Sweet treats to say 'I love you'

Published: Thursday | February 7, 2013 Comments 0
These cookie pops are available individually or arranged in a bouquet.
These cookie pops are available individually or arranged in a bouquet.
Too cute! These hearts come in three types: red velvet, chocolate and strawberry swirl.
Too cute! These hearts come in three types: red velvet, chocolate and strawberry swirl.
You will have your partner eating to their heart's content, resulting in a bellyful of love. - Contributed photos
You will have your partner eating to their heart's content, resulting in a bellyful of love. - Contributed photos

Latoya Grindley, Staff Reporter

Valentine's Day, which is widely observed as the day of love, is fast approaching.

Each year, several people find it challenging to find sentimental and creative gifts to 'wow' their valentine.

Keeping it simple is perfectly fine when selecting gifts, as it really is the thought that counts and the 'sweetness' of it.

Sweet treats are synonymous with Valentine's Day, and in anticipation of the day of love, proprietor of Sugabuzz, Suelan Chung, has some specially created packages to sweeten the deal on February 14. This, she told Food, is to meet the growing demand of persons now opting to give candied treats as gifts, especially around this time of year. According to her, these are ideal treats especially for those who know how to appreciate a bit of sweetness.

With specially crafted packages, each treat reflects love. The treats can be purchased individually or used to create a basket or bouquet.

So with love meaning everything sweet and nice, get creative and treat your partner to a sugar-filled Valentine's Day.

Sugabuzz can be contacted at 389-2561 or send an email to sugabuzz@gmail.com.

latoya.grindley@gleanerjm.com

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