Unique Gift Basket in Phoenix

Pecans provide the body with zinc, vitamin E, calcium and potassium. They are loaded with fiber and antioxidants. They can boost the immune system, help to lower blood pressure and are good for the heart. They are an important part of any healthy diet and can help to create a balanced, weight-control meal plan. Even more importantly, they taste great. The pecan tree is the state tree of Texas, chosen nearly 100 years ago. The trees grow up to as much as 100 feet tall and can produce nuts for hundreds of years. Each mature tree can produce as much as 50 pounds of nuts every year. The United States produces 80 percent of the pecans consumed around the world. Pecans are found in hundreds of varieties and require a long, warm season to grow appropriately. If you are looking for the perfect Gift Basket in Phoenix, pecans are always appreciated. By purchasing from Arizona’s Pecan Store you will have a large variety of options to choose from. Their enormous 7,000 acre family owned and operated farm supplies pecans for confectioners and for direct consumption. The shop at the Pecan store offers many interesting pecan items to include in a Gift Basket in Phoenix. They have pecan trays and tins with a variety of candy covered and plain pecans. There are bottled syrups, hot sauces and barbecue sauces all of which contain pecans in their special recipes. There are different sized boxes of plain peanuts, both shelled and unshelled. You can mix and match these fun items plus include some extra fun items like their pecan brittle and pecan favored coffee beans.

With the dozens of items available from the Pecan Store you can create the most delicious gift basket anyone could imagine. They are perfect for any occasion or as corporate gifts, secret Santa gifts and more. There are plenty of products so it is possible to create dozens of baskets all uniquely personalized for the recipient.

If you are interested in purchasing some of these products you can visit their website to see the inventory. Click here to place an order and to learn more about the orchard and its history.

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