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5 great Georgia-made food gifts

’Tis the season to great gifts, especially the ones made in Georgia.

From rich chocolate to mouthwatering jerky, the following five companies offer presents that are perfect for the food lover in you life.

Georgia Grinders Premium Nut Butters: This non-GMO, small batch nut butter company in Atlanta is offering any three nut butters packaged with special wrapping and a personalized gift card. Visit www.naturalmond.com/buy-it/ select the products you would like to purchase and include the code HOLIDAYDEALS at checkout to receive the trio discount.

CACAO Atlanta: Give the gift of luxury, in the form of rich chocolate like dark peppermint, dark cherry with almond and white cookie coffee. All are available online or at the Buckhead shop.

Photo credit: King of Pops

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Fairywood Thicket Farm: For something sweet and fragrant, opt for this Fairburn-based company’s strawberry lavender jam, which is available at local farmers market and online.

King of Pops: If you want the best food items in Georgia, order it one, big, beautiful gift basket. Appropriately called Perfect 10 Foods, this yummy gift features Doux South’s drunken tomatoes, Garlic Clove’s garden pilaf, Honeysuckle Gelato’s bourbon pecan, several King of Pops popsicles and more. Delivery is only available in Atlanta.

Stripling’s: For mouthwatering, hand-made, jerky without artificial flavors or nitrates, get it at this general store in Cordele, GA. Not in town? Order it online.

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