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Bestowed Box Review


Bestowed Box Review
Disclosure: I received a Bestowed Box for review, the opinions expressed are my own.
Earlier last week the kids and I found a surprise on our front step in the form of a Bestowed Box. I bet you’re thinking, didn’t she just review a box service? Yes, but trust me, the Bestowed box is a completely different system and I really love it!

Bestowed boxes feature an assortment of FULL-sized healthy snacks, beverages, and more – such as magazine subscriptions. Once you decide to take the plunge and join for either $19/month or $209/year you’ll get a box on or near the 15th of the every month. (Right now shipping is free but it is limited to the US only.) Sounds like any other box right? Here’s what sets this one apart.

013The Bestowed box contains detailed info about the products, see the picture. Normally I wouldn’t give this a second glance except that it’s nice to know where you can get the chips you kids end up falling in love with…quinoa and all. The recipes and tips are nice too. Plus, you can read why they were chosen for the box. Note, everything is picked by nutritionist and author Heather Bauer for a reason. I received the October box which was filled with non-GMO items in support of non-GMO month. In the pamphlet Bauer gives info about non-GMOs and includes info on the Non-GMO Project, a great resource I hadn’t known about.

The products themselves really are seriously good, I completely didn’t share the UnReal peanut butter cups with anyone! I know I already mentioned it but I can’t say enough about how great it is to be about to try it out and find it in the store, and if it’s not at a store near you just visit the Bestowed website and you can buy it there. That’s a benefit not every box service can say they offer.


If you’ve been on the fence about joining a box service I would highly recommend Bestowed. Sometimes we all need a reminder to be healthy and having that reminder show up on your front step is one of the best ways to introduce both yourself and your family to good-for-you foods he won’t regret getting hooked on! In addition to their website you can keep up with Bestowed via Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube.

DISCOUNT NOTICE! You can get your first Bestowed box for almost 50% off ($10 instead of $19) if you use the code HELLOTEN103 at checkout.

***This code will be active through 11/20 but if you sign up after 10/31 you'll get the November box not the October one I show above.****

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