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Do you ever wonder? With lots of gluten-free subscription boxes on the market these days, it can be difficult to decide which to try. For years now, even when we lived in France, we have been faithful Love with Food subscribers.
We enjoy the variety of products and themed boxes. It’s so fun to get a box curated by a gluten-free personality, which Love with Food sometimes does. The products in the boxes are junk-free, too, so that’s a huge plus for me and my family.
But above all else, what really had me with this brand – and the reason I became a Love with Food affiliate – is the giving back. With every box purchased, a meal is donated to someone in need of food. So far, over 1 million meals have been donated, and that number is only going up!
So, get a box of gluten-free snacks delivered right to your doorstep every month and help fight hunger.
Now, let’s take a look inside the November box!
What’s Inside a Gluten-Free Love with Food Box
These boxes are so much fun to receive each month! This month, I was surprised by several full-size products:
Boom Chicka Pop Popcorn is made from popcorn, sea salt and sunflower oil. It comes in at 35 calories per cup and makes for a simple whole grain snack.
Go Organically Fruit Chews are all natural, organic and non-GMO fruit snacks. This back of mixed berry contains blackberry, raspberry, blueberry and strawberry flavored snacks.
Crio Bru wins for most interesting product in this box! It’s totally new to me. Have you tried it? It’s a coffee alternative made from roasted cacao beans! I drink coffee every day, but I am eager to give this a try!
For crunchy, salty snacks, this month’s box included:
Glutino Pretzels – these are always a hit at my house! Glutino does a great job with gluten-free products in general and you can’t tell these pretzels from traditional ones.
Crunchmaster Multi-seed Crackers – because these contain soy, I have to pass them up. When I come across products like this that I can’t try, I use them to add to a lunch box or someone else enjoys them as a snack. They definitely do not go to waste!
One Potato Two Potato Sweet Potato Chips – these are a sweet-savory flavored kettle cooked chip made with Vermont maple syrup. The oil used is sunflower oil and the ingredients are non-GMO. This is a limited edition flavor for fall.
There was also a Made Good Granola Bar. These bars are higher in fiber and vitamins than most as a result of the added vegetable powder in each bar.
This month’s box included a packet of Pamela’s Products Gluten-Free Baking & Pancake Mix, which many of you will be familiar with. It does contain dairy and nuts (almonds) so I don’t use this brand, but I know someone who absolutely loves it and I gifted the packet to them. :)
Have you ever tried Emmy’s coconut cookies? These are “superfood” cookies, made with coconut and almond flour. All ingredients are organic, non-GMO, vegan, grain-free, soy-free and of course, gluten-free.
I swiped the ginger chews in this box. They come from The Ginger People and I love, love, love these – we always have these on hand!
For non-edibles, this month, there was a mini Purell surface cleaner, which is a new product Purell is launching.
So there’s a little taste of the variety and types of products you’ll find in a Love with Food box.
These are great for introducing you to new gluten-free products, getting a sample of items you might want to try but aren’t sure about buying an entire package, and my favorite – for giving as gifts! I love surprising people (gluten-free and gluten-eating alike) with a few months of tasty snacks.