January 28, 2012
Not only can you have your cake and eat it too, you can feed the less fortunate in the process.
By purchasing a $14 monthly membership, you get an assortment of five gourmet snacks (e.g.artisan chocolate, Asian jerky, truffles, etc.) and Love With Food will donate a meal to No Kid Hungry on your behalf.
To date, Love With Food has already donated over 4,650 meals. To encourage their community to keep the altruism coming, they feature their “Top Givers” on their meals donated page.
For those looking to get ahead of the game in buying their Valentine’s Day gifts, Love With Food is the perfect option for your humanitarian significant other. Additionally, this monthly food subscription service would appeal to the foodie in your life, as the Love With Food blog offers in depth of each vendor.
One drawback of the service is that it requires users to sign up before seeing what their monthly food packages could be. It would be interesting to see how conversion rates would change if the shopper could get a better understanding of exactly what they were buying into before being asked for any personal information. Undoubtedly, there’s still a lot of room for improvement in their sales funneling.
Love With Food is founded by Aihui Ong, one of the directors behind Women 2.0.
Take a look, and let us know what you think.
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