LOVE – a universal feeling that can be expressed in every language. For the longest time, people worldwide have used Valentine’s Day to spoil their romantic partners with decadent confectionery, sensational garments, and luxurious bouquets. However, the sentiment around how this special day is celebrated continues to evolve.
While these romantic displays of love will always be at the heart of Valentine’s Day, this year we invite you to celebrate your family members, the friends you have on speed dial, the colleagues who are there to listen to those date-night stories after your Teams call, the little ones who look up to you, and last but certainly not least, yourself. Consider a few of our absolute must-haves for Valentine’s Day 2023 below, but thankfully the sky is the limit, because there’s loads more in store and love knows no bounds.
Now if you really want to impress, we recommend you get one of the two Limited Edition Chuckles® Heart Tins. Keep it simple with the traditional Chuckles® colour palette or choose the tin featuring gorgeous artwork created in collaboration with Nardstar*, an accomplished Cape Town-based mural artist, another example of Woolies living up to the promise of supporting local.
Another gifting must-have is the easy-to-use Flapjack Kit which comes with two heart-shaped, silicone flapjacks moulds, flapjacks mix and a chocolate sauce mix.
If that special someone loves sweet surprises, spoil them with a Marshies Box. These delicious marshmallow pies are coated with real chocolate, made from 100% responsibly sourced cocoa and free-range eggs.
Whether you are shopping for the girl about town, your lover, friends, or family, Woolies has a range of exceptional quality products to make your Valentine’s Day celebration extra special. With all these goodies on offer, you can say “I love you”, “Kea go rata” or “Ndiyakuthanda” without saying a word. Explore this love-inspired range by popping into your nearest Woolworths store or shop online.
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