Thursday, March 19, 2015

Send Me Gluten Free

The Gluten Free Media Group, who has been hosting the Gluten Free & Allergen Friendly Expos since 2007, and launched the Find Me Gluten Free App in 2010, recently created Send Me Gluten Free, which they like to think of as an "expo in a box."  

Send Me Gluten Free is a monthly subscription box service that can be ordered month to month, or in three month, six month, or 12 month subscriptions.  Every box is shipped free, but the price ranges between $20 and $30 per month, depending on the length of the subscription.  In each box, customers receive 8 to 12 gluten free products, including full-size and sample-size foods, supplements, personal care items, and household products that are certified gluten free, or tested to the FDA standard of less than 20 ppm.  

The March box I received contained Toufayan gluten free wraps and Le Veneziane lasagna, two brands that my family uses on a regular basis.  Le Veneziane is our favorite brand of gluten free pasta, so I was excited to see the lasagne noodles, which we haven't tried yet.  

I also received Surf Sweets gummy bears, NoGii whey & quinoa cocoa chocolate protein powder, a toosum healthy snack bar with cherries and plums, and a Pamela's raspberry and fig Figgies & Jammies cookie, which I really liked.  

If you like Korean food, you might enjoy Sunny's Gourmet Products Kimchee Seasoning, which is vegan, and free of gluten and msg.  

My box also contained a Redd Remedies black cherry joint health soft chew, and CobraZol chronic pain relief homeopathic topical gel for arthritis, muscle aches and joint pain.

In addition to these 9 products, I also received a coupon for one free Toufayan product, 4 coupons for discounted items that were in the box, and coupons for Rudi's and Ancient Harvest products.

You can read more about Send Me Gluten Free on their website here.  If you decide to place an order, use the code BLOG20 to receive 20% off any subscription length.

Send Me Gluten Free sent me a complimentary box to review, but all the opinions expressed in this blog post are entirely my own.


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