Do you ever read food packaging? Like, really read it? Sometimes it will surprise you. Usually for the shocking amount of calories and sugar it includes. But sometimes labels surprise you in a good way.

That’s what happened to me when I opened this month’s Daily Goodie Box. Last month I explained how Daily Goodie Boxes often contain organic and all natural foods. And this month one product caught my eye not only because it looked delicious, but also because it helps people around the world.

I received a Daily Goodie Box in return for my review. All opinions are authentic and my own.

This month’s favorite free goodie for me was the PB Crave Flavored Peanut Butter.

First of all, chocolate and peanut butter are two of my favorite foods, obvi. And what made me smile even more was the words on the back..

“A portion of the proceeds will save malnourished children through Project Peanut Butter.”

I wanted to find out more about it, so I went to their website. And here’s the explanation of Project Peanut Butter.

Our goal at PB Crave is to help save the lives of millions of children. A minimum of 2% of the profits from every jar of PB Crave peanut butter goes directly to Project Peanut Butter.

Malnutrition is a critical, global problem that impacts millions of vulnerable children each year. It kills more than twice as many children as HIV/AIDS and malaria combined. Yet, there is a cost effective and proven solution that can eradicate severe malnutrition in our lifetime. Project Peanut Butter, a revolutionary therapeutic program founded by Dr. Mark Manary, is the most effective method to treat severely malnourished kids all over the world.

Through the use of ready-to-use therapeutic foods (RUTFs) featuring high-calorie, fortified peanut butter-like pastes, Project Peanut Butter, a non-profit organization, is helping to save the lives of millions of children.

Awesome, right? And I would have never heard of this product or the charity without my Daily Goodie Box. I encourage you to sign up for a box. You never know the amazing things you’ll find inside.

And there are a lot of free goodies in every box. Here’s a look at the other awesome products in this month’s box:

Hannah Max cookie chipswhich were amazing!..

Peachberry Detox Water..

Yarok Feed Your Moisture shampoo..

Essential Oxygen organic brushing rinse..

Better Life natural, all purpose cleaner..

Javazen organic coffee brew bag..

the PB Crave flavored peanut butter I mentioned earlier..

And Balla For Men original formula body spray. Last month’s box came with a Balla product also and my husband has been loving it. So he was happy to get another product. I LOVE the smell.

And of course, there were lots of coupons as the bottom of the box for more of these products.

For another look at the products, here is the unboxing. My kids always get so excited when a new Daily Goodie Box arrives, that I decided to let them to the unboxing this time.

 

And here’s a reminder of how this works.

1- The first step is telling a little about yourself. Once you sign up on the Daily Goodie Box website you’ll need to answer a few simple questions to complete your profile.

2- Then if you’re chosen you wait for your awesome box of freebies to arrive.

3- And after you’ve sampled your goodies, go back on the website to give your honest opinion of the products.

And there are ways to increase your chances of being chosen to get a box. Here’s some advice from The Daily Goodie Box team..

1. Be sure to regularly visit and check out this months products in the members area. We have some fantastic brands featuring in Goodie Boxes every month and the more you support them, the more boxes we can send out.

https://dailygoodiebox.com/members/products

2. We give away Bonus Boxes daily on our social media pages. Be sure to visit and comment daily for a chance to win one!

https://www.facebook.com/DailyGoodieBox/

Good luck!

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