Chinese New Year Fortune Cookies, perfect for

Our personalised fortune cookies aren’t just a highly innovative and versatile way to promote your business or event, they’re tasty too!

The Fortune Cookie’s outer wrapping can be branded with your logo, artwork or branding and we can also personalise both sides of the message slip inside – no wonder it’s one of our all time bestsellers.

A memorable way to deliver your message, from invitations and promotions, to vouchers, prize draws and more. As well as private events like weddings, bar mitzvahs and birthdays.

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  • 2 Colour Personalised cookie wraps
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    This unique way to promote your event or business offers many branding options:

    • Customised Fortune Cookie Wrap (available in 1 – 4 colour on-wrapper printing or full-colour label fastened to the wrapper)
    • Personalised Fortune Cookie Double-sided Message Slip (containing a Message, an Image or even a Logo)
    • Branded container for mailing or promotional purposes.

    The personalised double sided message slip can be used for various marketing campaigns such as: Discount Vouchers, Competitions, Sales Promotion (including prize draws).

    We also have the facility to print unique codes on the message slip.

    We offer 12 different colour wraps and our cookies are individually foil sealed for freshness.

    Our cookies contain no artificial colourings or preservatives and have the following ingredients: Wheat Flour, Water, Sugar, Rapeseed Oil, Soya Lecithin, Raising agent – E500. Allergens in bold!

    Contact us now for a quote and remember our Fortune Cookies are VAT Exempt!

    Call us now on 0800 368 8844 / 020 3795 7000

    Frequently Asked Questions

     

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    About The Chinese New Year

    Chinese New Year (also known in modern Chinese as the “Spring Festival”) is important festival celebrated in countries with significant Chinese populations.

    It traditionally runs from the evening preceding the first day of the new year (the first day of the new moon between 21st of January and 20th February) to the Lantern Festival on the 15th day of the first calendar month.

    The evening preceding Chinese New Year’s Day is an occasion for Chinese families to gather for a celebratory dinner, it is also tradition for the family to thoroughly clean the house in order to sweep away any ill-fortune and to make way for good incoming luck.

    During this Chinese festive season the house is adorned with red coloured paper decorations with popular themes of good fortune, happiness, wealth, and longevity. Other activities include lighting firecrackers and giving money in red paper envelopes.


    Chinese New Year Food

    During the Chinese New Year, no special food will be served but the following are considered traditional:

    New Year’s Eve Dinner
    The New Year’s Eve dinner is the most important dinner for the Chinese. Normally, this is the family reunion dinner, especially for those with family members away from home. In the New Year’s Eve dinner, customarily, fish will be served. Dumplings are the most important dish in Northern China. These two dishes mean “prosperous.” Other dishes are served depending on personal preference. The majority of the Chinese will gather together to eat New Year’s Eve dinner at home instead of a restaurant.

    Dumplings
    Dumplings are very popular in Northern China. It is one of the main dishes for New Year’s Eve dinner. Conversely, very few people in Southern China serve dumplings in New Year’s Eve dinner.

    New Year Cake
    It is solid cake made with glutinous rice flour together with some sugar. New Year Cake is popular in Eastern China.

    Tang Yuan
    Tang Yuan is small ball made from glutinous rice flour. Glutinous rice flour is mixed with a small amount of water to form balls and is then cooked and served in boiling water. Tang Yuan can be either filled or unfilled. It is traditionally eaten during Yuan Xiao, or the Lantern Festival (the 15th of the first month of the traditional Chinese calendar).

    LaBa Congee
    This is a mixture of rice, nuts, and beans cooked together. LaBa Congee is usually served at the LaBa festival, which is the 8th day of the last month of the year.


    Chinese New Year Activities

    Before the New Year’s Day
    Shopping, cleaning, decorations

    New Year’s Eve
    Family dinner, Shou Sui, Launch Fireworks

    First Day of the New Year
    In some places, people stay at home on the first day. In other places, people greet each other, especially younger people and will visit and greet older relatives and friends.

    Second Day
    Some people will host a religious ceremony to honor the gods. Married females will visit their parents.

    Third Day
    Ceremony to honor the ancestors.

    Fifteenth Day
    This is the Yuan Xiao festival, also called The Lantern festival. This is also the end of the New Year celebrations.

    Chinese New Year Greetings

    Happy New Year

    Wan Shi Ru Yi:
    Everything follows your will

    Ji Xiang Ru Yi:
    Harmony and everything follows your will

    Sui Sui Ping An:
    Harmony and safety year around

    Gong Xi Fa Cai:
    Congratulations and prosperity. (mostly used in southern China)

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