The Ultimate Holiday List for Your Food Business

One of the most rewarding parts of owning your own food business is helping your customers celebrate the big events (and the small ones!) with delicious food. Could you help your customers prepare for the holidays with special, themed products? Browse our food business holiday calendar and get inspired.

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2023 Food Holidays List and Calendar

If you work in the food space, you need to be on top of the most current food holidays. Just as food brings people together on a daily basis, food holidays give you another reason to put your business in front of customers. Use these holidays as an excuse to celebrate — and sell special products to help your customers celebrate.

These holiday ideas can help you brainstorm new products, new themes for your existing food products, gift baskets that you could make and sell, and much more. Unleash your creativity! Use this food holiday list to plan out your social media content, or just to predict when your business might be busy. Start planning for the future with our 2023 food holidays list!

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January Food Holidays

February Food Holidays

March Food Holidays

April Food Holidays

May Food Holidays

June Food Holidays

July Food Holidays

August Food Holidays

September Food Holidays

October Food Holidays

November Food Holidays

December Food Holidays

Anytime Occasions

January Holidays

A new year brings another round of holidays that you can use as an opportunity to make sales this month. While many people are focused on New Years Resolutions, have you considered offering healthier versions of your typical treats, or even adding a diet-friendly product line to your business offerings? There are plenty of food holidays to celebrate in January, including National Bagel Day, National Chocolate Cake Day, and National Popcorn Day.

Month-Long Events in January

National Hobby Month
National Mentoring Month
National Oatmeal Month
National Soup Month
Dry January
New Year's Resolutions Begin

January Holidays by Day

January 1 - New Year’s Day; National Hangover Day; National Bloody Mary Day
January 2 - World Introvert Day; National Cream Puff Day
January 3 - National Chocolate Covered Cherry Day
January 4 - National Spaghetti Day
January 5 - National Keto Day; National Whipped Cream Day
January 6 - National Bean Day; National Cuddle Up Day; National Shortbread Day
January 8 - National English Toffee Day; National Vision Board Day
January 9 - National Apricot Day
January 10 - Houseplant Appreciation Day; National Bittersweet Chocolate Day
January 11 - National Milk Day
January 12 - National Pharmacist Day; National Curried Chicken Day
January 13- National Gluten-Free Day; National Peach Melba Day
January 15 - National Bagel Day; National Strawberry Ice Cream Day
January 16 - National Fig Newton Day
3rd Monday of January - Martin Luther King Jr.'s Birthday
January 18 - Winnie the Pooh Day
January 19 - National Popcorn Day
January 20 - National Cheese Lover's Day; Get to Know Your Customers Day
January 21 - National Hugging Day; National Granola Bar Day
January 22 - National Blonde Brownie Day; National Polka Dot Day
January 23 - National Pie Day
January 24 - Compliment Day; National Peanut Butter Day
January 26 - National Green Juice Day; National Peanut Brittle Day
January 27 - National Chocolate Cake Day
January 28 - National Blueberry Pancake Day
January 29 - National Puzzle Day; National Corn Chip Day
January 30 - National Croissant Day
January 31 - National Hot Chocolate Day

February Holidays

Valentine's Day is a busy holiday for cookie makers, cake bakers, dipped fruit makers, and even private chefs. While you may be focused on Valentine's and Galentine's Day, there are plenty of other holidays to celebrate in February. This month, your food business could help customers celebrate the 100th Day of School, Black History Month, or Nutella Day!

Month-Long Events in February

Black History Month
100th Day of School falls in February for most districts
Random Acts of Kindness Week (third week)
National Cherry Month

February Holidays by Day

February 1 - Candy Making Day; National Dark Chocolate Day
February 2 - Groundhog Day; National Tater Tot Day
February 3 - Optimists Day; National Carrot Cake Day
February 4 - Give a Kid a Smile Day; National Homemade Soup Day
February 5 - Ice Cream for Breakfast Day; World Nutella Day
February 6 - Canadian Maple Syrup Day; National Chopsticks Day
February 7 - Periodic Table Day; National Fettuccine Alfredo Day
Super Bowl Sunday occurs every second Sunday in February
February 9 - Pizza Day; National Toothache Day
February 10 - National Cream Cheese Brownie Day
February 11 - International Day of Women and Girls in Science
February 12 - Global Movie Day
February 13 - Galentine's Day; National Cheddar Day; National Tortellini Day
February 14 - Valentine's Day
February 16 - Almond Day
February 17 - Random Acts of Kindness Day; National Cabbage Day
February 18 - Drink Wine Day
February 19 - World Whale Day; Chocolate Mint Day
February 20 - Love Your Pet Day; Cherry Pie Day; Comfy Day; Muffin Day
February 21 - President’s Day; Sticky Bun Day; Grain-Free Day
February 22 - Margarita Day
February 23 - Curling is Cool Day; National Banana Bread Day
February 24 - International Toast Day; National Chili Day
February 25 - Rubber Ducky Day; Chocolate Covered Nut Day
February 26 - World Pistachio Day
February 27 - International Polar Bear Day; National Strawberry Day
February 28 - Floral Design Day; Chocolate Soufflé Day

