Love with Food Subscription Box Review & Coupon – Nov 2014
Love with Food is a monthly snack and food sampling subscription box. They only send natural and organic food and snacks, and for every box shipped they donate a meal to charity!
My Subscription Addiction pays for this subscription. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).
The Subscription Box: Love With Food
The Cost: $12 a month ($10 a month with annual subscription) OR the deluxe monthly box for $19.95 a month (or $17 a month with annual subscription)
COUPON: Use our link to get your first box for free!
The Products: 8 or more snacks that are always organic, all natural, GMO-free, gluten-free or free of artificial junk. Plus one meal is donated to hungry children in America for every box shipped!
Ships to: US
Each box comes with a brochure detailing the items selected for that month. November’s theme is all about foods that will “warm your heart and home” in these cold winter months (I still can’t believe they’re already here!). They also announce that they’ll be having a Black Friday Sale on November 28th in their online shop.
Love With Food always includes promo codes and coupons, but this month they also included a $25 gift card for Le Tote and a mini-mag of 30 Rachel Ray Recipes!
Cinnful Sweet Heat Tortilla Chips by Chipz Happen – 1.5 oz, value: $1.90
States & Capital Educational Snacks by Dick & Jane Baking Company – .88 oz, value: $.90
These cinnamon chips taste very much like the cinnamon twists from Taco Bell, but so much better for you. Also, they have some cayenne pepper to add some heat but that kicks in really subtly in the aftertaste.
Laiki Red Rice Chips by Grain of Health – .74 oz, value: $1.25
Dried Mini Figs by Fruit Bliss – 1.76 oz, value: $1.83
I like these rice chips alright, and I especially like that the only ingredients are rice, oil, and salt!
Also, I tried these soft dried figs and, unfortunately, all they did for me was confirm that figs are not for me. My mom loves figs, though, and she says these are like candy to her!
Midnight Soft Baked Biscotti by Marlo’s – 1.25 oz, value: $1.83
Milk Chocolate Peanut Cluster by Jers Chocolates – value: $1.25
This biscotti is chocolate and espresso flavored and was definitely eaten quickly! I know you’re supposed to eat biscotti with coffee or tea but this was great on its own, too.
Guylian Truffles in Marbled Milk Chocolate Hazelnut and 70% Extra Dark Chocolate Hazelnut – 2 pieces, $1.36 total
All Purpose Seasoning Salt by Whole Spice – 1 oz, value: $3.50
Personally, I like getting samples of spices and seasonings in boxes, but I know the September Box got some criticism for including a large number spices and condiments in what is supposed to be a snack subscription. I can understand that perspective, but since this salt is the only seasoning in this month’s box, hopefully more people are happy with it, too!
Verdict: All in all, this isn’t my favorite month for Love With Food. I usually find something new I’m really excited about, but unfortunately this box just wasn’t for me. There were a couple nice treats (chocolates are always my favorite) but I’m not crazy about anything. As far as value goes, this month adds up to $11.02. If you’re looking for a high-value snack box, this isn’t it. I find that Love With Food is generally best at introducing me to new, healthier snack options that I love enough to order full-size, and when that actually happens, I don’t mind the lack of high value too much.
What do you think about the November Love With Food box?