Love With Food Office Box February 2018 Subscription Box Review

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Love with Food is a fun snack discovery subscription available in three versions: Tasting Box, Deluxe (family size), and Gluten-Free. They also offer an Office Box for sharing with your co-workers. Snacks are all-natural and organic, plus they fit all diets, like gluten-free, vegan, paleo, etc.

This is a review of the Office Box. For now, it is only available in the US.

FYI, you can see our reviews of all 3 regular varieties of Love With Food boxes here.

DEAL: You can try Love With Food by using this link to get your first Deluxe Box for $5 off or get your first Classic Size Box for $7.99. You can also save 25% on your first Gluten-Free box by using this link. As always, Love With Food donates meals to charity with each box purchased.

Everything in the box! Each type of snack has several multiples – ideal for the office environment.

One each of everything in the box!

Belgian Boys Mini Choco Stroop Wafels ($4.20) The Dutch are well known for their heavenly tasting chocolates and this one is not an exception. The stroopwafels are not just chocolate-y but also features caramel!

One pack consists of 14 pieces of individually wrapped waffles – and that’s all there was. Maybe good for a team meeting?

This cookie is fully covered with rich chocolate.

The cookie is small yet filling, which makes a nice afternoon snack or a mid-day pick-me-up at work for everyone. Surprisingly this wasn’t actually a waffle!

Buff Bake Chocolate Chip Protein Peanut Spread ($8.50) This protein-rich chocolate chip peanut spread has a perfect blend of dark chocolate and peanuts. They are individually packed making them easier to store, and they won’t take up much space in your office pantry.

We tried opening a pack and it was oh so rich. These are great not just on bread but even on fruits like banana too. The best thing is that it’s gluten-free and non-GMO.

Tom & Jenny’s Candy Company Original Soft Caramels ($9) Sugar-free caramel candies for everyone! I like these because they don’t contain any artificial flavors, colors, or preservatives. What makes them sweet are the sugar alcohols, including xylitol which is a plant-based sweetener that is low in carbohydrates and eliminates cavity-causing bacteria. I don’t know if I’d put these out in an office environment – they can cause gastrointestinal distress if you’re not used to xylitol!

Each pack contains 20 pieces of candy, enough to be shared with the whole office for a post-lunch treat!

They’re yummy and chewy! Living up to the brand’s tagline, opening these candies are indeed like unwrapping happiness!

That’s It Apples + Cinnamon Zesty Bars ($12.60) You can never go wrong with pairing apples and cinnamon. Both are known for their health benefits, which means that this snack bar is a good option if you are looking for something healthy that will satisfy your cravings.

We got 12 individually wrapped bars. These would come in handy for emergency breakfasts or when you need to power up for meetings!

The bar is kind of dense. It does smell like an apple cinnamon pie or dried apples with cinnamon sauce! Yum!

Buddha Bowl Himalayan Pink Organic Popcorn ($20.32) Who can say no to popcorn? Definitely not me! This popcorn is even better because it’s made using all organic ingredients.

It’s healthy yet tasty, thanks to organic extra-virgin coconut oil and Himalayan salt. The popcorn is also light and non-greasy and just totally sublime.

Dill Pickle Route 11 Potato Chips ($11.73) There is nothing like snacking on potato chips to reward yourself for a job well done. If you fancy something unique, this dill pickle flavored snack is the one that you need.

Since the flavor is dill pickle, you can expect sour taste, plenty of dill, and that zippy taste to it which really works together. You might find it unusual first but it does grow on you. I am enjoying it so far! It is, however, very salty!

J&M Original Cheese Straws ($14.70) I love cheese and this cheese snack will fulfill anyone’s cheese cravings while at the office.

These cheese straws are made with lots of cheese with a hint of pepper to give them a nice kick. They are satisfyingly crunchy too!

Dick & Jane Educational Snacks ($2.56) These educational snacks aren’t just for kids. Each bag contains nut-free and non-GMO cookies which taste great with any hot beverage.

Each bite-size cookie features an activity like rock climbing, swimming, snowboarding, tennis, and many more. They taste like vanilla and they’re quite addicting too!

Made Good Chocolate Chip Granola Minis ($34.90) Granola minis sound great if you are into healthy eating. This snack is made from organic ingredients like gluten-free oats, chocolate chips, sunflower oil, and cocoa butter.

Each granola ball is bite-sized. It’s a healthy alternative to chips and other junk food you might tend to munch on while on the desk! Also, it does not contain high-fructose corn syrup!

Hippeas Organic Chickpea Puffs In Sriracha Sunshine ($12.71) Another great alternative to chips or unhealthy puffed snacks are these chickpea puffs made with organic chickpea flour and organic tapioca starch.

It’s so light and crunchy, plus the sriracha flavoring will surely wake up your tastebuds!

Office snacks are the best!

Love With Food Office Box makes it easy for us to keep a stash of healthy and guilt-free snacks for the whole office to enjoy. They’re generous with the servings they send, and most of these are individually-wrapped snacks that allow easy sharing. If you and your co-workers share a love for snacking, this is a great subscription to try. Even with dietary restrictions, there’s no need to worry because the snacks are gluten-free, vegan, paleo, etc. Also, for every office box you purchase, you are donating meals to a food bank! We added up about $131 in value and think this is a good fit for an office of around 6-8 people.

What’s your favorite snack this month? Tell me what you think in the comments! 
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