March Holidays

St. Patrick's Day might be the main focus of March holidays, but have you considered creating special food offerings for the March Madness basketball tournament or for Mardi Gras? Keep reading for March food holiday inspiration. "Something on a Stick" Day even takes place this month, a perfect holiday for cake pop and cakesicle makers!

Month-Long Events in March

Women’s History Month
Irish-American History Month
National Deaf History Month
March Madness

March Holidays by Day

March 1 - Mardi Gras (date varies); Peanut Butter Lovers Day; World Compliment Day; Pancake Day
March 2 - Ash Wednesday (date varies); Banana Cream Pie Day
March 3 - Caregiver Appreciation Day; I Want You to Be Happy Day
March 4 - Employee Appreciation Day; Pound Cake Day; Sons Day
March 6 - Dentist’s Day; National Oreo Day; White Chocolate Cheesecake Day
March 7 - National Cereal Day
March 8 - International Women’s Day; Peanut Cluster Day
March 9 - Barbie Day; Meatball Day
March 10 - Middle Name Pride Day; Pack Your Lunch Day
March 11 - Johnny Appleseed Day
March 12 - Plant a Flower Day; Girl Scouts Day; Working Moms Day
March 14 - Pi Day; Potato Chip Day
March 15 - Ides of March
March 16 - Giant Panda Bear Day; National Artichoke Hearts Day
March 17 - St. Patrick’s Day
March 18 - Awkward Moments Day; National Sloppy Joe Day
March 19 - International Sports Car Racing Day
March 20 - Spring Begins; National Ravioli Day; National Proposal Day
March 21 - World Poetry Day; French Bread Day; Single Parent Day
March 22 - As Young as You Feel Day
March 23 - National Puppy Day; National Chia Day; National Tamale Day
March 24 - National Cheesesteak Day; National Cocktail Day
March 25 - Waffle Day; Pecan Day
March 26 - Make Up Your Own Holiday Day; National Spinach Day
March 27 - Oscar Night (varies)
March 28 - Something on a Stick Day; Black Forest Cake Day
March 29 - National Mom and Pop Business Owners Day
March 30 - National Doctor’s Day
March 31 - National Crayon Day

April Holidays

In April, the weather warms up — and so do your customers' desires to celebrate the good in life with food! This month, your food business could help customers celebrate National Garden Month with flower-themed and flower-flavored desserts and snacks. Don't forget about Easter and April Fool's Day!

Month-Long Events in April

Deaf History Month
National Garden Month
National Humor Month
National Pecan Month

April Holidays by Day

Easter - Always occurs on a Sunday in March or April, but the date varies
April 1 - April Fool’s Day; International Fun at Work Day; Sourdough Bread Day
April 2 - National Peanut Butter and Jelly Day; Autism Awareness Day
April 3 - World Party Day; Find a Rainbow Day; Chocolate Mousse Day
April 4 - NCAA Basketball Championship
April 5 - Deep Dish Pizza Day; National Dandelion Day; Caramel Day
April 6 - National Caramel Popcorn Day; National Student Athlete Day
April 7 - National Beer Day; National Coffee Cake Day
April 8 - Zoo Lover’s Day; Empanada Day
April 9 - Winston Churchill Day; Unicorn Day
April 10 - Golfer’s Day; National Siblings Day
April 11 - National Pet Day
April 12 - Grilled Cheese Sandwich Day; National Licorice Day; International Day of Human Space Flight
April 13 - International Plant Appreciation Day; Peach Cobbler Day
April 14 - National Dolphin Day; National Pecan Day; Look at the Sky Day
April 15 - Tax Day
April 16 - National Librarian Day; National Orchid Day
April 17 - National Cheeseball Day
April 18 - National Stress Awareness Day
April 19 - National Hanging Out Day ; National Garlic Day
April 20 - National Pineapple Upside Down Cake Day; National Banana Day
April 21 - Kindergarten Day
April 22 - Earth Day; Girl Scout Leader Day
April 23 - National Picnic Day; National Cherry Cheesecake Day
April 24 - Pig in a Blanket Day
April 25 - National DNA Day; National Zucchini Bread Day
April 26 - National Pretzel Day
April 27 - Babe Ruth Day; National Prime Rib Day; Gummi Bear Day
April 28 - International Astronomy Day; Blueberry Pie Day; Superhero day
April 29 - Arbor Day
April 30 - Hairstyle Appreciation Day; International Jazz Day; Oatmeal Cookie Day; Raisin Day

