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Send Me Gluten Free Subscription Box [Review & Giveaway] [Ends 11/7]

I am gluten sensitive and I have found that it is very very hard to find good gluten-free products (that taste good anyway). So I was really excited to try Send Me Gluten Free, a monthly subscription box that sends you gluten free snacks (and coupons!) to try.

The Send Me Gluten Free subscription box may be new, but they are not new to the idea of living gluten free! Some of the staff of Send Me Gluten Free as well as many of their families live gluten free and they know all about that lifestyle. Plus since 2007 they've been part of Gluten and Allergen Expos and launched a gluten-free restaurant finder app called Find Me Gluten Free. They recently launched the subscription box service to reach people like you and me that maybe don't think of going to gluten free expos and want the comfort of trying snacks and other goodies from home.

How it works is that Send Me Gluten Free will ship you a snack box filled with 8 to 12 gluten free products (not just snacks!) from full size to sample size and even coupons.

Here's a glimpse of what I received in my subscription box - .



Mediterranean Snacks Sea Salt Lentil Chips
YogaVive Chocolate Apple Chips
I Heart Keenwah Sample Size Chocolate
NoGil Nuts About Berries Sample Size Paleo Bar
A Coupon for One Free GF Product from Conte's Pasta
Nature's Path Dark Chocolate Chip Organic Granola Bar
Kemnitz Family Kitchen Sample Pack of Gluten Free Labels Variety Pack
Sample Size Primal Pit Paste in Lavender
Bonne Maman Sample Size Strawberry Preserves
Country Life Sample Pack CoEnzyme B-Complex Caps
Redd Remedies Pain T4 Sample Pack

You can see how much variety there is in this box! So far of the snacks I received, I really enjoyed the lentil chips and the chocolate sample, paleo bar, and granola bar. I really thought that the Apple Chips were strange (not bad, but very odd!). To be honest, I didn't try the B-Complex and Pain Remedy that was included because I'm not a huge fan of taking vitamins or medicine from unfamiliar brands.  Also the strawberry preserves were so excellent! I have tried this jelly before and I am saving this for a rainy day when I need a pick me up!

In regards to the non-food items, the pit paste was okay! I didn't think it smelled really strongly in my opinion and it definitely did it's job. Probably the only downside is that I'm not a huge huge fan of using my fingers to put on deodorant, so I'd definitely look to see if I can buy a type that I can roll on or something.

Overall, I would definitely sign up for this subscription box. You get so much of a variety within the box. This introduces me to gluten free products I probably wouldn't think to try before. Probably the only noticeable downside to this is the pricing. It's about $30/month for a subscription. That's a bit high for me, to be honest. Although they do have other tiers where you pay $78 for 3 months, $144 for 6 months and $240 for 12 months which is when the savings start to come in.

BUT if you would like to subscribe to Send Me Gluten Free, I can offer you a 20% discount code for your subscription (at any length!). So use the code BLOG20 to get 20% off. Subscribe to Send Me Gluten Free by clicking this link. 

Make sure you also follow Send Me Gluten Free on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram.



Best of all though, I get to giveaway a free subscription box to one of my lucky readers! Simply enter via Rafflecopter below. Also, you will be receiving your first box in December, so make sure to keep that in mind. Giveaway ends 11/7.

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I received a complimentary subscription box in exchange for my honest review.

Comments

  1. YES yes, one of my daughters said that she was experiencing such bowel woes a while back, the docs told her "ibs" or "colitis" and gave her pills.. she talked to more people and decided to try gluten free. And that WORKED. She has never looked back. Gluten free and more fresh everything, and she is no longer having the bowel woes.

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    1. Yay! I'm so glad those problems were resolved for her! It can change things around so much going gluten-free!

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  2. My sister has a gluten sensitivity. She writes for the blog Gluten-free and Grateful. I would love to win for her.

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  3. I have not made the switch yet. but need to! its been quite intimidating. I don't know what to buy or which gluten free foods will taste good

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  4. no, but we have thought about it..

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  5. The products look great. It is hard to make a switch to healthy living but you feel so much better when you do. Thanks for sharing this!

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  6. My husband is allergic to gluten.

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  7. No one has gone gluten free.

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  8. No one has gone gluten free but it is something we are discussing.

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  9. Both my husband and I have gone gluten free.

