The Special Edition Holiday Box features seasonal delicacies such as melon candied calissons from France, truffle products from Italy, Swedish Christmas gingerbread and a Holiday themed culture guide.
New York, NY (PRWEB) November 12, 2014
This holiday season, gourmet subscription box company, Try The World is introducing its Special Edition Holiday Box which gives the gift of discovering winter season culinary traditions as celebrated in different countries. The Special Edition Holiday Box features artisanal seasonal delicacies such as melon candied calissons from France, delicious truffle products from Italy, authentic Swedish Christmas gingerbread and a Holiday themed culture guide. Try The World’s Special Edition Holiday Box is available on November 10, and plans start at $33 per box with free shipping within the U.S. for subscribers.
Just in time for the holiday season, Try The World aims to change the way people shop for food online, by announcing the launch of its e-Commerce platform. In addition to its successful subscription-based model that lets customers discover foods sourced from countries around the world, the e-shop will now give customers the opportunity to purchase individual products, with the simple click of a mouse.
Launching on November 10, Try The World’s e-Shop will feature gourmet products such as Black Olive Paté – a staple of Mediterranean cuisine sourced locally in Italy, Blackcurrant Jam which is produced in France and stays true to classic French jams with berries picked from the French countryside and many more artisanal products that are hard to find in U.S. specialty brick and mortar food stores. Moving into 2015, the number of countries represented in the e-Shop will expand as will the selection of product SKUs.
“My Co-Founder, David Foult and I, are extremely excited about the rollout of our e-Commerce platform because it signals growth and the next phase of our business model,” says Try The World Co-Founder, Kat Vorotova. “Our subscribers will now have the opportunity to increase the frequency of the Try The world experience by having access to their favorite products from their favorite countries, whenever they like.”
Often referred to as “culinary tourism in a box,” Try The World launched in 2013 with the unique proposition to capture the essence of the greatest countries in the form of a gourmet subscription box. The well-positioned concept particularly appeals to food-lovers and those curious about other cultures but lack the time or resources to travel abroad. Subscribers receive a new box from a different country every two months, with each box containing 7-10 full sized authentic products sourced by local culinary experts in countries such as France, Tokyo, Brazil, Italy and Turkey.
For more information on Try The World, visit http://www.TryTheWorld.com