A well-known street scene around Christmas time. Some of the people who go out on the street with a large package. The well-known Christmas package.
During the 19th century, for the first time, farmers gave away the Christmas hamper to workers in the weeks before Christmas. At the time it was mainly a package with a farmer's cheese, a large sausage and a bottle of red wine. Nowadays, as an employer, you can no longer get away with that. The original Christmas hampers were given to farmhands on Boxing Day. Then they all went back to their families and took such a package home.
More and more companies started to do Christmas hampers in appreciation for the employees and even the army started to order Christmas hampers for their soldiers abroad. Those were not yet such luxurious Christmas hampers as they are now, of course, although you now also have less luxurious Christmas packages than the Makro Christmas packages or the Sligro Christmas packages.
Nowadays you have more and more original Christmas packages and special Christmas packages to choose from. You can order Christmas packages remotely on websites such as this one where Christmas packages are packed with love and care. Around 2010, the demand for traditional boxes started to decline and new concepts were introduced such as the theme package (Amsterdam in a Box was one of the first local concepts in the field of Christmas packages) and gift vouchers. However, the Netherlands is a country of traditions and fortunately in recent years there has been an upward trend in the demand for traditional Christmas gifts in Amsterdam. In combination with the local character in the form of food and drinks, the Amsterdam in a Box is the perfect package for this time!
With us you have a wide choice of different types of Christmas packages, so there is something for all colleagues. Each Box has a local character and you can choose between luxury Boxes, simpler Boxes, Beer boxes, Christmas packages without alcohol and much more.
Do not hesitate any longer and order the Amsterdam in a Box for Christmas 2021.