I recently signed up for a program called FoodHappy, based here in Hong Kong. Each week you get a box full of snacks delivered to your door-home or office-how fun is that! Normally these boxes cost $62 HKD each, which includes delivery (that's about $8 USD), but right now, by using both the link below and a couple of codes I will give you, you can get them for $50 ($6.45 USD) per box.
Boxes are mailed on Monday and mine arrived on Tuesday. Here's exactly what was in it, all 9 items packed in a sturdy little cardboard box:
Of course, the box that is pictured on the website has 19 items, but there is a disclaimer that tells you right up front that items may vary by box. I'll say. All in all, though, I was happy with my box and for Hong Kong pricing, I do think it was worth the money, but then again, dark chocolate is a weakness, so a Lindt bar may have skewed my opinion. (Come to think of it, 6 or the 9 items involved chocolate...slick marketing ploy.) The beef stick was delish, and the Acai chocolate blueberry snacks were excellent also. There is nothing that I would put in the "bad" category.
You can choose from four different boxes: Taste Asia, Taste West, Food Happy and Body Happy. The first two are fairly self-explanatory. Body Happy is supposed to be filled with healthy things (I will not be picking this one--no soy patties and rice cakes for my snack needs, thank you) and Food Happy is a mix of all of the boxes. You can change your choice at any time. I chose Taste West for my first box because they claim to give you Western items that are harder to find in Hong Kong. You also get to fill out a check list of items you don't want. I nixed dried fish and protein powder drinks. You can earn points for free boxes by referring others (they get a discount, you get points) AND by rating the snacks. I've heard that if you give good ratings, you may get the item again and bad ratings assure that you won't. For 40 points, you get a free box, which seems pretty easy considering I was able to rate 6 of my items in the first go around.
I signed up for 8 weeks; this will take me through the end of the school year. If you want to give it a try for only $50 a box, use this link and then at checkout put in the following discount codes (it let's you use more than one code): SASSY and FB104. That should bring your final price to fifty-ish. Easy as pie. Enjoy...and let me know if you try it! Thanks!