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Gifts to take back to Greece

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I am meeting my daughter-in-law's parents for the first time this Xmas. They are Albanian but have lived in Thessaloniki, Greece for 20 years. They are modest people and I don't want to overwhelm them, but I would very much like to send them home with some useful and/or meaningful gifts from the US. My daughter-in-law has suggested things like socks, Nyquil/Dayquil (!!!), toothpaste, facial cream, slippers. She is NOT helpful at all!!!!! I don't mind giving them things they find difficult to get there but I want to make sure they are truly something useful and that they would want. I don't need to send them home with sterling from Tiffany's.....I just want to make sure that if it's boringly useful that it will be appreciated and not found odd. Any suggestions out there?

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