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    Love With Food's Mardi Gras Gluten-Free Box

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    I wish there were a company around like Love With Food way back when I got diagnosed. Back then I could not have imagined the convenience of receiving a box in the mail that was chock full of great gluten-free, organic and mostly all-natural snacks from a variety of gluten-free companies. 

    Love With Food's Mardi Gras Gluten-Free BoxMy "Mardi Gras Gluten-Free Box" contained 11 different gluten-free snack items, and I was surprised by its variety. I had everything from a Cup 4 Cup Pancake and Waffle Mix, to Snikkidy Baked Mac N' Cheese Puffs and Key Lime Chocolate Cookies by WOW Baking Company. 



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    On top of this, Love With Food donates a meal to a food bank for every box they sell, and have donated over 400,000 meals so far!

    For more info visit their site: www.LoveWithFood.com.

     

     

     

    Review written by Scott Adams.

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