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KEEP THE ROMANCE ALIVE

with

recipes for romance & calorie-free “SWEET” TREATS

 

Inspired by our own getaways for birthdays, anniversaries and just because, we developed a creative line of gifts that all couples can use to keep the spark going at home or away.

 

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Gourmet Romance

Whether you've been together for 30 days or over 30 years like we have, it's always fun to add a touch of romance to your relationship. This book is filled with 110 tasteful and easy-to-follow recipes for romantic gifts surprises and experiences. It was designed to help all romantics, even those in-training.

We encourage wholesale customers to contact us about customization, pricing and quantity discounts.

Also sold through online retailers: Amazon, Barnes and Noble and iTunes.

 
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Sweet ESCAPE!™

This gift is ideal for romantic getaways whether it's an anniversary, birthday or just because. Inside is a copy of Gourmet Romance, plus several cards and other things to make a rendezvous that much more romantic. And because it won't disappear like a candy bar would, it can be used throughout the year.

Currently available only to wholesale customers. Contact us about customization, pricing and quantity discounts.

 
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HONEYMOON SWEET!™

Similar to the popular Sweet Escape!, this kit was designed especially for newlyweds. It makes the perfect gift for engagements, bridal showers, weddings and honeymoons.

Currently available only to wholesale customers. Contact us about customization, pricing and quantity discounts.

 

Kit Ingredients:

(Sorry. It just looks like a giant chocolate bar. But since there's no chocolate it lasts and is calorie-free.)

  • 1 Copy of Gourmet Romance
  • 2 Heart embossed blank cards
  • 2 Sweet Wish coupons for a couple to complete and exchange
  • 1 "Menu" with a list of ideas to help make a romantic rendezvous that much sweeter and memorable

Note: The Sweet Escape! and Honeymoon Sweet! kits are almost identical with only two differences: the wrappers and the “menus.”

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