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Yumvelope Natural Food & Snack Subscription Box Review

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Yumvelope Healthy Food & Snack Subscription Box Review Box

Yumvelope is a monthly natural snack subscription box. (Yumvelope also did a very helpful post with us a few months ago on how to start and run a subscription box if you want to check it out!)

Yumvelope kindly sent me think box to review.

Yumvelope Healthy Food & Snack Subscription Box Review items

The Subscription Box: Yumvelope

The Cost: $21 a month

The Products: 6 or more natural snacks

Ships to: US only.

Check out the Food Subscription Box directory for even more food and snack boxes!

Yumvelope Healthy Food & Snack Subscription Box Review Cocoa

Liz Lovely Gluten-Free Cookies in Lemon-E Poppy – 2-cookie pack (6.3 oz) ; value: $3.99 (using the pricing off the Yumvelope card included)

Liz Lovely Gluten-Free Cookies in Cocoa Diablo – 2-cookie pack (6.3 oz), value: $3.99

These gluten-free cookies have a really great consistency, which can be difficult to find in gluten-free baked goods. The Lemon-E Poppy flavor tastes just like super-sweet lemon poppy seed cake! The Cocoa Diablo cookies were my favorite, though. They’re chocolate without being too sweet, and the spiciness doesn’t kick in until about halfway through chewing. Liz Lovely is also a certified vegan bakery, and are dedicated to using 100% natural ingredients!

 Yumvelope Healthy Food & Snack Subscription Box Review Chocolate

Alter Eco Chocolates (Mini Dark Velvet and Mini Dark Noir) – 4 mini bars (.71 oz each); Value: $6.75

Considering that dark chocolate is my love language, these mini chocolate bars were a win for me! Each bar had 2 break-apart pieces that were a couple delicious bites each. And the ingredient labels were completely readable! These chocolates are 100% organic and fair trade certified, and Alter Eco is very dedicated to sustainability and environmental responsibility.

 Yumvelope Healthy Food & Snack Subscription Box Review Crackers

Gourmegg Egg Seasoning (Classy Classic) – 1.2 oz; value: $2.10

Cristoforo Sprouted Spelt Sourdough Crackers – 2 oz; value: $3.80

This Gourmegg egg seasoning is actually my favorite item in the box. It smells amazing and takes all the guess work out of trying to make eggs way more interesting and flavorful than usual. I got the recipe Classy Classic, which is a combination of tarragon, parsley, garlic, salt, pepper, and other easily-recognizable spices, but I definitely plan on purchasing more. I’d love to try their Charming Curry and Gracefully Greek flavors, too.

Verdict: The value of this box just broke even with the monthly cost. This is the first Yumvelope box I’ve tried, and I have to say that I absolutely loved this box. I prefer gluten-free foods and absolutely love recognizable and readable ingredient labels! All of the brands included have great missions and are dedicated to making real food, too.

What item were you most excited about in this month’s Yumvelope box?

Written by Haley Faye

Haley Faye

Haley Faye first discovered Beauty Army and Birchbox in 2012 and instantly fell hard and fast for the world of subscription boxes. Over the years of writing for MSA she has found many subscriptions to fuel her addiction, but her favorites include fashion, geeky, beauty, and mom/baby boxes to share with her son.

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.


  1. I’ve tried a few different Liz lovely cookies and they’ve all been awesome!

  2. I like the focus on sweet stuff in this box; a lot of the food boxes I’ve tried don’t have a lot of dessert-type items. Which is usually what I’m craving.

    On the other hand, I am not big into gluten-free items. I don’t have a medical reason (or desire) to avoid gluten. I prefer whole grain items instead; they’re usually higher in fiber and protein and make me feel a little bit less bad about eating cookies.

    Though I agree, it is hard to get the consistency of GF baked goods right (I have a co-worker with a gluten allergy and another with celiac disease and my attempts to make cookies for the office — that these people can also eat — have mostly flopped).

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