Have you noticed the recent influx of subscription box options? The monthly mail order box market has blown up in the recent months with tons of options- clothing, cosmetics, eco-friendly products and more! You name it, it can be sent to you each month in a box! If I had to choose what would be shipped to my door, it would be new gluten-free products! When I heard rumors that Find Me Gluten Free was launching a box program, I was super excited. When they contacted me about reviewing a box on The Puzzled Palate- I was thrilled!
Since we started purchasing gluten-free products, we have wasted a ton of money on sub-par junk. I found myself wishing that I could just try something before committing to a full purchase! Send Me Gluten Free gives us that opportunity! The boxes include samples from companies that are eager to have you sample their wares. If we don't like one of the samples- no biggie! At least we don't have yet another bottle or box of something that we won't eat!
M was thrilled to come home and find our bright orange Send Me Gluten Free box! She barely gave me a second to get the camera before she started going through it!
Here is a list of what we received this month:
S= Sample Size C= Coupon F= Full Size
Organic Black Bean Spaghetti- Explore Asian *F
Tamari GF Soy Sauce- San J *S/C for 55¢ off
Better Off Red Tea- Now Real Tea *S
Dr. Praeger's Sensibile Foods (Frozen Foods)- Dr. Praeger's *C for full product
Orchard and Garden Blend Chews- Juice Plus+ *S
Rallye Balm- Red Apple Lipstick *S/C for 30% off order
Delight Gluten Free Magazine *C for free issue
Dandelion Dark Roast Herbal Coffee- Teeccino Cafe *S/C for 50¢ off
Surf Sweets Gummy Snacks- TruSweets *S
TeeChia Sustained Energy Cereal- Teeccino Cafe *S
Raw Rev Bar- Raw Revolution *S/C for 50¢ off
Organic Brownie Mix- Sevierly Good Gluten Free *F
*one of our favorite GF companies!
So...what do I think? I think that the Send Me Gluten Free box offers a wide variety of product samples for a reasonable price. I did like that they included two full sized products. (I can't wait to try the brownie mix!) Next time, I hope that the box includes larger samples. I am not trying to be greedy- but it is difficult to share one tiny sample with four taste testers! I do like that coupons were included for products that are too large for the box or that need refrigeration.
I would recommend the Send Me Gluten Free box to anyone who is on a GF diet or thinking about going GF. I think that it is a great way to try new things that you might not pick out for yourself. Also, who doesn't like coming home to a fun box of goodies?
If you are interested in ordering your own box, visit Send Me Gluten Free's website and use the code WELCOME20 to get 20% off any subscription!
We can't wait for our next box!
Have you ever signed up for a mail subscription box?