Gift baskets aren't just for the holidays anymore. Food retailers are giving companies like Harry and David more competition as many turn gift baskets from a seasonal side business into a year-round profit center. The bundled offerings enable retailers to present national-brand, private-label, locally grown and gourmet items in a beautiful package that carries one of the highest retails in the store. Today, food retailers are selling $100, $200 and — at certain upscale stores — up to ...

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