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Daily Harvest x The Zoe Report Limited Edition Box Available Now!

Daily Harvest has a limited edition box available now – The Zoe Report Edit! FYI – This limited edition box will start a weekly subscription – Check out our Daily Harvest reviews to learn more.

We asked the fashion powerhouses at The Zoe Report to put their favorite energizing, beautifying snacks and plant-based comfort foods into one Daily Harvest box — so you can put healthy eating on autopilot and send your hustle into overdrive this year.

The Box: Daily Harvest x The Zoe Report Edit

The Cost: $69.75 per week

The Products: 9 cups

Here’s a look at everything in the The Zoe Report Edit:

Daily Harvest is a subscription service that delivers ready-to-blend smoothies, soups, oats, and sundaes right to your door. You can choose from different flavors or choose a preselected flavor boxes: Bestsellers, Fresh & Fruity, Greens Incognito, Greens Obsessed, and Rich & Filling. If you need help picking what smoothies you’ll like best, they have a Flavor Quiz to help sort through all the options.

Check out our Daily Harvest reviews to see what you can expect from this subscription!

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Comments (12)

  1. Daily harvest was one of the worst & costliest mistakes I made last year.

    It’s horrible. Once you buy your supply you’re stuck with it.

    I’ve discovered chocolate & kale do not mix. I’m trying to force myself to finish them off, but it’s a struggle.

  2. I’ve looked into TDH before and it’s just so expensive for what you get. Especially when it doesn’t even cover all your meals for the week & you’d still have to do additional grocery shopping on top of that. If they offered different options like maybe breakfast only for a less expensive weekly price it would be something I’d be interested in trying.

  3. If anyone wants to try a $24 box of 6 Daily Harvest items send me an email at hilarys54 at aol.

  4. Looks good, but I’m pretty burnt out from the Zoe Report right now, after the box debacle.

  5. Great! now we are getting curated food.

  6. I’m sorry. But this looks gimmicky AF. And It works out to more than $7 per cup for something that’s going to leave you hungry in an hour or two? No.

  7. Everything looks fresh, healthy and delicious to me! I would definitely try it if there was a good coupon for the first week. All the other meal boxes offer a generous coupon to get you to try it….

  8. “Ice cream” with cauliflower in it and no actual dairy? No thanks.

    Also, “detox” is not a scientific term or concept. Sigh.

  9. BoS failed to get needed funding so now they’re launching an absurdly overpriced niche box … didn’t LLB do basically the same thing with that blanket subscription right before they folded and absconded with everyone’s money?

    • The Daily Harvest is actually its own subscription service, totally and completely separate from Rachel Zoe. This seems like a collab box, like the PS Neiman Marcus box or something.

  10. Looks cute but I feel like i’d end up hungry and it’s way out of my budget =/

    • Also a serving size is half the container. Not their fault, but most people eat the whole container and that’s a sugar/calorie bomb.

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