Fruit for Thought is a subscription box that sends fruit or vegetable themed packages each month. There is a $44.99 a month Full-size and $31.99 Mini box option, and they focus on sending artisan-made products.
This is a review of the Fruit For Thought Full-size, $44.99 + $4.95 shipping, box.
This box was sent to us at no cost for review. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)
About Fruit For Thought
The Subscription Box: Fruit for Thought
The Cost:$44.99 + $4.95 shipping. Save with longer subscription plans.
COUPON: Use code MSA20 to save 20% off your first box!
The Products: Colorful and flavorful items based on a fruit or vegetable theme! The full-size box comes with 5-8 items curated around the theme and the mini box will include 4-5 items with the same theme and presentation.
Ships to: Worldwide
Fruit For Thought "Fiesta" September 2018 Review
Here is the card that gives you some more information about the items included.
Also included were a few chili pepper gummies and mini sombrero to help set the mood for our fiesta.
I actually need a new lunch box, and this cute insulated carrot tote is perfect for the job. It is nice and roomy, and while I am going to use it as a lunch box it has enough room to handle larger jobs.
Here is Duchess climbing inside for size reference.
Farm To Table Tea Towel Gift Set
You can put pretty much anything in a mason jar and I will love it, and this pea tea towel is no exception. I always welcome new tea towels to my collection, and this will go nicely with my cat-themed one. It has a loop in the corner to hang and it is 100% cotton.
Crafted Van Avocado Bookmark – Retail Value $5.19
How cute is this avocado bookmark? I am in love! If any avocado was going to give me a hug, it would be this one. Since it is an inanimate object, instead it will be hugging my book pages to mark my place without damaging the paper!
RachelO’s Avocado Earrings – Retail Value $7.50
When I first saw these earrings I was like "Huh, they don't match." Then I realized avocados don't come with two pits, they do match, and I am a little slow to the earring party. These small fabric button earrings are about half an inch wide, and the posts are hypoallergenic nickel-free titanium.
Cactus Emory Board
I love all things cactus and I find this emory board to be especially adorable. The grit isn’t too rough, so this can smooth out jagged edges without irritating the surrounding cuticles.
Lambs And Thyme Guacamole Mix, 0.5 oz – Retail Value $3.95
I love guacamole and consider myself to be a bit of a guac snob (my mom likes to put cottage cheese in her guacamole and I cannot accept it). This has all of the must-have ingredients like garlic, onion, cilantro, and jalapeno, and it also has basil, green chili powder, and other herbs and spices. I haven’t had a ripe avocado since receiving this, but the ingredient list looks promising and I am excited to try it out.
Frutose Cosmetics Avocado Face Oil, 10 ml – Retail Value $11.71 ($15 CAD)
Face oils are my moisturizer of choice in my nighttime routine, and avocado oil is packed with good-for-you ingredients like vitamins A, B, D, and E. This did leave my skin a tad tacky after using, but that faded within a few minutes.
The Verdict: Fruit for Thought continues to be a joy to receive every month! I am always greeted with thoughtful curation and great, useful items. The Full-size box costs $49.94 a month ($44.99 plus $4.95 shipping) and I could only calculate a value of $28.35, but that doesn't include the big-ticket items like the insulated lunch tote or the tea towel. For the quality of the items received, I believe the value is there!
To Wrap Up:
Can you still get this box if you sign up today? No, your first box will be the October box (which is Autumn Spice themed!).
Coupon - Use code MSA20 to save 20% off your first box!
Value Breakdown: This box costs $44.99 + $4.95 shipping, which means that each of the 7 items in the box has an average cost of $7.13.
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