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Sprig Box Review – Gluten Free Subscription Box – August 2013

Sprig Box Review - Gluten Free Subscription Box

Sprig Box is a gluten-free snack subscription box. Every month they send you new treats to discover! (I avoid gluten and dairy in my diet so I had to sign up for this subscription).

Sprig Box Review - Gluten Free Subscription Box

The Box: Sprig Box

The Cost: $24.96 a month ($18.97 plus $5.99 shipping)

The Products: Healthy and gluten-free snacks!

Check out all my Sprig Box reviews and the Food Subscription Box Directory!

Sprig Box Review - Gluten Free Subscription Box

Hail Merry Macaroons in Strawberry – Value $5

These strawberry macaroons are amazing! I like them even better than the chocolate version! (FYI, if you have nut allergies, the strawberry macaroons are made with almond flour – the chocolate ones are made just with coconut).

Sprig Box Review - Gluten Free Subscription Box

Urban Raccoons Granola Bar in Cranberry Maple Almond – Value $2.50

Mavuno Harvest Organic Dried Pineapple – Value $2.49

I love dried pineapple – it’s naturally sweet without adding any sugar! When I went to their website to get the price, I noticed that they have a dried fruit of the month club – this could be dangerous!

Sprig Box Review - Gluten Free Subscription Box

Lucy’s Chocolate Chip Cookies – Value $1.50

Eat Green Tea – Sample Packet  – Value $1

I feel like Eat Green Tea has been showing up in subscription boxes everywhere lately. I gave it a try in my breakfast smoothie – I didn’t notice any energy boost, but I didn’t mind the taste. (Apparently eating green tea leaves is a much better way to get the antioxidants from tea instead of brewing the leaves for tea).

Sprig Box Review - Gluten Free Subscription Box

All Good Provisions Organic Trail Mix – Value $3

Mary’s Gone Crackers – Value $1.50

Verdict: I’m very torn about my Sprig Box subscription – I think they have excellent curation of gluten-free and healthy snacks, and I also love that most of the snacks are organic. My only issue with this box and past boxes is the value – I paid $24.96 for this box and received about $17 worth of product. I sometimes have this same issue with Mantry. I think I’m going to cancel my Sprig Box subscription for now and try out Taste Guru (another gluten-free subscription box). What do you think of Sprig 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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Comments (2)

  1. Thanks for the review. I just started with Sprig and loved my first box. However, if it is not worth the price, I will switch as well. I really appreciate all your reviews and look forward to finding out about other gluten free options out there.

  2. It looks like a good gluten free mix of things to try. My favorite is the Hail Mary Macaroons. They are good. However as you say if the items don’t even add up to what you paid for the box it’s time to look elsewhere. There are several other gluten free boxes out there and trying them is part of the fun.

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