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Love with Food Gluten Free Box Review – October 2014

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Love with Food Gluten Free Box Review - October 2014 Box

Love with Food is a monthly snack and food sampling service. In addition to their regular $12 a month subscription, they recently introduced a gluten-free box. I avoid gluten and dairy in my diet, so I had to sign up and give this one a try!

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Love with Food Gluten Free Box Review - October 2014 Items

The Subscription Box: Love with Food Gluten Free

The Cost: $32 a month ($25 a month with annual subscription)

COUPON: Use coupon code FB50 to save 50% off your first box.

The Products: 8-12 gluten-free items each month. All food included will be organic or all-natural, and for each box shipped, 2 meals will be donated to charity.

Ships to: US

Love with Food Gluten Free Box Review - October 2014 Info

The box comes with a fold out sheet detailing the items included. Since I’m always reading the ingredients of everything I eat, I really appreciate that they list out the ingredients for each item and also indicate which items are vegan, organic, etc.

Love with Food Gluten Free Box Review - October 2014 Cup 4 Cup

Sam Mills Short Bread Cookies – Value $3

Cup 4 Cup Chocolate Brownie Mix – Value $11.50

I’ve heard great things about Cup 4 Cup mixes, but I had thought that they included dairy, so I never tried them. Turns out this brownie-mix is dairy free! I can’t wait to make these brownies now! And since it’s a pricey brownie mix, I’m glad I get to try it out via subscription box first.

Love with Food Gluten Free Box Review - October 2014 Falafel

Flamous Organic Spicy Falafel Chips – Value $4 total

These chips are one of those very rare items that are dairy and gluten free, and my husband loves as much as I do. (He doesn’t have any eating restrictions like I do).

We just ordered more of these – they are that good. (And not too spicy).

Love with Food Gluten Free Box Review - October 2014 Justins

Justin’s Chocolate Almond Butter – Value $1.25

Justin’s Honey Almond Butter – Value $1.25

I love these Justin’s almond butter packets. (I know I should be using them as a dip or spread, but I’ve been eating them straight out of the packet!)

(This box also came with a Cup 4 Cup $2 coupon).

Love with Food Gluten Free Box Review - October 2014 Sweets

Surf Sweets Organic Jelly Beans – Value $2 total

Stroopie’s – Value $3 total

Lovely Candy Co. Caramels – Value $2

I couldn’t eat the caramels or the Stroopies because of dairy (that’s probably a good thing because I wouldn’t be able to stop!), but these surf sweets jelly beans were a nice sweet addition to the box.

Love with Food Gluten Free Box Review - October 2014 Bean Chips

Beanfields Bean & Rice Chips in Ranch – Value $1.50

Skout Black Pepper BBQ Raw Pumpkin Seeds – Value $4.50

Beanfields chips are in so many food subscription boxes, so personally I’m not too excited about seeing these in the box since I want to try out new products, but these Ranch chips are pretty tasty.

These Skout pumpkin seeds are completely new to me – and they are probably my favorite discovery in the box. They are organic, vegan, and so addictive!

Verdict: This box has a value of $34. I’m really pleased with the value since most food boxes at best break even in value. I’ll probably switch to the annual subscription soon to get the best value though. I also really like everything I’ve sampled so far. (I may be a little overly enthusiastic about this box since it’s one of the few boxes I get where I can eat most of the items!)

What do you think of the new Gluten Free Love with Food 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.


  1. overall im on the fence about food boxes. im GF so i could eat all in this box (yeaaa!) BUT a lot of food boxes have so many processed foods and sweets that i almost think they are not good for me. for me personally i feel like maybe abox like this might just be my license to eat GF junk food cuz i could ? does that make sense ? though i do think its nice and i did subscribe to a box at first when i was GF and it was helpful to introduce me to things that are there if i want them.

  2. I eat those Justin’s packets straight up too!

    • Glad I’m not the only one! 🙂

  3. I just tried using the discount code you mention above but it does not work, an error comes up. Do you have another code? Thanks.

    • Sorry about that – FB50 should work for 50% off a gluten free box.

  4. I love the idea of this box, but (believe it or not!) like you, I’m also gluten- AND dairy-free due to food allergies, and I think I would be disappointed to have so many items in the box that I still can’t eat due to the dairy ingredients. The G-Free Foodie Box is probably a better choice for folks like us, because they do offer a gf/df box and a Top 8 Allergen-free box as well.

  5. thanks so much for reviewing this! I’ve always avoided subscription food boxes because of the gluten thing, but I think I may try this eventually! Looks delicious…

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