Colorado has gifts all wrapped up this year

By: Lauren Whitney Email
By: Lauren Whitney Email

GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (KKCO) - Shopping locally not only gives local retailers a boost, but it gives the recipient a taste of what it's like to live in Colorado.

Alida's Fruit has a wide variety of dried fruits, salsas, preserves, and syrups all made locally from fresth produce.

Enstrom Candies is famous for it's almond toffee and other sweet confections. The company ships worldwide directly from their store.

Give a gift from the vine. A list of local wineries can be found on the Palisade Chamber of Commerce Web site by clicking the link below.

Frame Works & Gallery has the 2010 Rob Kurtzman Panoramic Calendar with 13 beautiful pictures of the Western Colorado for less than $15. And all in-house photos are 20% off until Dec. 24. There are 200 Rob Kutrzman's photographs to order from in various sizes.

Look around and you'll find lots of other examples of locally-grown, locally-made Colorado specialties to give this holiday season.

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  • by Anonymous on Dec 18, 2009 at 07:45 PM
    Wow, couldn't someone proofread this before posting it? 2 typos in this short story... was someone in a big hurry or what?
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