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bPosh Monthly Club Subscription Box Review + Coupon– May 2016

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bTizzy is an online store featuring artisan goods crafted by persons with disabilities. In addition to their store, they also have launched a subscription service called the bPosh Monthly Club, in which subscribers are treated to a few of these handmade goods every month.

This box was sent to us for review purposes. (Check out our review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)

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The Subscription Box: bPosh Monthly Club

The Cost: $49.95 per month

COUPON: Save 40% off your first box with code MSA40

The Products: Handmade artisan goods created by persons with disabilities

Ships to: US for free. It doesn’t say anything about international shipping on their website, but if you are interested in a subscription outside of the US, try contacting them directly.

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Stone Cake Tester – Value $11

This was the first thing I pulled from my package, and isn’t it just lovely? I never thought about testing to see if a cake was done with something so fancy! I can actually see putting a bunch of olives on this and sticking it into a tall drink.

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Gluten-Free Pizza Crust Mix by Food for Good Thought – Value $7.50

The kids and I have made three different pizzas for subscription box reviews in the past month, and now it looks like we will be making a fourth! Fortunately, I think they could eat pizza every single day if I let them. This mix was made by a mother and her autistic son. It also got really good reviews.

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SeedBallz: Italian Basil – Value $11

I love seed bombs, and my family goes through a lot of basil, so these are perfect for us! I think there’s just enough time left to grow these this season! These are made by a People With Disabilities group from Pontiac, IL.

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100% Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil – Value $22

I love a high-quality olive oil, and this one is award winning! It has a high smoke point and a low fat content, and is made from premium Spanish olives. The woman (Alex Elman) who makes this olive oil is blind. I love that it has braille on the label!

Verdict: What a cool subscription box! I am especially excited about the olive oil! The value of everything combined totals $51.50, which is higher than the cost of the box, so I’m happy with that. Considering that everything is made by disabled artisans and helps them to support themselves, bPosh is a wonderful box that’s downright inspiring. I think anyone who enjoys subscription boxes should consider subscribing.

What do you think of bPosh Monthly Club?

Written by Anna Rodriguez

Anna Rodriguez

Anna has been a fan of subscription boxes since joining Birchbox in 2013, but didn’t become a true addict until discovering subscriptions she could share with her children. Her favorites include Kiwi Crate and Fab Kids.
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6 Comments

  1. Y’all are awesome! ?????

  2. Love everything about this box!

  3. What a great box!!!

  4. I love love love this! went on the website, will definitely try to buy from them in the future!

  5. Never heard of this subscription before, but I love when I can buy something that actually helps people and not corporations… Not that I am anti-corporation, I buy enough to make them rich too. I love Globein for this same reason. I am going to subscribe today!

  6. Love this, what an inspiring box of treasures! Subscribing to this box would make me feel good, I waste so much money on beauty samples, why not buy a box that supports some amazing people! That cake tester is so luxurious, it would be beautiful as a skewer for fresh fruit or a tomato and mozzarella salad. I think I’m going to order a bunch for party favors.

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