Ten last-minute gifts

christmasgifts Ten locally made products available at the markets that are perfect for a Christmas gift hamper:

1. Macadamias from Rainforest Foods or Nudgel Nuts: Everyone loves a delicious creamy local macadamia. Even better when they’re honey roasted or choc-coated.

2. Locally grown coffee beans from Nashua Valley Organics, Myocum Coffee or Organic Forrest: A bag of ground or whole beans are the perfect gift for a coffee lover.

3. Bush teas and spices: Lemon myrtle, and strawberry gum are among the fragrant native spices and teas available from native food stall, Playing With Fire. There’s also a lovely finger lime cordial and Davidsons Plum jam.

4. Fig and granola activated muesli from Mumma Raw: Vegan, gluten free and delicious.

5. Rainbow Fruit Flats: Instead of sugary treats, why not add one of these 100% fruit leathers to the kids’ stockings?

6. Handmade beeswax candles from Happy Flame: A beautiful centrepiece for the Christmas table.

7. Billinudgel Brown Sauce: Home made from fresh ingredients grown at Billinudgel, it’s perfect with your eggs or a steak.

8. Home made relishes and pickles from The Gourmet Salad Hut or Not Just a Tart: Excellent on a ham or turkey sandwich on Boxing Day.

9. Chocolate from Puremelt: Handmade, raw, gluten free and refined sugar free.

10. A reusable shopping bag or t-shirt. The Mullumbimby Farmers Market’s tough reusable tote bags are a great practical gift, perfect for shopping or carting gear to the beach. The market’s new kids and adults t-shirts, singlets and caps also make a great gift.

Santa will be visiting tomorrow morning (Friday December 22) with some special treats, so bring the kids, tick off your Christmas shopping list then relax and enjoy live music, great coffee and festive atmosphere.

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