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Love With Food Healthy Food Subscription Box

Full Disclosure: I received products free of charge for the purpose of providing a review. My opinions are completely my own based on my experience. This is a sponsored post. 

Lil Man and I are big snackers. Hubby will snack here and there, but Lil Man and I are constantly snacking. I sometimes find it hard to find healthy on-the-go snacks. I'm working hard on cutting out processed food that has ingredients that I can't pronounce. My goal is to stick with products that are 5 ingredients or less, but if that isn't possible, I try to make sure that all of the ingredients are 'real' ingredients and not chemicals.

When I heard about Love With Food, I was
excited to give it a try. Love With Food is a healthy subscription box, and with every box sent, a meal is donated to a food bank. By purchasing a Love With Food subscription box, not only am I enjoying healthy snacks, but I'm also helping others since a meal is being donated to a food bank. I know that every little bit helps.

My Love With Food box did not disappoint. I was thrilled with the contents.

My box contained Moringa Organic Tea, Choco Chews, Annie's Chocolate bunny grahams, Chocolate Banana Mini-Stack Bar, Hemp Hearts, Roasted Chickpeas, Sea Salt BOPS, Almond Butter Cacao Truffle, Nutty Rice Bites with Cranberries, and Herbes de Provence. 

I can pronounce every ingredient in each item. I was thrilled with my box. I loved that I was able to try new products that I've never tried before (or even heard off). So far, my favorite is the Roasted Chickpeas. I never in my life thought I would eat dried chickpeas for a snack, but I am in love. 

In fact, I received this Love With Food box free for an honest review, but I love it so much, and the concept, that I am personally signing up as a subscriber. And until March 31, with this link   you can sign up to receive your first box free - only pay $2 shipping. 

The Love With Food subscription boxes are $10 per month with $2 shipping or you can also buy individual items from their website. Love With Food

Lil Man and I love getting packages, and I know that we will enjoy getting a box of healthy delicious snacks each month. 

Seriously, you should give it a try...  
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