myWellBoxie: healthy food packages delivered to your doorFashion & Lifestyle
myWellBoxie is a new monthly subscription service, offering a wellbeing box for health and fitness fanatics. Not only containing delicious, healthy foods, the packages also include recipes and tips developed by French nutritionist Thomas Broutin.
Maintaining a healthy lifestyle can be difficult, especially with unsocial work schedules and hectic routines. myWellBoxie was developed following the acknowledged lack of healthy products available in supermarkets and the general public’s misinterpretation of what being healthy actually means. The brand that recognises many individuals have limited time to browse for suitable foods, have combined health and convenience by producing handy packages that are delivered straight to one’s door, enabling customers to eat well, feel good and live better.
“We wanted to help people discover new products and ways to get healthy and stay healthy, without the hassle of researching about vitamins, proteins and calories,” stated myWellBoxie’s co-founder and director Anne-Line Crochet.
“We strongly believe that staying healthy shouldn’t be complicated, so we made it simple,” added Vincent Teillet, myWellBoxie’s other co-founder and director.
Each box will contain surprise products each month, including six to eight tasty snacks, an accessory (well-being, fitness or beauty-related) and collectable cards with tips, advice and recipes from myWellBoxie’s team of experts – all packaged in a stylish, reusable cloth bag. The boxes may be bought as a one-off gift for a friend, or on a three, six or twelve month basis by subscription.
myWellBoxie is currently seeking financial support, in order to raise funds for production and marketing. Launched on Europe’s first health crowdfunding platform, Wellfundr, last month, the company aims to collect £12,330 in 45 days. In exchange for their financial support, contributors will receive rewards, such as a smartband or personalised health assessment. The ultimate reward – for investing £1,650 – will be to have the original “boxie” named after the provider.
If the crowdfunding campaign goes to plan, myWellBoxie will be available in the UK and France from September 2014.
For further information and to contribute visit here.