Bestowed 100% GMO Free October Box Preview

A little while ago, I had the opportunity to try a Bestowed Healthy Product Sample Box. I was curious to see what the box would contain and how much my taste buds would appreciate the different samples...there were some hits and definitely some misses!

I was given another chance to try a Bestowed, this time it would be samples of 100% GMO-Free food. I was nervous because I'm not really one to turn down food because it has GMO in it, as a matter of fact, what the heck is GMO? For those of you who are like me and have no idea what the big deal is, read Heather's GMO 101 on the right!

(Assuming you've read the GMO facts, isn't that a bit disturbing? Well, more than just a bit disturbing?) What have I been doing to myself all these years?

This box has actually been a hit in my house. Literally. Everyone liked something. So there were no waste. Here are my thoughts:

UNREAL - Peanut Butter Cups:
They were tolerable. I could definitely taste the difference between this and Reeses Peanut Butter Cups but it was still pretty good. Very creamy.

  • What's NOT in it? Junk! There is no corn syrup, artificial colors or flavors and no hydrogenated oils.


The Good Bean - Chickpea Snack:
I have always loved chickpeas and don't think there is a way to ruin it for me unless olives are included. I enjoyed this. It's really crunchy so it satisfies my need for chewing something crunchy so I can replace my chips for this. Although the Smoky Chili and Lime was good, I'm eager to try the Sweet Cinnamon and Sea Salt flavor .

  • What's NOT in it? Artificial ingredients and gluten.


Way Better Snacks - Black Bean Tortilla Chips:
OMG (continue)

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