Ever try to send a gift basket to someone with an allergy? It’s a pain, right? You constantly struggle, asking different companies such as edible arrangements, popcorn factory and more, what their ingredients are, only to find out that they can not guarantee that there is no cross contamination. Fortunately, Icanhavethat.com resolves this issue.
I Can Have That is a site designed to send gluten free and allergy friendly gift baskets. Customers can purchase gluten, milk, egg, soy, wheat, tree nut, peanut, fish, or shellfish free baskets. Why do they accommodate so many allergies you ask? According to their site, between 4% and 8% of the general population has a food sensitive allergy. One out of every 133 people has celiac disease and cannot digest gluten, found in wheat, rye, and barely. Therefore, they focus on gluten free as their main form of gift baskets, but still provide for other allergies.
Jane Erickson developed this site after she and her son were diagnosed with celiac disease in 2006. Her sister claimed that she wanted to send her sister a gift basket a few weeks later, but could not find one that was entirely gluten free. Jane approached a friend and thus I can Have That was born.
To add to the accommodations, I can have that prides themselves on providing foods that have a delicious taste even though they are allergy friendly. This way, people can truly enjoy the gift basket that they receive. Their baskets each include a variety of goodies for different occasions or cravings.
On the site, you can also purchase gluten free cookbooks, separate knives and cutting boards, or a few other fun toys to add to your gift baskets. You can also specify the day you want your gift basket to arrive, if it for a special occasion. All orders received after 2 PM Eastern will be shipped on the following business day.
If your friend or loved one has celiac disease or some other food allergy, brighten their day and check out icanhavethat.com and send them a gift basket.