May Holidays

Macaron Day, Memorial Day, the Indianapolis 500, and Cinco de Mayo are just a few of the special events taking place in May. Needless to say, there's a lot that you could help customers celebrate! Don't forget, many high schools and colleges celebrate graduation this month as well.

Month-Long Events in May

Asian-Pacific Heritage Month
Jewish American History Month

May Holidays by Day

May 1 - Hawaiian Lei Day; School Principals' Day
May 2 - National Truffle Day; International Harry Potter Day; Brothers and Sisters Day
May 3 - Garden Meditation Day; National Teacher Appreciation Day
May 4 - Star War’s Day; Orange Juice Day; Bird Day
May 5 - Cinco De Mayo
May 6 - National Nurses’ Day; National Beverage Day
May 7 - National Day of Prayer
May 8 - Mother’s Day; No Socks Day; Coconut Cream Pie Day
May 9 - Lost Sock Memorial Day; National Butterscotch Brownie Day
May 10 - Clean Up Your Room Day
May 11 - Eat What You Want Day
May 12 - Limerick Day; International Nurses Day
May 13 - Friday the 13th this year; National Apple Pie Day
May 14 - Dance Like a Chicken Day , National Windmill Day
May 15 - World Baking Day; National Chocolate Chip Day; Police Officer’s Memorial Day
May 16 - Love a Tree Day; National Sea Monkey Day; Barbecue Day
May 17 - Pack Rat Day; Walnut Day
May 18 - International Museum Day ; Visit Your Relatives Day
May 19 - Boy’s Club Day; Devil's Food Cake Day
May 20 - Pick Strawberries Day ; Bike to Work Day (third Friday of the month)
May 21 - National Waiters and Waitresses Day; Strawberries and Cream Day
May 22 - World Goth Day; Vanilla Pudding Day
May 23 - Lucky Penny Day, World Turtle Day; National Taffy day
May 24 - International Tiara Day
May 25 - National Wine Day
May 26 - National Blueberry Cheesecake Day; National Paper Airplane Day
May 28 - National Hamburger Day
May 29 - Indy 500
May 30- Memorial Day
May 31 - National Macaroon Day

June Holidays

This month, celebrate family and the outdoors with your customers. Did you know that National Camping Week takes place in June? It's also Pride Month and Family Month. The first day of summer is June 21 — could you create special summer solstice treats for your customers?

Month-Long Events in June

Pride Month
Alzheimer's & Brain Awareness Month
National Camping Week takes place the last full week of June
National Family Month
National Fresh Fruit and Vegetables Month
National Iced Tea Month

June Holidays by Day

June 1 - Dare Day; Flip a Coin Day; Olive Day
June 2- National Rocky Road Day
June 3 - World Bicycle Day; National Donut Day (first Friday in June); Egg Day
June 4 - Applesauce Cake Day; Hug Your Cat Day; Cheese Day
June 5 - Hot Air Balloon Day; National Frozen Yogurt Day; Gingerbread Day
June 6 - National Higher Education Day; National Yo-Yo Day
June 7 - National Chocolate Ice Cream Day
June 8 - National Best Friends Day
June 9 - Donald Duck Day; National Strawberry Rhubarb Pie Day
June 10 - Iced Tea Day; Herbs and Spices Day
June 11 - National Corn on the Cob Day; German Chocolate Cake Day
June 12- National Peanut Butter Cookie Day; National Jerky Day
June 13 - National Weed Your Garden Day
June 14 - Flag Day; Strawberry Shortcake Day
June 16 - National Fudge Day
June 17 - Eat Your Vegetables Day; National Cherry Tart Day
June 18- International Sushi Day; Go Fishing Day; National Splurge Day
June 19 - National Kissing Day; Juneteenth
Fathers Day (third Sunday in June)
June 21 - First Day of Summer; Peaches 'N' Cream Day; Smoothie Day
June 22 - Chocolate Éclair Day; National Onion Ring Day; Kissing Day
June 23- Let It Go Day; Hydration Day; Pecan Sandies Day; Pink Day
June 24 - National Food Truck Day (4th Friday in June)
June 25 - National Catfish Day
June 26 - National Canoe Day; Forgiveness Day; Chocolate Pudding Day; Coconut Day
June 27- National Onion Day
June 29 - Waffle Iron Day
June 30 - National Handshake Day (last Thursday in June); Social Media Day; Bomb Pop Day

