Sprig Box Review – Gluten Free Subscription Box – August 2013
Sprig Box is a gluten-free snack subscription box. Every month they send you new treats to discover! (I avoid gluten and dairy in my diet so I had to sign up for this subscription).
The Box: Sprig Box
The Cost: $24.96 a month ($18.97 plus $5.99 shipping)
The Products: Healthy and gluten-free snacks!
Hail Merry Macaroons in Strawberry – Value $5
These strawberry macaroons are amazing! I like them even better than the chocolate version! (FYI, if you have nut allergies, the strawberry macaroons are made with almond flour – the chocolate ones are made just with coconut).
Urban Raccoons Granola Bar in Cranberry Maple Almond – Value $2.50
Mavuno Harvest Organic Dried Pineapple – Value $2.49
I love dried pineapple – it’s naturally sweet without adding any sugar! When I went to their website to get the price, I noticed that they have a dried fruit of the month club – this could be dangerous!
Lucy’s Chocolate Chip Cookies – Value $1.50
Eat Green Tea – Sample Packet – Value $1
I feel like Eat Green Tea has been showing up in subscription boxes everywhere lately. I gave it a try in my breakfast smoothie – I didn’t notice any energy boost, but I didn’t mind the taste. (Apparently eating green tea leaves is a much better way to get the antioxidants from tea instead of brewing the leaves for tea).
All Good Provisions Organic Trail Mix – Value $3
Mary’s Gone Crackers – Value $1.50
Verdict: I’m very torn about my Sprig Box subscription – I think they have excellent curation of gluten-free and healthy snacks, and I also love that most of the snacks are organic. My only issue with this box and past boxes is the value – I paid $24.96 for this box and received about $17 worth of product. I sometimes have this same issue with Mantry. I think I’m going to cancel my Sprig Box subscription for now and try out Taste Guru (another gluten-free subscription box). What do you think of Sprig Box?