Ramadan Mubarak: Ramadan and Eid Gift Ideas

Ramadan is the Muslim holy month, and most of the world's estimated 1.9 million Muslims will observe it in some form. This means there's a good chance you — or a friend, a coworker, a neighbor, your child's teacher — will be celebrating, fasting, and doing all sorts of other activities that are unique to the holy month. Eid takes place at the end of Ramadan. The name "Eid al-Fitr" translates as "the festival of the breaking of the fast"

Like the beginning of Ramadan, Eid begins with the first sighting of the new moon. It's good tradition to wear new clothes and, on the way to the mosque, to eat something sweet, such as a date, and recite a short prayer, called a takbeer.

To mark the end of Ramadan, muslims often give gifts.  Our Ramadan gift box is beautifully created with honey, dates, cheeses, dried mango, fresh fruit, crackers, dips and cheeses for a thoughtful Eid gift idea for your loved ones.  Our delicious Ramadan gift box is the ultimate treat for your Ramadan celebrations and gatherings. Our fruit or crudite platter is also a great Ramadan gift idea! Check out the rest of our gift ideas for the best gourmet food gift delivery in Los Angeles!