to melt in your mouth and transport you to the Great Northwest.


Basil Havarti and Pears Gift Box

This European inspired specialty of fruit and cheese features the creamiest savory Havarti and the perfect pears fresh from the orchards. The delicate basil flavor enhances the spicy musk of Bosc, the smooth sweetness of d’Anjou, and the rich texture of Webster Comice Pears.

The Fruit Company® got its start in 1942 when Roy Webster began selling apples and pears from his orchards located in Hood River, Oregon. The area was perfect for growing fruit thanks to the volcanically enriched soil and glacial water from the nearby Mt. Hood. The fruit was exceptional. The company was passed down from father to son and today is owned and operated by Roy's Grandson Scott Webster.

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