July Holidays

It's peak summertime, and what shouts "summer" more than cookouts, potlucks, and parties with lots of delicious food? This month, as you create your holiday-themed packages and product offerings, think about ways to incorporate summer vibes into your products. Could you use a special in-season ingredient? Could you add a special twist to your packaging?

Month-Long Events in July

Family Reunion Month
National Blueberry Month
National Hot Dog Month
National Ice Cream Month
National Grilling Month
National Peach Month
National Picnic Month

July Holidays by Day

July 1 - International Joke Day; International Chicken Wing Day; Gingersnap Day
July 2 - World UFO Day
July 4 - U.S. Independence Day; Caesar Salad Day
July 5 - National Apple Turnover Day; Graham Cracker Day
July 6 - International Kissing Day; National Fried Chicken Day
July 7 - Chocolate Day; National Strawberry Sundae Day; Macaroni Day
July 8 - National Blueberry Day
July 9 - National Sugar Cookie Day
July 10 - Pina Colada Day; Kitten Day
July 11 - National Blueberry Muffin Day
July 12 - Pecan Pie Day
July 13 - National French Fries Day
July 14 - National Macaroni and Cheese Day; Shark Awareness Day
July 15 - Cow Appreciation Day; Tapioca Pudding Day
July 16 - National Corn Fritters Day; National Personal Chef's Day
July 17 - National Ice Cream Day (3rd Sunday of the Month), World Emoji Day
July 18 - National Caviar Day
July 19 - National Raspberry Cake Day
July 20 - Ice Cream Soda Day; Hot Dog Day; Lollipop Day; Moon Day
July 21 - National Junk Food Day
July 22 - National Mango Day
July 23 - National Day of the Cowboy (4th Saturday in July); Vanilla Ice Cream Day
July 24 - National Tequila Day; Cousins Day
July 25 - National Chili Dog Day; Hot Fudge Sundae Day; Wine and Cheese Day
July 26 - All or Nothing Day; Aunt and Uncle Day
July 27 - Take Your Plants for a Walk Day
July 28 - National Milk Chocolate Day; Waterpark Day; Intern Day; Chili Dog Day
July 29 - National Lipstick Day; Chicken Wing Day; Lasagna Day
July 30 - Father-in-Law Day; National Cheesecake Day
July 31 - National Avocado Day; National Watermelon Day; Raspberry Cake Day

August Holidays

Many students are returning to school this month. What better way to celebrate going back to school than with a special meal, cookie, cupcakes, or another delicious, locally made treat? Your food business can fulfill your customers' back-to-school needs.

Month-Long Events in August

Back to School Month

August Holidays by Day

August 1 - National Girlfriend Day
August 2 - National Ice Cream Sandwich Day
August 3 - National Watermelon Day
August 4 - National Chocolate Chip Cookie Day
August 5 - International Beer Day
August 6 - National Mustard Day
August 7 - Friendship Day; Raspberries N' Cream Day
August 7 - Sisters Day (1st Sunday in August)
August 8 - International Cat Day; Frozen Custard Day
August 9 - Book Lover’s Day; Rice Pudding Day
August 10 - National S’mores Day
August 11 - Son and Daughter Day
August 12 - World Elephant Day
August 13 - Middle Child Day (2nd Saturday in August)
August 14 - Creamsicle Day
August 15 - Relaxation Day; Lemon Meringue Pie Day
August 16 - National Roller Coaster Day, National Tell a Joke Day
August 17 - National Thrift Shop Day
August 18 - Serendipity Day; National Fajita Day
August 19 - National Potato Day, Aviation Day
August 20 - National Honey Bee Awareness Day (3rd Sunday in August)
August 21 - Senior Citizens Day
August 22 - Be an Angel Day; National Bao Day
August 23 - Ride the Wind Day; National Sponge Cake Day
August 24 - National Waffle Day; National Peach Pie Day
August 25 - National Banana Split Day
August 26 - National Dog Day
August 27 - Just Because Day
August 28 - National Cherry Turnovers Day
August 29 - National Lemon Juice Day
August 30 - Toasted Marshmallow Day; Beach Day
August 31 - National Eat Outside Day; National Trail Mix Day

September Holidays

As summer comes to a close and fall begins, there's a lot to celebrate in September. Some students are still returning to schools, football season picks back up in the U.S., and fall foliage starts to show off. Help your customers celebrate fall get-togethers by creating special fall-themed products for them to purchase!

