For those of you who may not be familiar with Uncommon Goods, it is a privately-owned retailer headquartered in Brooklyn, New York that features unique designs and handcrafted gifts. Not only do they offer some fantastic products that you can't find elsewhere, but also the company is committed to practices that support independent artists/designers, fair wages for all workers, and products that are made without harm to the environment. Additionally, they support causes close to their heart by donating $1 from every purchase made to non-profits like Women for Women, RAINN, and Reach Out and Read through their Better to Give program.
As you might imagine, I have quite a few foodies on my shopping list, so when the fine folks at Uncommon Goods asked me to create a guide for last-minute shoppers like myself, I automatically gravitated to their Kitchen and Bar section. While all of the gifts I chose are food/drink-oriented (any of which I would be happen to receive... hint, hint), Uncommon Goods also carries a wide array of gifts to cover everyone on your gift list (click here to check out their Christmas gift collection), many of which are under $50 (click here for ideas).
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Eat Me Serving Board: $120
Fruit Keg Tapping Kit: $19.99
Agate Coasters: $64
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Along with all of the fab foodie gifts, Uncommon Goods also has a fantastic collection of stocking stuffers (I've got my eye on that sweet F Bomb Paperweight!). Visit Uncommon Goods to check out their full list of suggested stocking stuffers... and feel free to load up your favorite blogger's stocking. ;-)
Disclosure: This post is in partnership with Uncommon Goods. Review and all opinions are my own.