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Fun and Family Friendly Subscription Boxes

Posted on Friday, October 11th, 2013 at 8:00 am
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Woman Holding BoxSubscription boxes are all the rage these days and lucky for you there is plenty of variety for you to try out! If you’re not familiar with what a subscription box service is, it’s a box that arrives at your door every month filled with samples or full-sized products for you to try. You pay a nominal fee for a box full of items that change monthly so variety is never an issue. Subscription box services are not just a great idea, but they can be a fun and affordable way for your family to try new stuff. If you’re as intrigued by this idea as we are check out the fun family friendly subscription boxes we’ve found:

Orange Glad

Got a sweet tooth? Then you’re going to love Orange Glad. Every month Orange Glad sends you a box filled with delicious treats from amazing bakeries across the nation. If you’re worried about the freshness of your goods don’t fret. Each box is sent in a timely manner and all products are packaged in a way to maintain freshness. To give you an idea of what is in each box September’s items included: an Oreo cake pop, a lemon cookie, chocolate-dipped macadamia cookies, and much more!

The Homegrown Collective 

The Homegrown Collective is all about the local, sustainable, and eco-conscious lifestyle. Each box contains seasonal items that promote self-sufficiency and environmental sustainability. For a better idea of the contents of a “Greenbox” the contents of July’s box included: organic virgin coconut oil, locally harvested beeswax, 100% natura shea butter, organic cane sugar, and much more!

Conscious Box

Want to discover the best and healthiest eco-friendly products without paying full price? If so you’ll definitely want to check out the Conscious Box subscription program. Each month the Conscious Box will send you products ranging from bath and beauty, food, health,  home and garden, to conscious living! Previous brands that have been in the Conscious Box include 7th Heaven Naturals, Berryplus, Bumble Bar, and many more.

Nature Box

If you’ve got a family of constant snackers you’ll love the Nature Box. Each month this subscription program sends you 5 full-sized packages of snacks that not only taste great, but they’re healthy too! These snacks have no high fructose corn syrup, no trans fats, no artificial sweeteners, no artificial flavors, and no artificial colors. Previous products have included cherry ganache granola, salsa spiced nuts, and even guacamole bites!

Bestowed

When you sign up with Bestowed each month you’ll receive 5 or more full-sized healthy snacks and beverages that the entire family will love. Each item in your Bestowed Box was selected by a nutritionist so as to guarantee maximum health benefits. In addition to your food and drinks, each box will have expert tips, recipes, and advice on how to stay healthy! Previous brands included in Bestowed Boxes include Happy Family, Funky Monkey, Nature Made, and even Pacific Naturals!

When signing up for a subscription box it is important to keep in mind that price does vary for each service. If you love the items in one subscription but are unwilling to fork out a bunch of cash each month you may want to do some research. For a comprehensive listing of popular subscription boxes and subscription prices check out My Subscription Addiction. And, if you’re feeling generous, subscription boxes make a fantastic gift for loved ones!  If you want to give a subscription box as a gift remember that for some programs there is a waiting list, so you may want to sign up sooner rather than later.

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