I recently went home and we started talking about the difference between “diet food” and healthy food – and we were laughing about the time my mom bought these “healthy” cookies. Jammer somethings. They were SO AWFUL. We tried to feed them to the dog and the dog wouldn’t even eat them.
And we had a bulk-sized box. It wasn’t pretty. True story.
It made me very aware that snacks should be good. I’m just saying – if you’re going to splurge on a snack you want to know it’s a good one right? That’s why the Taster’s Box from Goodies Co. is such an intriguing idea – a sampler box of snacks that comes one a month for you to try. Try the one sample, review your thoughts, and even order more of your favorites if you’d like.
The simplicity of the idea is awesome to me. After all, I don’t have access to many of the unique, gourmet brands being featured in the boxes each month. After all, it’s 60 miles to the nearest large city and 2 hours to the large metro from where I live.
Subscribers to the Goodies Co. Taster’s Box receive a monthly box of 5-8 snacks for only $7/month. It’s a great deal and a chance to try new snacks you might not have access to yourself. Use the code JUNEBLOGVIP to skip the waiting line and check it out for yourself. You can see previous month’s boxes a get a great idea of the types of gourmet snacks that you can have exclusive access to.
Even better – As you review your snacks each month, you earn points that you can redeem for freebies and bonus goodies. So cool! And spaces are limited but Untrained Housewife readers can get exclusive access through July 3rd.
- Click this link and use the code JUNEFOODBLOGVIP.
- Enter a password of your choosing to create your account.
- Check out the past boxes, update any payment information, and set up your subscription!
I like snacks as a treat now and then but most of what’s available locally isn’t so fabulous. Can’t wait to try something new!
This is a paid campaign with Walmart Labs and Goodies Company Tastemaker’s Boxes but we really did have to suffer through “desserts” that were so awful the dog wouldn’t eat them as kids. I was scarred for life – don’t do that to your kids. 😉