Business

Canned goods for lower prices

From now until Dec. 15 Edible Arrangements in Langley is offering a $1 discount for every canned good Food Bank donation brought to their store (up to $10 per customer).

This discount can be used towards many of their artistically designed fresh fruit displays or chocolate dipped fruits, perfect for entertaining during the holiday season.

“With Edible Arrangements, gift giving is easy” said Michelle Carroll of Edible Arrangements.

“The 2011 holiday collection is not only delicious, but festive. Our arrangements are a delicious and beautiful way to bring happiness to any occasion.”

They are now offering special holiday “Berry Tree Bouquets,” “Very Merry Festival” bouquets and “Star of David” bouquets, made fresh upon order with festively shaped pineapples, strawberries, melons, grapes, and oranges.

Back by popular demand, they are also offering their free holiday gift brochure, complete with festive entertaining ideas, holiday gifts and party planning tips.

Edible Arrangements is located at 110-8700 200 St.

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