War Foodie Review – June 2015 – Military Subscription Box
Disclosure: This box was received for review purposes. I received this box for review.
War Foodie is a subscription box especially for military and expat communities. Unlike traditional subscription services, War Foodie lets you build your box with the number of items you want (There is a min of 2). There is a flat shipping charge of $15.00 and the box ships to APO/FPO/DPO addresses internationally.
To sign up, you fill out a customer profile and select the type of box you want. For example, if you pick coffee, jerky and granola, those are the type of items you will get each month, although the brand and flavors will vary. War Foodie also takes pride in the brands included in the box. War Foodie only includes high quality American coffees & teas, sauces, and snacks.
Cost: One month subscription is $29.00 with shipping (2 products plus $15.00 shipping). You build your box with what products you want, they are $7.00 each.
Shipping: War Foodie ships to all APO/FPO/DPO addresses
Whats in the box? You customize your box to your liking. You choose a min of two items that can be coffee, tea, sauces, and snacks
How do I cancel? You just log into your account to cancel.
War Foodie shipped by Priority Mail and the War Foodie logo was stamped on the side.
Given that War Foodie is a care package, I thought the fancy packaging was a nice touch.
Desert Smoke Pineapple Habanero $8.00 This amazing sauce is a delectable combination of pineapple, HOT habanero chile peppers and Southwestern chiles. It’s a sweet sauce with just a little kick. This has a nice flavor and isn’t too spicy to share with my family. This would add a nice flavor to many different kinds of meats. I can image this sauce would be popular on base.
The West Bean Papua New Guinea Coffee: $16.00 This coffee is grown in Eastern Highlands of Papua New Guinea. My husband enjoyed this coffee and contributed his tasting notes.
Pacific Beach CinnaYum Peanut Butter: $6.99 This peanut butter has a thicker consistency than regular peanut butter and has a nice cinnamon flavor. This is also gluten-free and high in protein.
Pacific Beach CinnaYum Peanut Butter $7.00 Until subscription boxes, I never ate granola, but I have found some pretty yummy ones lately. This granola is really crunchy and has a nice mix of cinnamon and berries. It really tastes like a crushed up cookie.
Final Thought: This box had a total value of $37.99. This box would cost you $43.00 to ship to a loved one through War Foodie. I was really impressed with this subscription and the value. I have never shipped overseas, but I know shipping even across the country is high. If you want to subscribe or donate a box to a service member, use this link.
You can see my FULL coupon list HERE.
Do you love Giveaways? Click HERE to enter all my Giveaways