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5 fabulous gifts for the healthy foodie


Gift Guide foodieWelcome to Well+Good’s 2013 Holiday Gift Guides, where we recommend five (or more) healthy, stylish gifts for everyone on your list (or for you to add to yours!).

Skip the basket full of cured meats this year, and give handmade, healthy foods that taste as good as they are for you. Here are five fabulous gifts for healthy food lovers…


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Matcha KitBreakaway Matcha Serenity Set, $79–$139

It’s the trendiest tea out there, and Breakaway’s matcha is top quality. Perfect for someone trying to break a hard-core coffee addiction. 


Nut ButtersBest of Big Spoon Roasters Almond & Peanut Butter Collection, $40

These handmade, artisanal nut butters are made with fresh-roasted nuts, just a touch of raw wildflower honey, and sea salt. Once you open a jar, you’ll never put down your spoon. 


Popcorn popperOriginal Whirley Pop Popcorn Popper with Purple and Red Non-GMO Popcorn, $40

Goodbye giant tins of artificial caramel and cheddar. Hello non-GMO corn popped the old-fashioned way.


Herbs and Spices CalendarRifle Paper Co. 2014 Herbs & Spices Calendar, $16

A pretty reminder for any home cook to add  flavor-boosting (and super healthy) ingredients.




Norma Kamali Olive OilNorma Kamali Olive Oil Gift Set, $155

The designer is just as passionate about wellness as she is about fashion, and this set of high-quality EVOO varieties—in pretty bottles with a cute “Olive You” mantra—will always be en vogue.


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