Small-Batchery - Locally Made Gift Boxes to Support Small Businesses

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Seasonal Curated Gift Delivery to Your Door

A seasonal and curated subscription box that promotes small businesses by stocking locally made goods - Edible Manhattan

Small Batchery creates channels to support small businesses' locally crafted food products in New York, and ships seasonal subscription boxes starting this holiday season!

Small Batchery works with local makers in Harlem, Queens, Brooklyn, and the Hudson Valley, together with local curators Miles.City and Hudson River Exchange. Edible Manhattan wrote a feature on the launch, calling Small Batchery “a seasonal and curated subscription box that promotes small businesses by stocking locally made goods.” Among the curated producers includes local maker from Queens, Stephanie Golden of Biggie’s Crack Toffee which was selected by Oprah as one of her favorite items in 2016.

There are 4 limited editions of seasonal gift boxes:
No. 1 : The Sweet Box - perfect gift for the treat-craving snackers
No. 2 : The Sauce Box - perfect gift for the chefs at home
No. 3 : The Cured Box - perfect gift for the savory flavor-seekers
No. 4 : The Elixir Box - perfect gift for those interested in wellness potions to the cocktail enthusiast

There is also an option to add special personalized note, gift wrap, and ship for free within the US, starting at $30 per box.

This holiday season, Small Batchery is also collaborating with Westfield at Fulton Center at 200 Broadway in Downtown Manhattan to create a holiday pop-up shop from Nov 25 - Dec 23, with showcases of more than 20 local makers.

The Small Batchery & Co. embrace the small-batch, quality crafted, & the proudly made. They carefully curate and select quality local small-batch items of pre-packaged food items from the New York Region. They are an affiliated brand of Miles.City, which supports small businesses and creatives to grow by matching them with accessible storefront spaces.

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