Free Mac and Cheese
Who doesn’t like a good Mac and Cheese that’s made with real cheese and has no artificial flavors? If you love getting great freebies, then this is one you need to go for! So, right now Social Nature has a new product testing opportunity available. You can apply for Goodles Mac and Cheese to test and keep. And, this is a full-size product!
GOODLES packs your mac with the good stuff you want and tons of yum! It’s convenient boxed mac and cheese that tastes like you remember from childhood, but eats like a balanced meal. Every 1 cup serving contains 14g protein, 6g fiber with prebiotics, and 21 nutrients from plants. GOODLES is made with real cheese (sourced from their dairy partner in the Midwest), and contains no GMOs, no artificial colors, and no preservatives.
GOODLES is also the first boxed mac and cheese to win the Clean Label Project Purity award. After rigorous, independent testing of their products for over 400 different contaminants including chemicals, plastics, pesticides and other toxins, Clean Label Project has determined that GOODLES mac and cheese meets their highest standard.
Get a voucher for a FREE box of Mac and Cheese, 5.25-6oz (149-170g)
Sample value Up to $3.49
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How Product Tests Work
Product Tests have a few more steps than easy freebies. For example, with easy freebies you only have to give your shipping info. Conversely, you need to apply for product tests, and they choose select applicants. But, since they’re usually full-size products and more valuable items, it’s worth it!
Sometimes, there will be a short survey. They do this to match you with the products and/or companies looking for people like you. And, with product tests there’s a limited supply of free things. Often, product tests require that you try the item and review it or tell them what you think of it. Similarly, some sellers will offer free with a review products to get more reviews. See our big list of Product Test opportunities and learn more here.