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Georgia Crafted Subscription Box Review – April 2014

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Georgia Crafted Subscription Box Review - April

Georgia Crafted is a monthly subscription box that features handmade items from the state of Georgia. This month they teamed up with Georgia Grown, a program within Georgia Department of Agriculture to create a co-branded box!

 Georgia Crafted kindly sent me this box to review!

Georgia Crafted Subscription Box Review - April 2014 Items

The Subscription Box: Georgia Crafted

The Cost: $29.99

The Products: Each Georgia Crafted monthly subscription box includes 4-5 full size products from Georgia artisans.

Ships to: US Only

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Georgia Crafted Subscription Box Review - April 2014 Honey

Striplings Original Beef Jerky – Value $4.30

Weeks Honey Farm Honey Straws – Value $2.50

I asked my husband to try out this jerky and let me know what he thought. His exact words were, “Please tell me there is more of this jerky in that box.” I think I’m going to have to buy him some more soon! (Fortunately they sell it online!)

Georgia Crafted Subscription Box Review - April 2014 Snaps

Freshtape – Value $10

Verdant Kitchen Savannah Snaps – Value $5

This freshtape is a pack or reusable stickers that replace chip clips to keep opened bags of food completely sealed. And they are BPA and phthalate free – and work in the freezer! I’m already a fan!

Georgia Crafted Subscription Box Review - April 2014 Jam

Maga and Pops Pure Cane Syrup and Country Syrup – Value $4 total

Jaemor Farm Market Homegrown Strawberry Preserves – Value $5

I’m trying to avoid as much sugar as I can, so I haven’t sampled the syrup yet, but I couldn’t resist the strawberry preserves – delicious!

Verdict: This box has a value of about $31 – just over the $29.99 a month cost. I’m happy the value is at or above the cost of the box, but I think Georgia Crafted is more about curation and getting a box of the best of Georgia each month. (A lot of the items in past boxes aren’t even for sale online – it’s really the only way to get these treats without making a trip to Georgia!)

What do you think of the April Georgia Crafted box?

Written by Liz Cadman

Liz Cadman

Liz is the founder of My Subscription Addiction. She’s been hooked on subscription boxes since 2011 thanks to Birchbox, and she now subscribes to over 100 boxes. Her favorites include POPSUGAR Must Have, FabFitFun, and any box that features natural beauty products!
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6 Comments

  1. I would love a similar box with Idaho or Arizona products. What a great way to learn more about your home state!

  2. I loved my April box this month and everything was quite good that we received. The ginger snaps were awesome as well as I love using the honey in my tea! I will have to get more of both and the strawberry preserves!!! YUMM. . .

  3. This is SO cool!! Being GA gals here at Cypress & 5th we LOVE this idea for a box!! Thanks for sharing.

  4. Even though I don’t like buying food boxes, I really like this box. Looks like a good mix homemade items. My favorite 2 items you got in the box are: Pure Cane Syrup and Country Syrup. One thing I don’t like is the value, I prefer any boxes I purchase to be at very least 25% higher value than what I paid, just in case if I don’t like a few items, on a food box that would be especially the case because it is not as if I could regift used or sampled food products. I’m also more inclined to purchase boxes that are $24.99 or less with shipping included.

  5. Weeks Honey products are generally quite good. They sell them at my local Whole Foods (I live in Georgia). I’ve never tried the straws because I usually use honey in baking and/or homemade yogurt. May have to pick some up and try in my tea sometime, though.

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