Fruit for Thought is a lifestyle subscription box that sends fruit or vegetable themed packages from food to home, to beauty products 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.
ACTIVE DEAL: Save 10% off your first month
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 March Theme: “Coconut Lime”
Here is the card that gives you some more information about the items included.
We also got a few lime flavored lollipops and hard candies. Hard candies are my favorite kind, so I gobbled these right up.
Are freshly made margaritas delicious? Yes. Do I have the time to only drink freshly made margaritas? Of course not. Insert this product to the rescue. To drink you mix this packet with 1.5 oz of tequila, 4 oz of water, ice, and shake. I love that this is a quick and easy margarita option that also has less sugar than a traditional marg.
Friendly Body Product Coconut Lime Loofah Soap – Retail Value $5.95
Loofah soaps! While I am not normally a bar soap fan, I can always get down with these. I have found that the natural loofah sponge is great for tackling my rough heels to get my feet flip-flop ready, and I loved the refreshing coconut lime scent.
Gezellig Cookies Key Lime Stroopwafel – Buy a box of 16 for $25
This is actually my first ever stroopwafel and I was very excited about it. This caramel filled crunchy cookie had the added tang of tart key lime, and while it was tasty I think I would prefer the original stroopwafel over this. I definitely appreciate the opportunity to try it, though!
Kate Grenier “CocoNuts” Bottle Cap Magnet Set – Retail Value $18
These magnets are made in the USA from recycled materials, and they are designed to be eye candy while holding (literally) onto memories. I appreciate the sweet sentiment behind the brand, as my fridge is currently covered in cards and letters from various loved ones. I need more magnets, too, and these have a solid weight that will be able to hold up some thicker materials.
Sensational Sweets Lime Chippers, ¼ lbs bag – Retail Value $6
These chippers are delicious- they are tart bites of lime candy inside a white chocolate bar, and the blend of creamy, tart, and sweet is a really satisfying combo. Fruit For Thought always sends some truly amazing treats, and none of the snacks in this box disappointed.
Body by Bella Coconut Lime Candle, 8.8 oz - Estimated Value $15 (currently sold out)
This candle is made with 100% soy wax and cotton wicks for a clean-air burn, and the coconut lime scent is so tangy and refreshing. I associate coconut lime with vacations and relaxation, so when I have this candle burning it evokes fun memories. I thought the scent throw was good with this candle too- it filled my living room without being overbearing.
The Verdict: Fruit For Thought always nails the curation game, and the combination of thoughtful products and tasty treats is a big winner in my book. Plus, I love my new candle and magnets—they’re so useful. While this box emphasizes thoughtful curation over high-value items, I calculated a total value of $44.95 for everything except the margarita mixers and the stroopwafel.
To Wrap Up:
Can you still get this box if you sign up today? No, your first box will be for April!
Coupon – Use code MSA20 to save 20% off your first box!
Value Breakdown: This box costs $44.99 + $4.95 shipping ($49.94), which means you are paying about $7.13 per item, counting the hard candies as a collective one.
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What do you think of Fruit For Thought?