Grove Collaborative Subscription Box Review & Coupon – March 2016

I subscribe to this box but received an extra product for my review this month. Hello Subscription may earn compensation via links in this post. Read the full disclosure

Grove Collaborative (formerly known as ePantry) is an eco-friendly subscription service that allows you to quickly pick your favorite high quality cleaning and household supplies and set up a customized schedule for their shipment to you. Grove Collaborative carries a variety of brands including Method, Mrs. Meyers, Seventh Generation, Preserve, and more, including their own house brand.   If you’re like us, you hate shopping for cleaning and healthcare products at the grocery store (it’s just too much!).  Our family loves this service because we can do all “that” shopping not at the store.

Grove Collaborative says: “Grove products were a large part of the inspiration for our rebrand and you will see even more great products added to our line up, which are ethically sourced, make a positive difference to the world and are as beautiful as they are functional.” I’m excited to see what they cook up in the future!

grove collective march 2016 box

This box arrived 2 days before they changed their name!

You’ll pay the cost of the products (you can see the details on every product on theGrove Collaborative site), plus a $2.99 shipping charge. ePantry has an automatic shipment feature plus a system to calculate exactly how much you need. For $39.99 you can join the VIP program and get free shipping for the year plus a free gift every quarter.

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The care given to packing the items is always impressive.

grove collective march 2016 IMG_6658Caps are taped to avoid unintentional openings, and bubbles and other materials are well-deployed. They really did a number on this one!

Grove Collaborative is a B corporation and they carbon offset all their shipping and uses recycled materials wherever possible. We love that everything is packaged to ensure it doesn’t leak. When you start with Grove Collaborative all you need to do is take a super quick quiz so they can create a suggested bundle for you, but you can customize it as much as you’d like. See our complete Grove Collaborative/ePantry walkthrough here!

grove collective march 2016 review

Everything in our box!

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Mrs. Meyer’s Clean Day Fabric Softener in Lemon Verbena and Basil: we always need laundry softener and Mrs. Meyer’s is our brand of choice – they have several great scents, and we use every one! You can get it slightly less expensively in an Amazon Prime Pantry box (delivery $5.99). grove collective march 2016 IMG_6709
Method Dish Soap – Pink Grapefruit

Method Antibac All-Purpose Cleaner – Bamboo These both turned out to be $2.99 at Target (if yours carries them), so not a deal in comparison to that, but it was convenient and less than the MSRP, and on par with other online sources.

Grove Collaborative/ePantry is our go-to for dishsoap and fabric softener in particular.  We find that we never have the time to make it to the “get cleaning stuff” part of our shopping trip, and it really fills that gap nicely.  Plus we get our stuff delivered according to our own personal use schedule, which really isn’t all that often!

Visit Grove Collaborative to check it out and personalize your own subscription You can get a free $10 credit plus a free Mrs. Meyer’s hand soap when you sign up.

The SubscriptionGrove Collaborative
The Description: Flexible household product subscription service. Choose from Method, Mrs. Meyer’s Clean Day, Seventh Generation cleaning products and add on TP, paper towels, and trash bags.
The Price: Varies with item selection
The Coupon: Get $10 off your first order when you sign up plus a free bonus item! Use this link to activate!


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  • Stella Gray

    I received my order yesterday 9/1/17 and the detergent was busted and was all in the box .who do I report this too?

    • Valerie

      Please reach out to the subscription box directly. We have no affiliation or contact with them.

  • Jennifer

    I have contacted them several times & even with a cancelation confirmation, they are still billing me. Use with caution!!!

  • Sherry

    I agree that the products are nice and the packing is carefully done. And it seems like a company with a good conscience; however, the majority of the products offered are available at the stores where I already shop, and any others I can get using my Amazon Prime membership (which covers many other things I order and other services). I can also get the same products both locally and via Amazon at the same price or cheaper. The Grove Collaborative promoted the subscription concept as allowing you to “buy less”, but I found it actually pushed me to buy more instead. Bottom line is I would prefer to buy things along with my regular shopping when I need them or get them in two days from Amazon.

  • Thomas Prince

    Looks interesting! I might have to check this one out!

  • PA Anna

    This looks like my Target shopping trip! I wonder how much I can save by not going to Target and ordering the items online instead?

  • AngelaR

    Cool subscription. I have a hard time finding brands like this where I live.0