Price: $10-24.95/month, free shipping
The Deal: Curated snack boxes are sent to your home or office every month.
Bonus: For every box sent, Love with Food donates meals to hungry children in America through various food banks.
Review: Love with Food has two significant differences to Nature Box. First of all, the snacks are single-serving, probably a good option if you're planning on enjoying them all by your lonesome. Second of all, each box is "curated" by various foodies, nutritionists, chefs, etc. You don't get to choose what goes in it, beyond a gluten free option.
The problem with curated boxes like this is that if the theme isn't cohesive or specific, it feels like you've been sent a bunch of random stuff. Unfortunately my box leaned more toward the random side. I was also extremely unimpressed with the "healthy snack" selection. It could just be the box curator for that month, but the taste of the snacks ranged from meh to blech and ptooie. If these are healthy snacks, give me Cheetos or give me death.
Notes: Portions of this post originally appeared in "Unboxing Subscription Boxes" in the April 2015 edition of The Pueblo PULP. The author received this box for review purposes.