Love With Food: Review and Giveaway

I was pleased to meet the reps from Love with Food at BlogHer this year and got the opportunity to review the August Box. Love with Food puts a new spin on the box of the month by merging it with the one for one concept of business philanthropy. For every food box ordered, a meal is donated to a hungry child.

Spencer and I love getting packages so it is always a delight to get something in the mail, especially when it is unexpected. The August box had a travel theme, so the contents included: exotic mustard, pretzels, dried cherries, vegan cookies, coconut peanuts, gum and a motion sickness candy.

Spencer loved all of it except the mustard which he wouldn’t even try because he hates mustard so much. I couldn’t figure out why he loved the cherries so much (he’s not the hugest dried fruit fan) until I realized they were sweetened. And quite delicious.

Surprisingly, Spencer also loved the vegan lemon cookie. I am not a vegan, but I was a vegetarian for many years and cooked in a restaurant that had vegan options. I’m always intrigued by packaged vegan foods and love to try them when I get a chance. I just like seeing what a company can do. The texture on the lemon and peanut butter cookies was dense, but the flavor was great – especially the lemon, a really bright lemon flavor came through.

By far, the coconut toffee peanuts were my favorite thing in the box. I let my husband and Spencer have a few and then finished almost the entire bag while they were off doing Spencer’s bath. Delicious.

Love With Food is a fun monthly box at a great price point. There are deals if you buy multiple months at once, but even the full price of $12 ($10 + $2 shipping) is a great deal. If you think Love With Food would be a great fit for you, I have some good news: a discount code and the chance to win a box of your own.

Use the code BBLVIP for $2 off your 1st month’s subscription. And enter below for a chance to win a Love With Food box of your very own.
a Rafflecopter giveaway

Open to US residents only. Winner will be chosen Aug 29th at 9pm pacific time and notified by email.  The discount code expires 8/31/12

I was provided a box to review and one to give away but was not compensated in any other way for this review.

 

 

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14 Responses to “Love With Food: Review and Giveaway”

  1. Amanda says:

    Twizzlers! Always twizzlers, since I was little twizzlers have been our road trip food.

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  2. Rachael says:

    Chocolate raisins!

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  3. Monique says:

    Assorted trail mixes are usually my favorites.

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  4. Miranda says:

    I am forever looking for new things for Joshua to eat! He would love something like sweetened cherries!

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  5. Audrey says:

    Very cool. I could ‘review’ some nomnoms right now. Especially if there was chocolate involved.

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  6. Eileen says:

    Hmm, travel snack probably kettle corn. Mmmm kettle corn.

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  7. Emily Y. says:

    Chex Mix! The sweet and salty one… YUM!

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  8. Diana says:

    White Cheddar Popcorn. I could (and do) eat the entire bag.

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  9. Melissa says:

    I definitely love road trips for the junk food. Chips, giant sodas and little chocolate donuts. Not good for you but very tasty!

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  10. manda says:

    I like nuts!

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  12. almonds, plantain chips, etc.

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  13. Erin (P) G says:

    Road trips are fun for food & snacks, as long as my annoying dog who doesn’t like car rides isn’t going with! Otherwise, snacks I don’t eat at home often, large size bag of chips, white cheddar popcorn, yummy sodas, drive thru lunch and yummy dessert pies! Wonder when my next road trip will be? Hmmmm? A Love with food box sounds nice too!

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  14. Ooh! Probably some type of granola or dried fruit!

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