Tuesday, July 16, 2013

July Fancy Box - Food Box

The Fancy Food Box includes 5 or more gourmet artisan food products along with a selection of tasty recipes and pairing suggestions. The Fancy Food box is priced at $39.00 plus $7.95 shipping. This is a little high but if you are into food products they send out some really cool stuff and so far the value has been over the $48 price of the box.

This subscription is available worldwide, shipping prices vary on location.

The good:

Sizes: You get full size food items!

Information: They include a nice card with the product information and picture.     

The not so good:

Skip: There is no option to skip a month, only cancel. 

Price: The price is a little high - unless of course it has great products and a high value

The information and recipe cards.

The Fancy Food Box.

Contents of The Fancy Food Box with approximate retail price listed: 

Early Bird Farmhands choice granola. Value = $9.00

Brad's Raw Foods Classy Coconut Onion Rings. Value = $7.99 - This looked promising but I wasn't a fan of the curry flavor. 

Black + Blum Bento Box. Value = $23.00 - Yay, now I have two!

Prometheus Springs Pomegranate Pepper Elixer. Value = $2.00 - This was really, really bad.

Nonna's Sweet Sauce tomato sauce.  Value = $10.00

Big Picture Farm. Farmstead Goat Milk Caramels.  Value = $10.99 - I'm not a huge fan of goat milk although I like feta. These had too much of a goat milk taste for me. 

The total value of this months box is $62.98. I'm glad they sent the Nonna's sauce. I've been very close to ordering it on Open Sky but hadn't pulled the trigger and ordered it. It says you can add cream to it and make a tomato soup with it. The pomegranate pepper drink sounded interesting but it wasn't very good. I wished the coconut onions rings didn't have curry in them, then for me they would be delicious. I've been trying to clean out my old plastic containers so I'm actually glad I got another one of these. 

Verdict. This box was a good one. I'm glad I got to try some new food stuff. 

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