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6 Best Gift Baskets in Toronto to Shop

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6 Best Gift Baskets in Toronto to Shop

Looking to support local and shop the best gift baskets in Toronto this holiday season?

Holiday gift shopping is no easy task, especially when you have a whole list of people to shop for.

When it comes to gift-giving, I prefer to give gifts that are thoughtful and meaningful, rather than just plain material things.

With gift baskets, you can gift your friends and loved ones a variety of special and unique products to try out!

Here’s a look at the best local holiday gift baskets to shop this Christmas in Toronto.

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The best Toronto gift baskets

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Toronto holiday gift basket from Saul Good Gift Co.
All the delish sweet treats in Saul Good Gift Co.’s C-Sweet Gift Basket.
Toronto holiday gift basket from Saul Good Gift Co.
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This local gift box from Saul Good Gift Co. features an illustrated map of Toronto by artist Karen O’Leary.

Saul Good Gift Co.

Saul Good Gift Co.‘s local Toronto gift baskets feature all Canadian-made artisan and gourmet goodies and treats.

Their gift baskets are hand-packed locally by employees of Corbrook, an agency that supports adults with developmental disabilities here in Toronto.

Saul Good Gift Co. offers local gift baskets for Toronto, Vancouver, and Calgary, each of which contain gourmet and artisan goodies from their respective provinces.

They also have B Corp status, which is amazing!

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The C-Sweet Gift Basket features local treats from these Toronto companies:

  • Wicked Shortbread
  • Toronto Popcorn Company
  • Centre & Main
  • Hugo & Nate
  • Goûter Chocolate
  • Laura Slack
  • CXBO Chocolates
  • Laura Slack
  • C6 Chocolates
  • Soul Chocolate
  • David H. Chow

Price range: $65-$295

Shipping: $10 flat rate most places in Canada, free shipping over $99

Cheese board from Cheese Boutique Toronto

Cheese Boutique

Fellow lovers of Cheese, rejoice!

Cheese Boutique has been here in Toronto for almost 50 years, and they offer delicious cheesy gift baskets.

From creamy brie to aged cheddar, they have all kinds of different cheeses to satisfy your giftee’s cheesy desires.

Each gift basket is custom-designed, so you’ll have to inquire by phone about pricing and selections.

LOCATION: 45 Ripley Avenue, Toronto, ON

Second Voyage

Second Voyage is a local Toronto vintage shop that sells all kinds of beautiful vintage pieces.

They also offer gift boxes featuring vintage teacups, glasses, and flatware, and you can choose between tea or cocktail gift boxes!

For the foodie in your life who also adores vintage things, they’ll adore these gift boxes.

Her Majesty’s Pleasure

For the beauty and self-care lover in your life, they’ll love these local gift baskets from Her Majesty’s Pleasure, a Toronto-based beauty salon.

From cozy self-care packages to to DIY salon kits, they’ve got all kinds of aesthetically-pleasing gift baskets to choose from.

Price range: $65-$590

Shipping: free expedited shipping over $150

Hebe’s Closet

For the person who loves to sleep (don’t we all?), a gift box from Hebe’s Closet is the perfect holiday gift idea.

They make their silk products using 100% silk, which is completely natural and has a lot of beauty benefits.

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Their gift boxes have a combination of silk scrunchies, sleep masks, face masks, and nightgowns.

You can pick a selection that works best for your giftee!

Price range: $50-$165

Shipping: $3 Canada-wide shipping, $12-$18 for Canada-wide shipping with tracking number

Wild North Flowers

While Wild North Flowers doesn’t specifically sell gift baskets, you can add candles and chocolates to your flower order to make it into a sort of gift basket!

They’ve got so many stunning arrangements, and you can even get your giftee a dried arrangement that’ll last them longer than fresh flowers.

Price range: $85-$455

Shipping: $9-$25 depending on where in Ontario

Best local Toronto gift baskets:

  1. Saul Good Gift Co.
  2. Cheese Boutique
  3. Second Voyage
  4. Her Majesty’s Pleasure
  5. Hebe’s Closet
  6. Wild North Flowers

Will you be gifting any gift baskets this holiday season? I’d love to know in the comments!

Looking for more holiday gift ideas? Check out some of my other holiday gift guides:

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Jessica Lam | Toronto lifestyle, fashion, beauty, and travel blogger | Diary of a Toronto Girl, a Canadian lifestyle blog

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