Andrew Zimmern Designs a Wacky Food-Filled Box for Love with Food

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The monthly delivery helps feed children in need

Jane Bruce

Love with Food is a new service that delivers a little box filled with gourmet food to thousands of doors every month, and every box sold helps feed a child in need. Andrew Zimmern, host of Bizarre Foods, is a fan, and curated what’s inside this month’s box to coincide with the release of his Field Guide to Exceptionally Weird, Wild, and Wonderful Foods.

Eight gourmet products with a wacky, funky style are packed inside Zimmern’s box. There’s Buffalo ranch dip, organic fennel pollen, two varieties of coconut caramels, air-popped sorghum that looks like tiny popcorn, lemon-marinated olives, crackers made from sunflower seeds and toasted grains, and crunchy roasted chickpeas with chile and lime.

Each box costs $10 per month with a subscription ($15 individually), and each has a different theme and contains products from small artisanal producers that you most likely haven’t seen before. If you‘re particularly fond of any particular item, more of it can be purchased through the company’s website. And best of all, Love with Food founder Aihui Ong has partnered with Feeding America and Share our Strength to make sure that every box sold feeds one hungry child; more than 50,000 total meals have been donated so far.

 

 

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