Month-Long Events in September

Hispanic Heritage Month (Sept. 15-Oct. 15)
National Self-Care Awareness Month
National Suicide Prevention Month
NFL is back in season
National Fall Foliage Week (Sept. 26–Oct. 2)

September Holidays by Day

September 1 - National Cherry Popover Day
September 3 - International Bacon Day
September 4 - Bring Your Manners to Work Day; Macadamia Nut Day
September 5 - Labor Day; Cheese Pizza Day
September 6 - Fight Procrastination Day
September 7 - National Salami Day
September 8 - International Literacy Day
September 9 - Teddy Bear Day
September 10 - Suicide Prevention Day; TV Dinner Day
September 11 - Grandparent’s Day, 9/11 Remembrance Day
September 12 - Chocolate Milkshake Day; National Video Games Day
September 13 - National Peanut Day; Fortune Cookie Day
September 14 - National Cream-Filled Donut Day
September 16 - Step Family Day; Guacamole Day
September 17 - Citizenship Day
September 18 - National Cheeseburger Day
September 19 - National Dance Day
September 20 - National Pepperoni Pizza Day; National Fried Rice Day
September 21 - World Gratitude Day; Chai Day; Pecan Cookie Day
September 22 - First Day of Fall; National White Chocolate Day
September 24 - National Hunting and Fishing Day
September 25 - Comic Book Day; Daughter's Day; Lobster Day; Quesadilla Day
September 26 - Johnny Appleseed Day; Dumpling Day; Pancake Day
September 28 - National Good Neighbor Day; Strawberry Cream Pie Day
September 29 - Confucius Day; National Coffee Day

October Holidays

October is full of food and fun holidays. From National Homemade Cookies Day on October 1 to Halloween on October 31, there's no shortage of holidays to celebrate.

Month-Long Events in October

National Italian Heritage Month
National Disability Employment Awareness Month
Filipino American History Month
Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Down Syndrome Awareness Month
Dyslexia Awareness Month
National Apple Month
National Pasta Month
National Pizza Month
National Pork Month
National Seafood Month

October Holidays by Day

October 1 - National Homemade Cookies Day; International Coffee Day; International Day for the Elderly; World Vegetarian Day; Pumpkin Spice Day
October 2- Custodian Day
October 3- National Boyfriends Day
October 4- National Golf Day; Cinnamon Bun Day; Taco Day
October 5- Do Something Nice Day
October 6- National Coach’s Day; Physician Assistant’s Day
October 7 - Chocolate Covered Pretzel Day
October 8 - National Pierogi Day
October 9- Fire Prevention Day
October 10 - Columbus Day; Indigenous Peoples Day; Angel Food Cake Day
October 11 - It’s My Party Day; National Sausage Pizza Day
October 12 - National Gumbo Day
October 13 - International Skeptics Day
October 14 - National Dessert Day
October 15 - National Sweetest Day
October 16 - Dictionary Day; Sports Day
October 17 - Bosses Day; National Pasta Day
October 18 - National Meatloaf Appreciation Day; Chocolate Cupcake Day
October 20 - International Chefs Day; Chicken and Waffles Day
October 21 - International Nacho Day; Pumpkin Cheesecake Day
October 22 - Make a Difference Day; National Nut Day
October 23 - Mother in Law Day; Boston Cream Pie Day
October 24 - National Bologna Day; National Food Day
October 25 - World Pasta Day
October 26 - National Pumpkin Day
October 28 - National Chocolate Day; National Breadstick Day
October 29 - National Cat Day; National Oatmeal Day
October 30 - National Candy Corn Day
October 31 - Halloween; Caramel Apple Day

November Holidays

November is a time that many people take a moment to consider what they're thankful for. How can you help your customers express their gratitude for those around them? This month, your food business could help customers celebrate gratitude, including Thanksgiving Day. It's also No-Shave November — could you create treats for those who complete a full month without shaving?

