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GlobeIn Sustain March 2015 Box Complete Spoilers!

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GlobeIn March 2015

We have two full spoilers for the March 2015 GlobeIn box! Each box will include:

GlobeIn Complete March Spoilers

Prana Market Tote – Value $5

Bambu Coconut Bowl – Value $14

Lotus Foods Volcano Rice – Value $4.69

EcoLips Lip Balm – Value $6

Sweet Riot Cocao Nibs – Value $3.75

and the Palm Leaf Basket the items are packaged in – Value $12

Boxes ship on March 16th. New customers can use coupon code WELCOME for 25% off their first 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!
All views in this review are the opinion of the author. My Subscription Addiction will never accept payment in exchange for a review, but will accept a box at no cost to provide honest opinions on the box. This post may contain affiliate/referral links. Read the complete My Subscription Addiction disclosure.

18 Comments

  1. If I subscribe today, will I get this box?

    • Yes 🙂

  2. This is an awesome sub, and customer service is top notch!

  3. Has anyone had any contact with their customer service? I just placed my order and used the code WELCOME, but I noticed it didn’t apply the discount and just submitted the order. I’m trying to e-mail them to see if I can rectify this, but I was wondering if anyone had the same issue or if they knew that the customer service was helpful with these kinds of issues?

    • UPDATE: I got in touch with customer service and they were happy to refund me the difference with the coupon code, which was $8.25. So far I am very happy with the customer service!

      • Just saw your update after I posted 🙂

    • Email genna@globein.com– Last month, my spice tagine was chipped and I emailed her- not only did I receive a prompt response and a new one in a few days, but the company sent out an email urging anyone else who had a damaged tagine to let them know! I’m sure you will have no problem getting your order adjusted.

  4. Does a basket come with each box?

  5. Do you get a new basket every month?

    • So far, yes! I think this is their packaging of choice. I love the baskets because they have completely detachable lids and are pliable enough to hold so many different things. Plus, it’s not often a company has packaging that can be used apart from just holding the month’s products.

    • Yes! The basket comes in every box!

  6. I’m totally ordering this when I get home – I love that bowl! The rice looks good too and I could always use lip balm and tote bags. Plus, I love the idea behind it.

  7. They seem to be moving away from “artisan” to just “fair trade”. Not necessarily a bad thing, but it’s a different concept.

    • This is just a different month with a different theme. If you look at their app, it is definitely dedicated mainly toward “artisans”. And I’m sure that you’ve noticed food makes up only about 25% of each box. This is a great company that is consistently delivering a different theme each month and should be commended for doing so!!! There’s definitely nothing “bad” about that.

      • I looked at the non-food products here. There is nothing indicating that the lip balm and the tote were made by artisans. The bowl, perhaps, depending on how you define artisans. But to me, the value would be in people making traditional items from their community or using their own, traditional techniques (like the towel and the tajine from last month’s box). A bowl designed by Europeans and made of a coconut shell by Chinese workers – even if well paid workers – does not enter into my definition. Though the bowl is lovely.

        But if I think about this just as a fair trade box, it makes sense and it’s not a bad box (even if low value, if you exclude the basket).

        • I think that jumping to any conclusions about what’s inside the box (basket) and how it relates to fair trade or artisans before you receive the box and instructional insert is a bit premature. Either way, once it arrives, the information will be very apparent. Oops, I forgot you’re no longer a subscriber. I’m sure that Liz will cover it fairly and honestly in her review.

          • Liz very helpfully added links to each of the products in the box. I visited them. Any conclusion I arrived that is based on them.

            But you know, it’s just a box.

  8. I love the baskets they come in. Each one I’ve seen, I’ve really liked!

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