Spoonful of Comfort’s new caregiver gift packages offer a meaningful way for those that are used to

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Spoonful of Comfort, a company that offers unique corporate and personalized gift packages, announce thoughtful gift packages for caregivers.

Salt Lake City, Utah (PRUnderground) February 7th, 2016

Spoonful of Comfort, a company that offers unique corporate and personalized gift packages, announce thoughtful gift packages for caregivers. These specially crafted, food care packages are ideal for people who want to offer something special to those that often go unrecognized as they care for others.

Sometimes those that take care of others need a little care, too. Spoonful of Comfort's care packages are a great way for families to show appreciation to caregivers that take care of elderly or disabled family members. Appreciation can now be expressed towards caregivers by giving a simple, yet thoughtful care package from Spoonful of Comfort. Small gestures can mean everything to someone like a caregiver that is used to giving, not receiving.

Spoonful of Comfort's gourmet gift baskets come from the heart. A great way to show someone that they are being thought of, and that their care for others does not go unnoticed. Support can now be shown to caregivers in one's life with a homemade-style gourmet gift basket from Spoonful of Comfort. A gesture of gratitude like this means one less meal to prepare, one more moment to relax, and one memorable, meaningful way to know they're truly appreciated.

Spoonful of Comfort Co-Founder, Marti Wymer, discovered how great soup gift baskets can be as gifts, especially when he found out that his mother was diagnosed with lung cancer. She shares. "I was so upset and felt helpless being so far away. I needed to 'do something.' I looked into sending flowers or fruit, but nothing seemed appropriate. I wanted to show her how much I cared, and in some way comfort her. I immediately thought of chicken soup – it's what she (like many mothers) used to make to comfort me, and the idea for Spoonful of Comfort was born."

Spoonful of Comfort came to be with Wymer's desire to honor her mother. Her goal became to help others who had sick loved ones. Whether customers have an ailing family member, a child away at college, or a new baby in the family, Spoonful of Comfort can help show care or appreciation with gourmet gift baskets. Spoonful of Comfort was established to deliver comfort to loved ones with as much care as if the food gift was being made from scratch and sent from the recipient's own family.

Spoonful of Comfort offers unique care packages, and in several options. More diverse packages allow recipients to receive a half gallon of handcrafted chicken soup, a card with a handwritten personalized message, six pieces rolls made from scratch, and a specially designed soup ladle. For other packages, customers can add fresh-from-the-oven chocolate chip (six pieces) or oatmeal raisin (six pieces) cookies, organic Chamomile tea good for eight servings, and a cute vintage polka-dot apron.

Show your soup-port today. Choose a gift that will make that special someone's day. Spoonful of Comfort will help make it memorable. For thoughtful gift packages for caregivers or family members, visit www.SpoonfulOfComfort.com or call 1-877-404-7678 today.

About Spoonful of Comfort

Soup is just one of many thoughtful gift ideas Spoonful of Comfort has been simmering up since 2008. The company is dedicated to the memory of Mona Bowes: mother, friend, and chicken soup connoisseur.

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