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Calendar June 29, 2015 06/29/15 AuthorBy Subscription Box Mom Comments 1 Comment 1

Hey Gluten Free Review + Coupon – June 2015

Disclosure: This box was sent this for review purposes.

Hey Gluten Free Review

Hey Gluten Free Review

Hey Gluten Free is a new subscription box that sends 7-10 gluten-free snacks to your door for $29.95/month.  In addition to being gluten-free, all the snacks are non-gmo, low/no sugar, corn free, and soy free.

The Details:

Cost: $29.95/month, discounts for longer subscriptions.

Coupon: Use the code HGF10OFF to get 10% off your order.

What’s in the box? Each box contains 7-10 gluten-free snacks, that are also non-gmo, low/no sugar, corn free, and soy free.

Shipping; Shipping is free, and they ship to the US.

How do I cancel? You can cancel from your account.


Hey Gluten Free ships in a green box by USPS.


First Look


The information card is a nice glossy sheet with all the items in the box listed, along with why they chose each item.  I do wish the font on the paper was a bit bigger.  There is a slight pattern on the background and the tiny words made it a bit difficult to read.

Navotas Naturals Cacao Lip Balm

Navotas Naturals Cacao Lip Balm $3.99  This all natural lip balm is made from oils from the cacao plant and is rich in antioxidants.  This smells just like chocolate!

Sevierly Good Gluten Free Muffin Mix

Sevierly Good Gluten Free Muffin Mix $10.69 I was pleased to see a product I can use for breakfast.  This mix is just a base and you can add any fruits/flavors to it as you wish.

Simple Squares Rosemary Bar

Simple Squares Rosemary Bar $2.10: This bar contains only 5 ingredients and is perfect for a snack before or after working out.  This contains organic coconut, and since I am not a fan, this will go to my dad.


Bearded Brothers Outrageous Orange Kale Energy Bar $3.29 The bar is organic and is made with figs, dates, kale, beets, and cold pressed orange extract.  This bar is really soft, chewy and has a mix of veggie and fruit flavors.  I didn’t love it but my husband enjoyed it.


Coconut Organics Cocobacon $3.15 Coconut is paired with the taste of bacon in this treat.  The bacon flavor is added, but it doesn’t come from an actual pig.  I have had this before, and because I don’t like coconut, this wasn’t for me.


Namaste Foods Hearty Vegetable Soup $3.29 Since Hey Gluten Free provided something for breakfast, it makes sense they would include something for lunch.  This soup is made with 7 vegetables and brown rice noodles.  This looks really good and I am going to try it for lunch tomorrow.


Smooch $1.79 This pouch contains a puree of mango, pineapple, and banana.  This contains 100% natural fruit along with acerola cherr and chia seeds, which makes for a nutritious energizing treat.

Kahns Kitchen: Crunchy Granola

Kahns Kitchen: Crunchy Granola $1.50: This granola is  “free from” most everything.  This is a high protein snack that you can add to yogurt or my preference, right out of the bag.  This had a nice cinnamon chewy flavor.
020Final Thought: This box had a total value of $29.80.  This box was filled with a great selection of snacks, two products for meals and even a beauty product.  Gluten free foods are often more expensive and Hey Gluten Free also makes sure they are free from soy, corn, gmos and too much sugar.  If you are on a gluten-free diet or just looking to ear healthier, check out Hey Gluten Free and use the code HGF10OFF to get 10% off your order.

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1 Comment(s)

  1. Christina S, August 9, 2015:

    I am allergic to wheat corn soy peanuts walnuts and oranges so I so fearful to find a subscription box that I can actually enjoy most of