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Love With Food sends members a curated box filled unique gourmet food items. The “Tasting Box” is $9.99/month and offers with 8+ snacks, and the “Deluxe” box is $19.95/month and includes 16-20 snacks. Love With Food also offers a Gluten-Free box for $24.99/month which includes 8-12 surprise gluten-free snacks each month. Each box brings new delights, with bites that vary based on seasonal themes. Also, Love With Food donates a meal (some months they donate two meals) to a child in need with each box purchased, which you can read more about here. This review is on the March 2017 Tasting Box.
Love With Food ships via USPS. Boxes typically ship on the 10th of the month and arrive a week or so after.
Sadly the Love With Food information card no longer lists products included in the box. Those details can now be located in your account online (where you review the products). The April 2017 Love With Food theme was “Be The Change” and included the following items:
~180 Snacks Almond Pops with Blueberries: These are dairy-free, gluten-free and vegan. They are crunchy and sweet and SO good. A great alternative to granola!
~Burt’s Bees Plant-Based Protein Shake: This contains 2 servings of fruits & vegetables* plus 10% recommended daily value of 12 essential vitamins. It’s also non-GMO, gluten-free, dairy-free and soy-free, with no artificial sweeteners or flavors. I am not much of a protein shake drinker, but I thought it was okay.
~Kashi Chewy Nut Butter Bars Salted Chocolate Chunk: This bar is made with almond butter and coconut oil. It’s not the best looking bar (LOL), but it was good. Like really good. I don’t think you can mess up salted chocolate really?
~Utz Original Potato Chips: These chips are gluten-free and have 150 calories per bag. They are just straight up good chips. Nothing fancy – just tasty chips.
~The GFB Dark Chocolate Coconut: These were a miss for me. If they didn’t have coconut, *maybe* I’d like them more? But the texture of the coconut was a miss.
~Dang Toasted Coconut Chips: These are somewhat or a subscription box regular. They have popped up in lots of boxes over the years. They can be eaten straight out of the package, but I like them mixed in something. You can put them in yogurt or on ice-cream, but I love them in salads for a little crunch.
~Surf Sweets Organic Fruity Bears: Yum! These bears are USDA Organic Certified, gluten-free and made in the USA. My kids loved them!
~Prince of Peace 100% Natural Ginger Candy: I had high hopes for these, but I wasn’t a fan. I wanted them to be hard, but they were soft and chewy. Too chewy I think. These were a miss.
Do you subscribe to Love With Food? What did you think of this month’s box? I was super pleased with it and loved their picks!