Coming in a variety of different assortments, themes and sizes, Crunch’s picture-perfect platters have something for every customer - with gluten free, vegetarian and pregnancy-friendly boxes.
Their regular platter box, feeding one to two people and priced at £16, contains oatcakes, crackers, chutney, sun dried tomatoes, cocktail gherkins, olives, mini Highland brie, Isle of Arran Cheddar, salami, prosciutto, dried fruit and fresh fruit & vegetables.
While ingredients can vary depending on the season, Crunch’s state on their website that they aim to “offer top quality ingredients and Scottish local produce where possible.”
Earlier this month, they unveiled their new ‘Winter Warmer’ platter boxes rich with festive treats to share with friends and family. The Winter Warmer range presents both sweet and savoury options, with its Cake box containing festive dried berries alongside Salted Sticky Toffee Cake, Mulled Apple Cake and chocolate brownie and Christmas bakewell bites.
The Winter Warmer Cake Box is available at a price of £16, with its savoury alternative priced at £21 boasting plenty of cold meats and festive treats. Here, a Bake at Home Camembert takes centre stage alongside offerings including rosemary ham, Peters Yard Biscuits, norcellara olives and fig chutney.
For those looking for grander gift options might look to the team’s Luxury Christmas Hamper or their Extra Large Sharing Platter Box made for five to eight people, containing a variety of Scottish cheeses, crackers, a selection of macarons as well as nuts, olives, dried and fresh fruit and vegetables.
Crunch offers its range of platter boxes, hampers and treats online – delivering to customers in Edinburgh for varied fees depending on location.
To check out the full range from Crunch and find out more, visit their website here.
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