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Paleo Life Box
Ships To: United States (Free), Canada (add $8/month)
Coupon Code: N/A
Paleo Life Box is a convenient box of pale snacks. Each month you’ll receive 9 or 10 full-size snacks that are both good for you and delicious. Typically 2 or 3 will be new and the rest will be tried and true favorites!
Paleo Life Box ships via USPS and took just a few days to arrive to me.
Everything in Paleo Life Box is always packaged so neatly and always looks great.
The July 2015 Paleo Life Box included the following items:
~Goji Spice Granola by Supernola ($3.50): This looks total unappetizing, but it’s actually excellent. II thought it tasted like banana and really liked it.
~Megamacaroon by Rickaroons (~$2): I received the Coconut Chocolate Chip variety of this last month and I have to say, I liked that one better. I am sure this one is better for you, but it just wasn’t as tasty to me.
~Grass Fed Beef Bar by Bricks Bars (~$4): Ahh, I finally manned up and tried this and no. Just no. To me it was a big beef jerky bar. A little softer and less chewy, but I thought the taste was the same. Considering I don’t even like beef jerky it’s probably not promising I didn’t love this. Now, B, this is totally a B snack!
~Pecan Persistence Bar by Thunderbird Energetica (~$2): I mentioned it last month (we got a different flavor of this last month), but Gather bars aren’t for me. I have some friends that eat Paleo and love them though.
~Lemon Pie Coco Roons by Wonderfully Raw ($7.99): The package is right, you can’t eat just one of these! They are delicious. The lemon flavor is amazing and makes these downright fabulous.
~Cacao Mint Date & Nut Bar by Kur (~$2): This is one that I haven’t tried yet. It’s made from Raw Dates & Nuts and is a good size to throw in your purse for on the go.
~Vanilla UnGranola by Bubba’s Fine Foods ($8.99): UnGranola is a combination of almonds, coconut flakes, cashews, honey and vanilla. I’d describe it as a cereal, but ungranola works too. It’s really good and would made for a great on the go snack.
~Hyper Hawaiian Crunch by Thunderbird Energetica (~$2): This was also sent last month – but in a different flavor. Now that I am used to the texture I like it more. I thought it would be a more solid texture, but it’s soft and chewy.
All totaled I came up with a value of $32.48 for the July 2015 Paleo Life Box. I don’t follow a Paleo lifestyle, but I can see this as being a great box for those that do. It’s a grew way to try new snacks and find ones that you love without having to pay lots of shipping fees or buy full sizes / cases of items.