Review: GFree Connect Care Packs

I’ve been doing a lot of subscription reviews because I’ve become obsessed with them. We are so lucky to be gluten free at this time – look at all the great stuff we have available!

I was first turned onto GFree Connect when I was really getting into gluten-free on social media (a couple years ago). The first few years I was gluten-free, I did it all on my own and really had no idea what I was doing. But then, when I started investigating everything, I heard about a “care package” that’s great for people new to gluten-free. I think you guys will love this company as much as I do when you read what’s on their website.

“Why we got started – a few years ago, our daughter was diagnosed with Celiac Disease. Living the gluten-free diet / lifestyle, we found what we believe to be a solid, but disjointed information highway that led to a lot of dead-end roads. Sure, there are some great web sites out there – but to us, we couldn’t find anything that offered 1) a reasonably priced program to allow us to try different gluten free sample products as well as 2) centralized couponing to ease the burden of spending our hard earned money on products that may taste awful.”

Information? Awesome. Trying samples? YES. Coupons? You’ve sold me.

Their Care Packages are over $120 in value, but are offered to first-timers for an introductory price of $19.99 plush shipping and handling. Care packs after that cost $29.99.
Here’s what makes GFree Connect a little different:
– 3 Times a Year (not monthly)
– pay as you go, easy opt out if desired
– approx 25 products, plus many coupons in each care pack (you can find out what’s in the care pack here)
– monthly e-newsletter (free) with an original article written by a dietitian with expertise in the gluten-free diet.
I was SO happy to receive my first care package (compliments of GFree Connect – thank you!). I was most surprised at how many AMAZING coupons there were. It’s like I was getting the package for free with the money I was saving with all those coupons.

There were also many pamphlets of celiac and gluten-free organizations and literature about living gluten-free. Seriously, SO helpful – especially to newly diagnosed people.

And the snack samples were awesome! Let me just list off some of the stuff in here: package of Glutino pretzels, Bhuja peanuts, Skinny Pop popcorn, tea, Fruition bars, SoyJoy, Ener G bread, Bobs Red Mill Oat Bran and Quinoa, Crunchmaster chips, and more. Great selection!

You definitely have to visit gfreeconnect.com and sign up for their mailing list. You’ll get free coupons and a monthly newsletter that has a ton of great articles in it.

I think this is a great value – so I’m certainly recommending GFree Connect care packages. If you know someone who is newly diagnosed, this is the perfect gift for them. If you’re interested in subscription services and love coupons – this is a great deal too!

[ratings wheat=”5″]

1 comment

  1. Ashley Bryant December 2, 2012 at 7:01 am Reply

    Thank you so so much for sharing this! I am almost 1 year into being GF and I still feel like I need all the help I can get! I keep having run ins with food that I thought was safe, and I’ve been feeling very frustrated. You’ve made my day darlin! Thank you again! I’m looking forward to my care package!

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