It’s time for this month’s subscription box from the Vegan Kind, only lifestyle this month, as the beauty one is every other month. It got here on Monday and I was very keen on opening it up to see what goodies are inside. The first thing I noticed was vegan fudge and it was something I bought only a couple of days before receiving this box, a very nice coincidence indeed.
Here are the goodies from the box. As you can see there are 8 items, so it’s good value for money. I was familiar with some of the brands, some I bought from before, and some are new.
The Vegan Kind. September lifestyle box:
Cornitos – Nacho Crisps: Spicy Tikka Masala (70g) RRP £1 – corn-based spicy Tikka Masala nacho chips, sound good, hopefully they will not be too hot.
HiP Salty Pretzel Oat Milk Chocolate (70g) RRP £2.95 – Hip is a new sustainable, plant-based chocolate brand. I am very eager to try their chocolate.
Mrs Tilly’s – Sea Salt Vegan Fudge (120g) RRP £2.49 – This is one of three flavours available, the other two being original and Belgian Chocolate. The product is approved by the Vegan Society and all packs carry their logo. It is delicious.
Bepps – Popped Salt & Black Pepper Crisps (20g) RRP £0.8 – These were delicious. They are made from chickpeas and are popped. It is lightly salted & peppery, so a very good alternative to potato crisps.
Buttermilk – Plant-Powered Caramel Nougat Bar (50g) RRP £2 – I saw the bar, but haven’t tried it yet. I had Buttermilk chocolate before and it is good, so I’m looking forward to trying this one too.
Clif Bar – Crunchy Peanut Butter (28g) RRP £0.99 – It is an energy bar made with organic peanut butter and oats. It’s what one can expect from an energy bar.
Rebel Kitchen – Organic Banana Mylkshake (250ml) RRP £1.6 – one of a few available flavours, others being coffee, Mocha, Chocolate, and Chocolate Hazelnut. The banana one is delicious. On top of that Rebel Kitchen is carbon neutral and B corp certified.
Zero Waste Club – Biodegradable Kitchen Sponges (Pack of 2) RRP £3.99 – Pack of two ergonomic, eco-friendly biodegradable reusable kitchen sponges made from wood pulp. These sound really good. They mention that a tree is planted for every pack sold.
Lifestyle boxes are between £8 and £10, depending on the subscription, and £3.95 for P&P. Every month they give a donation to a charity and in September they picked Afghanaid, who are providing support for people affected by the conflict in Afghanistan. I think it is a very good choice, even though they usually pick an animal-related charity. With everything that happened in the last months, it’s good that they decided to donate to this charity this time.