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Regency Hampers comments on Alcohol Free Hamper Trend

Cheltenham, United Kingdom (27th Jan 2014) – Regency Hampers, experts in luxury hampers and premium gifts for all occasions, have commented on the alcohol-free hamper Christmas trend.

Regency Hampers have reported a noted rise in sales of healthy, alcohol-free hampers. More family orientated products are being requested, with both customers and clients choosing food over drinks. This healthier approach to gift giving is in response to more customers and colleagues having an alcohol-free lifestyle.

Having noticed a 25% year on year increase in alcohol-free hampers, Regency have decided to cater to all of their customers’ needs with their range of alcohol-free hampers. Non-alcoholic items can include cheeses, cordials, biscuits, pickles, chutneys, crackers, chocolates, jams, preserves and crisps.

Speaking on behalf of Regency Hampers is Neil Perkin: “Hampers are a traditional and timeless gift that will always be appropriate around the Christmas period, and opting out of alcohol doesn’t mean you have to have an empty looking hamper, by any means.

“After noticing this change in consumer activity we thought it best to offer a product that meets the needs of the healthier shopper. Gifts are also being bought for those who do not celebrate with alcohol, and as such a hamper is the perfect present for anyone.”

For more information on Regency Hampers, visit www.regencyhampers.com

About Regency Hampers:

Regency Hampers specialises in deluxe food hampers and premium gifts for all occasions, from anniversary hampers to Christmas hampers. As a member of the Guild of Fine Food Retailers, Regency Hampers sources products from trusted brands, selecting only the finest foods and wines for the most luxurious gifts.


Neil Perkin
Regency Hampers Ltd
Eagle Tower
Montpelier Drive
GL50 1TA
Tel: 01242 500 920
Email: info@regencyhampers.com

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