Pamper Me Pantry subscription box: ideal for families and children

*Disclosure: I received a Pamper Me Pantry box in support of this review. No money compensation was given and all opinions are my own. Please note, this blog does not provide medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Please consult with your healthcare practitioner.

Recently I received a Pamper Me Pantry box to review. The Pamper Me Pantry box is shipped and put together by The Autism Hope Alliance, which embodies hope for families facing the diagnosis of Autism through education, financial support and volunteerism.

The Autism Hope Alliance is the first non-profit foundation for Autism to emerge from the natural foods industry. Their over 100 partners include such notable brands including Applegate, Enzymedica, ECOS/Earth Friendly Products and Bob's Red Mill.

This box had a ton of products in it! It was also packed very nicely, as you can see in the picture above.

The box was launched this year, and is a quarterly gift box that families can order for a minimum donation of $39.99 to AHA, or $124.99 for a subscription of 4 boxes for one year. Food products included in the box must be gluten and dairy free to qualify.

The very first product I saw in the box was from Vegan Rob's, which I already know and enjoy! I've previously tried their Brussels sprouts puffs. The product included here is their dairy free cheddar puffs, which I'm looking forward to trying.

After unpacking the cheddar puffs, I found some Enjoy Life Foods soft baked mini cookies, in snickerdoodle flavor, which should also be tasty. I'm very familiar with Enjoy Life Foods due to my job (snack food editor), and their products are gluten free and allergy-friendly.

The box also contained some Daiya dairy-free deluxe mac 'n cheese. I've heard about Daiya's dairy-free cheeses but haven't tried them just yet. This looked like it would be great for people who enjoy mac 'n cheese, yet need (or want) to eat dairy-free. The box also contained some banana bread-flavored gourmet oatmeal (see top left in picture), which I gave to my mom, since I'm not a big oatmeal fan.

The rest of the box contained nutrients and supplements for both children and adults, including Barlean's Omega Swirl fish oil (mango peach flavored), and Vibrant Health's Super Kids Vibrance, among other brands.

Overall, this is a great box for families. I don't have kids, so for me, there were some products that weren't entirely applicable—most of the supplements, for example, which I gave to my parents and also donated to a local food bank. However, all of the food included in the box looked tasty, and I try to eat dairy-free so I appreciated that they were all gluten- and dairy-free.

Each box has a minimum value of $125, as well—I believe my box had a $250 value—so for $34.99 per quarterly box, that's a pretty good deal.

If you'd like to try the Pamper Me Pantry box, you can get 10% off your purchase by using code Hope 9 at checkout.

Have you ever subscribed to a box similar to this? If so, what kind of box did you get?

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