Recently I received a ten dollar Amazon gift card I have been meaning to use, but I usually do not spend the funds on my card until I find something I really want to buy with the twenty-five dollar free super shipper deal. Most people think of Amazon as a place to buy more books, but I am already swimming in books, so something I like to try food products from Amazon that I might not usually buy at the store.
It is convenient because these are delivered to your door, but usually with the twenty-five dollar super shipper program I end up buying a large quantity of a product, but today I found out I can buy smaller packages of food items with the new Amazon add-on program. There are a few things I liked about the program, such as how it gave me the opportunity to mix up my order a little bit, but the downside was I was enticed to buy a couple of items I probably could have lived with out. Amazon is being a stickler about their review process and will not let us point out price comparisons between their website and others, so I decided to compare the items I bought here.
I enjoyed the several varieties of Hills Bros Cappuccino instant coffee mixes that I bought on Amazon, but I noticed these are a bit cheaper at the grocery store. So if it had not be for the gift card, in the future I will probably just by instant coffee at the store. These cappuccino mixes are almost like hot chocolate with coco and sugar higher on the ingredients list that instant coffee, which is something people who do not like sugary coffee might want to keep in mind.
I ordered a couple of packages of the Golden Noodle Organic Stick Noodles, which were very flavorful. However, these were made in Malaysia, which was a bit misleading as these are marked USDA organic in the product description, but this does not mean these are made in the US. I enjoyed the noodles, and price wise these are probably what you would pay for those that are organic.