Perhaps you're looking for a holiday accent for your cheese and charcuterie board. Perhaps you're making a salad that calls for crumbly cheese and dried cranberries and you'd like to kill two birds with one stone. Perhaps you think the presence of fruit mitigates the nutritional ramifications of your cheese consumption. Whatever your reason, this creamy, tart hunk of happiness looks (and tastes) like a block of holiday cheer.
It doesn't matter if it's a wedding, an aggressively non-Kosher bar mitzvah, or a Christmas party. No matter how much time and care went into the rest of the food spread, the bacon-wrapped scallops will be the first thing to go and the item which instills the most excitement among your guests. It's just food science.
People naturally appreciate these colorful tins for their contents, which consist of popcorn flavors like olive oil and Cheddar-caramel. However, part of the allure is also the packaging, which changes every year and makes an ideal vessel for packaging your own edible gift in the future, like some Christmas cookies or a whole bunch of popcorn.