Save on Organic Groceries with The Green Polka Dot Box (Review)

It is no secret that shopping organic and on a budget can be very difficult. I am constantly looking for ways to cut costs on my family’s grocery bill while still purchasing all the organic products we need. I recently learned of The Green Polka Dot Box, which helps customers purchase organic and non-GMO food at a lower and more affordable price. The Green Polka Dot Box is an online store which provides thousands of high quality, organic and non-GMO brand products at up to 60% off retail prices and ships them straight to your door. They offer everything your typical grocery store would (and much more!) like organic milk and cheese, grass fed organic meats and fresh organic produce! You will also be sure to discover several new products as they continuously make the latest items available in their inventory. They even have an entire section of close-out deals as well as offering specials on certain products each week where you can save up to an additional 25% off. One of my favorite aspects of the GPDB is the convenience. As a mom of two little girls, grocery shopping can often be a chore but being able to shop for all of my family’s favorite products at home and then having them delivered to my doorstep can’t be beat. It actually makes grocery shopping enjoyable!

Becoming a Green Polka Dot Box member costs just $50/year and will pay for itself quickly! Once a member you will receive free shipping on orders over $75, exclusive offers, free product samples, and of course a huge savings off regular retail prices on their large selection of natural and organic products. Not to mention you will save time and money on gasoline!

I recently put the Green Polka Dot Box to the test to see how much I would save. I was able to get all of the products shown below for just $50! That is a huge savings compared to what I would normally spend and I didn’t even have to leave my couch to do it! I also received my shipment within about a week of ordering. Everything was packed nicely and expiration dates were very far off.

Do you want to try out The Green Polka Dot Box? Head over here and join to start saving on your family’s groceries now!

Thank you to The Green Polka Dot Box for providing the products mentioned in this post. Although I received these products free of charge, all opinions expressed are my own. See full PR Disclosure Statement in tab above.

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  1. Jerry Dykstra says

    I thought I would tell you what GPDB did last week. On September 30th the CEO of GPDB, Rod Smith, sent an email to the Founding Trust Membership, stating that the balance of their Reward Points are being converted to the company stocks. Founding Trust Members were those that invested money in GPDB with the agreement that the invested money would be available as Reward Points to use to purchase items at GPDB. Suddenly, overnight, those Reward Points are gone, converted to stock, and are not touchable for a year. As a Founding Trust Member I planned on that initial investment to purchase the health food I wanted for a particular time period. What I was told I could use to buy my food is now not available. I was not asked if I wanted to exchange my points for stock. It was done without my consent.
    After expressing my anger to GPDB, their response was:

    “We understand your disappointment in the changes we are making, but I would like to explain a few things to you. Converting your PolkaDot Points (plus 10%) to shares of stock will enable us to add Living Produce Centers throughout the United States; it will allow us to open up a second distribution center in New York, which will help us get our products to our members faster; we will be able to offer more products at even lower prices. All of these exciting changes are so our members will be able to have organic and non-GMO products that are fresher, delivered faster, and are discounted even further!”

    I understand their desire to expand, but I am strongly opposed to confiscating the immediate availability of my funds. When signing up for this program, it was mutually agreed how it would function. This is nothing more than the shady business practice called “bait and switch”. Lure you in with an appealing offer, and suddenly, over night, change the rules. Very evil, in my opinion.

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