The artisan gift pack that promises a delicious taste of Lancashire this Christmas!

2 October 2023

Good Intent Gifts is a newly established Lancashire start-up which has launched a bespoke gift pack filled with delicious food & drink from across the county. Perfectly timed for the festive season, the ‘Lancashire Gift Pack’ is a ready-made, compact gift that’s the ideal Christmas present for foodies – or anyone with a fondness for Lancashire! Independent retailers stocking the ‘Lancashire Gift Pack’ can expect to ring in the sales with the beautifully packaged gift box which contains a tasty selection of artisan products made by some of Lancashire’s finest producers.

Good Intent Gifts intends to support local businesses by collaborating with hand-picked artisan producers from Lancashire. The ‘Lancashire Gift Pack’ is the first product to launch and contains some familiar favourites:

· Choc Amor Tonka Bean, Sea Salt & Cocoa Nibs (100g)

· The Bee Centre Honey with dipper (75g)

· Farmhouse Biscuits Salted Caramel Shortbread (150g)

· Fiddler’s Lancashire Crisps Sea Salt (40g)

· Mr Fitzpatrick’s Sarsaparilla Cordial (100ml)

· plus, Good Intent Gifts bespoke tote bag

Founder Suzi Wynne says “I have worked in the world of gifting, food and drink for many years and I love supporting small businesses. The new venture with Good Intent Gifts means I get to combine all three! Good Intent Gifts is all about collaborating with local brands to bring a new creative range of gift packs to market that we believe consumers will love. We focus on high quality products and I think people will try them, enjoy them and hopefully buy them again from the individual producers that we’ve introduced them to”.

Good Intent Gifts creates ready-made gift packs which are available for Independent Retailers, Distributors & Employers to buy direct from the online shop. The ‘Lancashire Gift Pack’ has broad appeal and will make artisan gifting easy this Christmas! For Sales enquiries contact [email protected] or visit for more information.

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