Enter FoodeeBox. Now, a food subscription box is something I can get on board with. Firstly, you get good sized products so you can really enjoy and try what you're sent. Secondly they're gourmet or artisan foods - so it feels like a real treat. Remember when Glossybox sent out Dry Shampoo (a.k.a Batiste-gate) and everyone felt a bit fobbed off? I get the impression that isn't going to happen here.
I was sent a FoodeeBox to try and was really pleasantly surprised with what I received. In my box I received lemon and lime marmalade from the Harrogate Preserves Co, chocolates from the Nut Free Chocolatier, Yorkshire chorizo, Womersley raspberry vinegar and chocolate marshmallows from Bonny Mallows. I had to photograph the box on the day I received it as I wolfed down the chocolate marshmallows straight away, and they were heaven! I've also tried the chocolates and the marmalade and both were equally good.
I think the FoodeeBox would make a perfect Christmas present for the food-lovers in your life, and the boxes are really good value. A year's subscription is £120, making the box £10 a month (never let it be said I'm not a gifted mathematician). Alternatively, a monthly subscription is £15 a month and you can cancel anytime. Subscribers also get foodie gifts, offers and discounts.
One of my favourite aspects of FoodeeBox is their 'Get a box, donate a meal' concept. They work with UK Foodbanks and for every box bought they donate a meal to the Trussell Trust.
Overall I would definitely recommend FoodeeBox and I'm definitely going to consider taking out a subscription (once I've bought myself another packet of those marshmallows!)