It's also getting close to the holiday season. Could you launch your holiday food pre-orders early, or give your customers a preview of what's to come next month?

Month-Long Events in November

National American Indian Heritage Month
World Kindness Week (third week)
Gluten-Free Diet Awareness Month
National Adoption Awareness Month
Peanut Butter Lovers Month
No-Shave November

November Holidays by Day

November 1 - Day of the Dead; World Vegan Day; Calzone Day; Cinnamon Day; Vinegar Day; Cook for Your Pets Day
November 2 - National Deviled Egg Day
November 3 - National Sandwich Day
November 4 - National Candy Day
November 5 - National Donut Day
November 6 - National Saxophone Day; NYC Marathon; National Nachos Day
November 7 - International Merlot Day
November 8 - General Election Day ("the Tuesday next after the first Monday in the month of November"); National Cappuccino Day
November 9 - World Adoption Day
November 10 - National Vanilla Cupcake Day
November 11 - Veteran’s Day; National Sundae Day
November 13 - World Kindness Day; Caregiver Appreciation Day
November 14 - National Pickle Day
November 15 - America Recycles Day
November 17 - World Peace Day; Take a Hike Day; Butter Day; Homemade Bread Day; Baklava Day
November 18 - Mickey Mouse Birthday
November 19 - Play Monopoly Day
November 20 - Universal Children’s Day
November 21 - Gingerbread Cookie Day
November 23 - National Espresso Day; National Cashew Day
November 24 - Thanksgiving (fourth Thursday of November)
November 25 - Black Friday (day after Thanksgiving)
November 26 - Small Business Saturday; National Cake Day
November 27 - Advent Begins
November 28 - Cyber Monday (Monday after Thanksgiving); French Toast Day

December Holidays

December may be the last month of the year, but there's no shortage of holiday celebrations going on this month. This month, your food business could help customers celebrate final exams week, early graduations, Hanukkah, Christmas, Kwanzaa, or even the family gatherings that tend to happen around the end of the year. Don't forget those New Years Eve parties — they need food, too!

Month-Long Events in December

Final Exams for Students
Hanukkah (date changes yearly and lasts for 8 days)
Kwanzaa (December 26–January 1)
Human Rights Week (second week)

December Holidays by Day

December 1 - Rosa Parks Day; World AIDS Day; National Pie Day; Giving Tuesday (Tuesday after Thanksgiving)
December 2 - Special Education Day; National Fritters Day
December 3 - National Apple Pie Day
December 4 - National Cookie Day
December 5 - Repeal Day
December 7 - Pearl Harbor Remembrance
December 8 - National Brownie Day; National Christmas Tree Day
December 9 - National Pastry Day
December 10 - Human Rights Day
December 12 - Gingerbread House Day; Poinsettia Day
December 13 - Violin Day
December 14 - Roast Chestnuts Day
December 15 - National Cupcake Day
December 16 - National Chocolate Covered Anything Day
December 17 - National Maple Syrup Day
December 18 - Bake Cookies Day
December 19 - Oatmeal Muffin Day; Hard Candy Day
December 20 - Go Caroling Day
December 21 - First Day of Winter; Crossword Puzzle Day
December 24 - Egg Nog Day
December 24 - Christmas Eve
December 25 - Christmas
December 26 - Boxing Day
December 27 - National Fruitcake Day
December 28 - National Chocolate Candy Day
December 30 - Bacon Day
December 31 - New Years Eve

Other Holidays and Occasions to Celebrate

Celebrate the small things! Your food business can serve a wide variety of customers with "evergreen" holiday and occasion celebration offerings. Take a standard product, like a dozen chocolate chip cookies, and add a special birthday sticker to the box or sprinkles to the cookies and you've got a unique birthday offering without much effort. It can really be that easy to celebrate special days!

Need some anytime occasion inspiration? You could make meals, desserts, or other specialty food products for:

Thank You
Adoption Day
“Thinking of You”
Baby Showers
100th Day of School
Report Card Day
Visits from the Tooth Fairy
First Date Anniversary
Taco Tuesdays
Work Anniversaries
College Acceptance
Someone special visiting you
Senior Night for high school sports
The end of a sports season
Getting a drivers license or permit
Receiving an award
Funerals and Memorials
Bachelor Mondays
Employee Appreciation
Nurse Appreciation
Teacher Appreciation
Administrative Professional Appreciation
Just Because!

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