Gladful Festive Collections Premium gift box (9 items) for Rakhi brother & sister, Healthy Food, Snacks Hamper Gift Set, Almond Cookies Jar, Date Nut Squares, Rakhi, Kids Socks


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Introducing our Rakhi Festive Gift Box, specially designed to make your little ones feel special and loved. Packed in an eco-friendly yellow & blue bright box, this environmentally conscious choice is perfect for any occasion. Our Rakhi Gift Box have Almond Protein Mini Cookies, Date Nut Squares, Kids Socks and Cute Rakhis. This thoughtful and meaningful Rakhi Festive Gift Box is perfect for kids of all ages, spreading warmth, love, and happiness. By choosing this eco-friendly and wholesome gift, you can make your little ones’ day and create lasting memories of joyous celebrations. Don’t miss the chance to delight your children with this special offering. Get yours now and make the festivities even more memorable!
Almond Protein Mini Cookies: These delicious cookies are not only a tasty treat but also a nutritious one. Each serving contains 5 grams of protein from high-quality vegetarian sources. Made with wholewheat and without any added maida, they offer a healthier snacking alternative. Being packed with fiber and trans-fat-free, parents can rest assured about providing a wholesome snack to their kids.
Date Nut Squares: A heavenly blend of dates and nuts awaits in this portion of the gift box. Sweetened naturally and infused with delicious flavors, these date nut squares come in 4 assorted flavors. Each serving packs 3 grams of protein, making them a power-packed treat that kids will love.
Socks: As a bonus, the gift box includes adorable socks made with sustainable yarns and fabrics. Crafted from good quality combed cotton, they ensure comfort and durability. With three different color combinations and cartoon caricatures, these socks will bring joy to the little ones’ hearts.
Cute Rakhis: Adding a heartwarming touch to the festive occasion, the gift box includes lovely Rakhis to celebrate the bond between siblings.