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  10. awesome giveaway...chris, my 15 yr. old grandkid, has been having problems with rumbling and gasiness and I told him it could be he needs to go gluten free...thanks

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  11. My son has celiac and has gone gluten free.

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  12. My husband went gluten free starting this year

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  13. Have you gone "gluten-free" or has anyone in your family gone "gluten-free"?
    not really,but some of the stuff is good

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  14. I have tied it but my niece is gluten free
    monacart32 at hotmail dot com

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  15. Oh yes! I have gluten sensitivity so I am gluten free. My elderly dad lives with me and I am trying to get him g-free little by little.

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  16. My brother in law just was informed he needs to be gluten free... this would be an awesome little surprise for him!

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  17. Yes, I have a sensitivity to gluten and have done well on a gluten free diet.

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  18. my mom is the one that use gluten free products but i would like to try some

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  19. No one in my family has even tried it

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  20. I have not gone gluten free, and neither has anyone in my family.

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  21. Yes, I have celiac disease and my son is gluten intolerant.

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  22. we haven't yet but have definitely thought about it. I would like to try some products and see if we want to do it.

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  23. No, but I still want to try it.

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  24. My sister is gluten-free, and it's very hard for her to find snacks that are yummy and gluten-free. I think she'd love this assortment.

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  25. Yes...my cousin went gluten free.

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  26. I have been gluten free for about 7 months.

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  27. We have not gone gluten free but I have considered it.

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  28. I was diagnosed Celiac 6 years ago, so I am totally gluten free.

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  29. we haven't, but i'd be interested in the results

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  30. Haven't gone entirely gluten-free but we do enjoy many gluten-free products

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  31. I have not gone gluten free yet I try to buy gluten free when I can

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  32. brittany marie thompsonNovember 1, 2014 at 3:28 PM

    I am totally gluten free.

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  33. Yup! I've been gluten-free for three years now, and I feel so much better! Well, my wallet doesn't feel so good....not when I've got tuition to pay haha! I'm also dairy and egg-free.

    And I have to put this out there: stop hatin' on brown rice pasta, people!

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  34. My sister, I would give this to her for Christmas

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  35. We haven't yet, but considering it.

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  36. Yes I have tried and try to do it as much as I can.

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  37. My best friend has gone gluten free, I am trying to get into it myself.

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  38. Yes, I am gluten-free. I have Chron's. So, I'm on a strict diet. Thank-you for a great #giveaway :-)

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  39. i am thinking of going gluten free

    JOE GERSCH

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  40. No one in my family has gone gluten free yet

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  41. My niece has gone gluten-free.

    skkorman AT bellsouth DOT net

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  42. my mom has celiac disease so she is forced to be gluten free.

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  43. We have not gone gluten-free here. But I have a good friend who has, and I'd love to win this box for her!

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  44. One of my sisters is Gluten Free and I'd love to win this for her for Christmas!

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  45. Yes, someone in my family is gluten free.

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  46. Im not gluten sensitive, however my nephew has celiac. I would love to give this to him

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  47. My brother has gone gluten-free and it has helped him a lot.

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  48. I haven't yet but I have been considering it and would love to try some gluten free products first.

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  49. My doctor put me on a gluten free diet earlier this year and I was amazed at the difference it made. I still slip up now and then, but am really trying to get back to it!

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  50. Yes im trying to wean my ADHD son gluten free all the way removing sugar and red dyed products have helped tremendously with him because we dont medicate him because of all the meds side affects and what it does to their personallities and etc thanks for this chance to try this

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  51. I haven't yet but have been wanting to try.

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  52. my guy's sister is on a gluten free diet. she would love this.

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  53. My daughter has,myself and my husband are working on it ourselves.

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  54. I have not gone "gluten free" yet, but I have found there are many gluten free products I enjoy and I think it would do us good to go gluten free. I would love to get a subscription box to see what gluten free foods my family will enjoy.

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  55. I'm thinking about it. I've found myself taking long naps every time I have gluten products, so I have to put an end to that!

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  56. My daughter has a gluten-sensitivity.

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  57. Both me and my husband have been gluten free for over two years now!

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  58. I have been gluten free for about a year now. Trying to go Paleo, which is significantly harder to stick to!

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  59. I went gluten free since July 4th! And have felt sooo much better since!

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  60. I go gluten free all the time on certain foods like breads.
    Laurie Emerson
    lauraemerson17 at yahoo dot com

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  61. No, but I keep hearing how much better it is for you.

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