Grounded Good Debut Subscription Box Review + Coupon Code | February 2018

grounded goods review

Grounded Goods is very different from other subscription boxes. They are the ONLY company that offers regeneratively produced goods all in one box that is conveniently delivered to your door. They hand pick each product that goes into your box items like body care, food and snacks, household items, and coffee & Tea all hand-crafted by environment conscious artisans and regenerative farmers. You can also customize your box by choosing vegetarian, omnivore, or vegan at checkout. There is so much to learn about regenerative farming and I’ve learned so much just from this box. We received this box for review purposes and everything inside is regenerative for its own different reasons which I found to be so interesting.


My first look at the Box.

Everything that came in the February Box.

“Sunday Brunch”

$49.95

Kernza Flour Pancake mix. This flour is a newly developed cousin of wheat flour and was developed by The Land Institute of Kansas. This flour made light fluffy delicious pancakes that my family devoured. They all said they tasted different in a good way I explained how this flour was made during breakfast everyone thought it was really neat.

Bongo Honduras Coffee, this is sourced from a farming co-op in Honduras and imported by coop coffees. A green coffee committed to supporting fair trade and small farmer families. I have not yet tried this because I do not have a coffee grinder but it smells amazing and I cant wait to try it!

The Philosopher’s Stoneground Creamy Alchemy almond butter 8oz.

This is made by a mission driven artisanal stoneground nut-butter company in California. Their process of sprouting the almonds before grinding leads to a sweeter more digestible butter which has more nutrients as well. I am not a fan of almond butter but this one I must say tasted better by far than other brands I have tried one of my daughters loves it and eats only this in the morning now, I am a happy momma.

Frog Hollow Farm Peach Preserve. Frog hollow farm is a 143-acre organic farm in Brentwood California committed to building soil health. This is so delicious with pieces of peaches in it I could and have eaten it by itself with a spoon.

Nicole’s Notes:

I love this Subscription Box so very much it’s so much more than just buying goods, It’s feeling good about how your purchase is helping our environment and local farms . I think its cool that you can purchase a one-time box or a monthly subscription. This box is the first of it’s kind and I think everyone reading this review should at least check out their site by clicking the link below and if you decide you want to subscribe you can enter promo code¬†NOTATREE10¬†at checkout for 10% off of your first box.Thanks for reading my review.

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