The Chocolate Avenue-Resist Not is a wedding gift company based out of Delhi and has a mouthwatering collection of sweet packages that will give your wedding gifts a sugary surprise. They have the finest chocolates instore for you and your wedding guests so that your taste bud are treated in the most delicious way possible. They started selling the best hampers in 2012 and are since the has built a strong reputation in the industry. They also do beautiful packaging aof all your products without any inconvenience.
The Chocolate Avenue-Resist Not have both edible and non-edible items. Their range of edibles includes imported chocolates, tasty cookies and cake jars, and the finest collection of dry fruits and nuts. On the other end, their non-edible department has beautifully decorated bar wares and other customisable accessories that you can choose from. Apart from this, they also provide domestic shipping of all the products as per your comfort.
The Chocolate Avenue-Resist Not offers a range of services that you can choose for yourself and all your guests. The range of services given by them are mentioned below:
- Cookies, cake jars
- Honey, jams, saffron
- Dry fruits & nuts
- Indian sweets
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