Good & Fugly is slinging food-waste-fighting Christmas gift and entertainer boxes
The festive season means one thing – lots and lots of food. So you can feel a little bit less guilty about your Christmas consumption, food-waste-fighting start-up Good & Fugly is continuing its mission to fight food waste this silly season with the launch of its Christmas gift and entertainer boxes. With two tasty box options to choose from (plus a few extra food-waste-fighting pressies to shop), Good & Fugly can help you tick both groceries and gifts off your Christmas list.
Christmas is coming and unfortunately it brings with it a bunch of food wastage. If you’re looking to get in Santa’s good books (and skip the long grocery shop lines while you’re at it), we suggest ordering a Good & Fugly Christmas box. Your first option is the Good & Fugly Xmas Fruit Box, which for $55 includes a tasty seasonal selection of locally sourced fruits that will make the perfect addition to any charcuterie board or fruit platter you’re planning to impress your in-laws with. Plus, since Good & Fugly works with local Aussie farmers to save ‘fugly’ and excess fruits and veggies from going to waste, you know your gift isn’t only good, it does good too.
Hosting the whole family this Christmas? The cousins, your nan and weird aunt can all enjoy some goodies thanks to Good & Fugly’s Ultimate Food Saver Fruit Box. Inside is a delicious bounty of fresh fruit and a range of goodies like Sunny Times raw honey, Worthy Cause’s chunky choc-chip cookies, a Veggie Saver pouch and The Food Saver’s A-Z book – a jam-packed guide to storing, using up and making the most of every ingredient in your kitchen. All of this is just $125, which for Cozzie Livs’ standards, is a bargain in our book.
Pre-orders for Good & Fugly’s Christmas boxes are available now online. The generous folks at Good & Fugly will also include a $20 gift card in all gift box pre-orders made before December. Just remember to order before December 20, with all deliveries happening between December 1–22.
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