Monday, September 16, 2013

September 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


Food box from Fancy. 

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

Baby Cakes Waffle Stick Maker. Value = $25.00

(3) Rip Van Wafels. Value = $1.25/ea. - Love these little things. They make your morning or evening coffee just a little extra special. 

Steven Smith No. 1626 Smith Variety Tea. Value = $14.99

Birch Benders Six Grain Cinnamon Pancake Mix. Value = $7.50

Bonnie's Jams Apricot Orange. Value = $9.00

Well Dressed Nut Cinnamon Vanilla Pecans. Value = $6.00 - You just really can't go wrong with sugared pecans. These did not disappoint. 

The total value of this months box is $66.24. I was super excited to see the waffle stick maker in this box. The boyfriend seemed pretty happy about it also. He likes waffles but a big ol' waffle isn't as much fun as a waffle stick. I liked that this box had a theme to it. It's really all about breakfast and I love breakfast. When I was young my mom used to make us breakfast for dinner as a treat and I always thought it was the coolest thing. I tried it with the boyfriend once but he wasn't too into it.  I will use everything in this box - although it might be awhile for the tea since I have a ton of it. 

Verdict. This breakfast Fancy Food box is great!

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