Love with Food Tasting Box Review + Coupon – June 2016
Love with Food is a snack subscription box, with the different options: a Tasting Box, a Deluxe Box, and a Gluten Free Box. This is a review of the Tasting Box.
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The Subscription Box: Love with Food
The Cost: $9.99 month-to-month, with discounts for longer subscriptions.
COUPON: Use this link to get your first box for $7.99
Save $20 off an annual subscription with code MSA20!
The Products: 8+ snacks per month, that are either organic, gluten-free, GMO-free, all-natural or free of artificial additives
Ships to: United States, U.S. Territories, and APO/FPO/DPO addresses
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Snapz Apple Crisps – $1.05
These have come over the pond from the UK. These have good reviews, which is a bit shocking to me. I found them undesirable at best – the reality is that they felt and tasted like I was eating apple flavored styrofoam. I’ll leave it at that.
You Love Fruit – Mango – $1.08
Ok, I generally love mango, and I was expecting to love these. They’re not my favorite. They are super cute though – they’re cut into heart shapes. The mango flavor was slightly there but not super strong. I ate three of the 16 hearts, and tossed the rest. Not worth the calories to me.
I always enjoy these pretzel crisps. They’re perfect for dipping, which is great since Love With Food included hummus to go with them!
I really enjoy hummus as a mid day snack or as a light meal with some pita bread. This hummus was really great. I enjoyed the flavor of the sun dried tomato as a change from the traditional hummus I usually purchase. I also really like that these come in a to-go container, so you can throw one in your bag for a quick snack while you’re out with some veggie sticks or chips!
I am 99.9% sure that I have received one of these in a previous box. I get Raw Rev Glo bars at least once a month in my boxes, if not twice or three times. They show up SO often. This one is pretty good – it’s your standard protein type bar. This brand is gluten free and non-gmo.
This was really good with a cup of tea. I enjoyed the slight hint of vanilla. Shortbread is growing on me as I get older – it used to be something I couldn’t stand, but as I get older, I enjoy it more and more! It does usually need some tea or coffee with it though!
These are so much better than Starburst in flavor and ingredients – they’re all natural and free of a lot of problem ingredients. They also don’t contain gelatin, which makes these a great alternative for vegans and vegetarians. The Meyer Lemon and Raspberry is my absolute favorite, so I loved getting these in this month’s box. Bummer that there were only two though!
Sinfully Thin Blue Corn Popcorn – $1.00
I enjoyed this popcorn – it was a basic, no-frills salted popcorn. There’s not a ton more to say, other than the fact that it really is a great choice if you’re looking to snack on something salty and crunchy guilt free!
Verdict: This Love with Food box has an approximate value of $7.57. The value is a bit on the low side. Love With Food generally includes several coupons with their boxes that tend to bring the value up a little, so that is something to keep in mind. I did enjoy this box, since there were several things new to me that I enjoyed and a few old favorites (the Torie and Howard Chewies and pretzels). There were a few clear misses though, which is generally disappointing in a box that hits low on the value mark already.
Have you tried Love with Food yet? What did you think of this month’s box?