Review: The VeganKind Box 3

The beginning of the month always gets me extra excited because it means that my The VeganKind subscription box isn’t far away! This month’s box arrived a few days ago and I’m very pleased with it as usual.

I won’t go through the whole concept again here as you’re probably familiar with how the box works now. If not, you can read my first TVK post here. This month, 10p from every box went to Tower Hill Animal Sanctuary, and Little Miss Meat Free provided a recipe for Sticky Toffee Pudding, which I personally can’t wait to try. Since this was the third month of my subscription, I also received a TVK ring binder to store my recipe cards in, which I thought was a nice touch!

“But what’s in the box???” I can hear you shouting! Okay, okay, here you go. This month definitely had a food-theme to it, with every item bar one being edible, and I’m certainly not complaining! While I love sampling vegan toiletries and household products, there’s something lovely about opening a box and being surprised by lots of wonderful foodie treats.

First up were a Pulsin Beond Organic Açai Berry Bar (full size) and a Considerit Chocolate Orange Truffle Bar (full size). The berry bar wasn’t really to my taste, but my fiancé loved it. They’re similar to nakd bars, but I’m just not a fan of dates :(. The truffle bar was truly divine. I’ve mentioned the company before and after sampling this, we’re really hoping to buy our wedding favours from them! (Little spoiler there for you haha).

Next up was a bag of Perry Court Farm Air Dried Pear Crisps (full size), which I’ve seen at uni but haven’t ever bought. They make a nice change to regular crisps and I’ll certainly be purchasing them the next time hunger strikes!

I’m always really happy when I find Clearspring products in my TVK box because I love the brand and am completely obsessed with their silken tofu. I haven’t ever tasted Daikon (full size) before, but I’ve been told it’s delicious and it’ll be going in my next stir-fry!

This Premae Skincare Hand & Foot Cream (sample size) is the only non-edible item in the box. I haven’t tested it so far, but it smells really nice (not as artificially perfumed as some other brands out there!) and seems really fitting for the season. Does anyone else struggle with cracked, dry hands in the winter!?

Last but not least, we have Landgarten Organic Dark Chocolate Pumpkin Snack (full size). I absolutely adored these as I love pumpkin seeds and have found the bag extremely handy for snacking on while I’m working on essays or after a workout.

Overall, the contents are worth £11.62, which, if you consider the amount of postage you would pay were you to buy these items separately, is a pretty good deal! I’d also like to say well done to TVK for the amount of full-sized products in this box!

Are you a subscriber to The VeganKind? How are you finding it?

The VeganKind is available for £12.95 (UK) or £20.00 (Europe) per month. You can sign up for a subscription on their website.

 

Disclaimer: I receive a 50% blogger discount on my subscription box. This does not in any way affect the honesty of my reviews. If I’m not happy with a product, I’ll be sure to tell you in no uncertain terms!

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