Edible Arrangements Helps You Stay Healthy!

April 17, 2012


Why do you think it is important to include fruits in your diet? It is a sure way to a healthier body! Edible Arrangements Hong Kong has a great selection of fruit for you to treat yourself with. Not only is fruit healthy, it’s also delectable and can be of great advantage in many different ways. Fruit is a great way to consume a more healthy diet in order to lose weight or to gain more energy. You’ll feel much better the moment you start eating more fruit!


Edible Arrangements Hong Kong knows that the nutrients you get from fruit are important! They handcrafted these fruit bouquets especially for you and your loved ones to get all the nutrients you need! To get the highest number of nutrients possible, Edible Arrangements Hong Kong offers a great variety of different fruits all with different health benefits.

This is one of the newest fruit bouquets from Edible Arrangements Hong Kong. This Accomplishment Bouquet includes daisy-shaped pineapples, cantaloupes and grapes beautifully arranged in a ceramic container. This is just a perfect gift to newly graduate students and also a deliciously healthy treat!

Do you love strawberries? Fresh, juicy strawberries can benefit your health since they are rich in vitamins and minerals that your body needs to help rejuvenate its cells, tissues, and organs. Plus, strawberries contain a combination of antioxidant and anti-inflammatory agents that help prevent the cause of cancer. They’re delicious too!

Edible Arrangements Hong Kong brings you this juicy Berry Bouquet! Enjoy this luscious strawberry arrangement delightfully arranged in a gorgeous container. You can get it for yourself or cheer someone up with it as a tasty gift!

Edible Arrangements Hong Kong will satisfy all your fruit and health needs. Browse their large selection of arrangements and start eating healthier today!

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Have your own version of Thai fruit carvings

June 30, 2011

Did you know that there’s an interesting story behind the origin of Thai fruit carvings? The widely recognized accounted appearance was reportedly at the Loi Krathong Festival or the Floating Lantern Festival in the Empire of Thailand roughly 700 years ago. The Floating Lantern Festival is held during the full moon on the month of December to thank the spirit of water by floating little decorated rafts with lanterns right along the river.

These days, traditional Thai fruit carvings are often detailed watermelon table decors. Incoporated with these decors are delicate flowers with interesting animal designs. More often than not, the carvings are made out of vegetables and fruits that are all, of course, edible. Although almost any fruit can be used, watermelons remain to be the most popularly used for this purpose. Other things to be considered when creating Thai fruit carvings are that they should have unique colors (i.e. red, pink or yellow of the meat, the white of the rind and the green of the skin) and that they should symbolize the region where they’re from.

Now all of these details may sound a little too much for you but did you know that there’s a simple way for you to have your own version of these Thai fruit carvings and of the Floating Lantern Festival without so much ado? You can actually just sit back and relax and have your own fruit carvings ready for pick-up or delivery!

Just place an order at Edible Arrangements Hong Kong (www.ediblearrangements.hk) They produce the freshest, juiciest, most delicious and stunningly arranged fruit bouquets. They have a very wide array of choices for you that you can have your very own fruit party just about anywhere you want. It even does not have to be in Thailand.

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What your wedding organizer must tell you: one new, fresh way to set your wedding apart!

June 24, 2011

Because a wedding is, hands down, one of the most important events in a person’s life, it is then completely understandable if a bride wants it to become the most memorable, most sentimental, most remarkable and, more often than not, most talked about! After all, while a wedding is both for the groom and the bride, the latter is mostly the “star” of the day.

Hence, if you’re the type of bride who simply wants to make her own wedding a tad more unique, then here’s one new, fresh way to do just that! Why don’t you ask your wedding organizer about the fresh fruit bouquets and lovely wedding gift sets from Edible Arrangements Hong Kong?

Don’t settle for the usual flowers. Instead, choose edible, healthy, juicy and fresh! Can you imagine how special it’d be if your wedding features fresh fruits designed, cut and arranged in such a way that they’d look like real daisies and sunflowers? You and your bridesmaids can even nibble on some while you have your hair and make-up done! Place an arrangement inside your groom’s room and for sure the butterflies in his stomach (due to excitement!) will calm down when he and his groomsmen see (and share) the cleverly designed fresh fruits. What’s more – Edible Arrangements Hong Kong can also produce fun and easy breezy wedding gift sets for you. To give you a better idea of what to expect when you have these beautiful and truly astounding fresh fruit arrangements during your wedding day, check these photos at Edible Arrangements HK Facebook Page .

So what are you waiting for? Ask your wedding organizer now to arrange an appointment over at Edible Arrangements Hong Kong. They have two shops – one at G05 Nathan Square, 348 Nathan Road, Jordan, Kowloon. (Tel. No. 852 2385 0158) and another one at 3012, IFC Mall – Podium, Central (Tel. No. 852 2295 1108).

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