I received this product for free from Moms Meet. All opinions are my own.
Age 6 has not been the easiest in our house. So much is happening in my child’s brain, and he’s learning so much – and truly becoming his own person. My boy has been fascinated by Pokemon recently, going as far as attending league play on a couple of Saturdays. It’s all he can talk about, and while it can be a bit much, it also keeps him off of devices or asking for screen time. I had remained on the outside of all of the crazy until a couple weeks ago.
In an effort to connect with him on his level, I agreed to let him teach me how to play the game. I’ve played it twice now, somehow winning both games, and I’m still pretty clueless. There haven’t been any meltdowns, so I consider that an even bigger win.
When we play games, snacks are often involved. During our game, I introduced him to Brandless Cheese Duck Crackers. I like these crackers because they are organic and non GMO. My son likes them because they taste good and they look cute.
Brandless is an online grocery service. It costs $36 per year and you get free shipping on your orders over $39. (You can save 33% off the annual fee right now and get the service for $24 for the first year!) They offer various foods, home products, beauty products as well as health and personal care items. Brandless doesn’t charge a brand tax, which is a hidden tax consumers generally pay for a national brand. They are committed to delivering quality products for lower prices. All of their items are $3!
We were sent a few Brandless products to try, in addition tot he Cheese Duck Crackers. I took them along on a road trip and my entire family are new fans of Brandless! The Chocolate Chip Cookie Thins are SO GOOD, and everyone loved them (and I didn’t feel so bad giving my kids two small cookies to keep them happy in the back seat of our car.)
The household products are great too. I really like that the soaps and cleaners have no dyes and are non-toxic.
So Brandless is helping me get back precious time with my kid. He’s a happy snacker, and I’m excited that items are being delivered to my doorstep. It’s a win for all of us.