I was one of the lucky bloggers to receive a free Send Me Gluten Free sample box for review. Send Me Gluten Free is a subscription service that offers month to month, three month, six month, and one year subscriptions for different prices. The goal is to deliver new gluten-free products (food and non-food) to your doorstep that encourage you to try something new. The contents of the box change monthly and contain 8-12 products that vary from ready-to-eat, to full-size ones like mixes, to make up, to beverages, to supplements, and more.
I had no idea what to expect because most of these month subscription services contain products I have already tried, so I wanted to know what sets it apart from the others? According to the company, "...through seven years of expos(Gluten & Allergen Free Expo), a free app that helps millions of people find safe places to eat(Find Me Gluten Free), and through our own experiences (most of us and our families are gluten free), it allows us to offer the expo experience to a wider audience, as sort of an "expo in a box" for those who don't live near an expo or for attendees who want to continue to try new products all year long."
My August box contained a selection of gluten-free products and a separate envelope with coupons. The gluten-free products included: Sevierly Good bread mix, Explore Asian black bean noodles, Raw Revolution green bars, TeeChia instant breakfast cereal, Juice Plus+ chewables, NOW Real Tea, Surf Sweets gummies, San-J tamari, and Red Apple Lipstick lip balm. The coupons included: a free Dr. Praeger’s product, a free digital download of Delight Gluten Free magazine, and money off coupons for Raw Revolution bars, Red Apple Lipstick, and San-J products. Believe it or not, I haven't tried all of these products, so I need to get in the kitchen to bake/cook.
It is also important to note that Send Me Gluten Free requires all brand partners to be certified gluten free, or tested to the FDA standard of less than 20 parts per million of gluten, so all of the products are truly gluten free. Whether you are a college student, someone who is newly diagnosed with celiac disease, or someone who wants to experience new products and brands, this subscription service is posed to fit the bill.
Have you tried Send Me Gluten Free's service yet? What did you think?