Share your sympathies and help the grieving family make through their time of loss with a gift basket that's dignified and full of delicious foods that will strengthen them. A special condolence box is filled with Fruit Preserves; Stuffed Olives; Salmon, Herring, and Tuna Fillets; Herbal Tea; and Cookies, and it's all Kosher. When there are no words for a difficult time, send your love with the Sweetest Condolences Gift Box.
The products contained in this gift are strictly kosher: Bedatz and Mehadrin.
"Last night I got a confirmation that the recipient received the cake and greeting card. I'm so glad that you solved the problem. I was considering for the next year to look for another company, but as you took care about the reported issue, surely I will come back to you for your services. Thanks a lot. Keep doing a good service, and take care of this kind of issues for future customers."
Reviewed by Gabriela A - Rating: 4.7 Guadalajara, Mexico
"I requested a basket that contained a wine bottle to be delivered in Norway. It is the first shop that could do it, and my boyfriend received a very good Spanish wine from La Rioja. The shop did all its best to contact a local shop in Norway in order to fulfill my wishes, since Norway has alcoholic restrictions. Since the very beginning of my order the shop kept me informed by phone about the order, and I live in Spain! My boyfriend received the package with chocolates and a rose, on time and he was really suprised and very touched. Thank you Gift Baskets Overseas to help me to make happy a person. "
Reviewed by Liliana - Rating: 4.5 Barcelona, Spain
"It's great to find some online businesses who are able to provide a fast response by email and phone. I was able to call them even at 1 am and someone was always there to answer questions about my corporate order. My family has relatives in Italy and my husband is German, so we were lucky to find a place that delivered almost anywhere in Europe and US. Their prices are on a higher end, yet their customer service and speed of delivery was something I didn't mind paying for."