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Harlow’s Harvest Reviews

Updated December 30, 2021

Harlow’s Harvest

Harlow’s Harvest is geared for kids ages 4 to 15. Younger students will need to have a parent present while cooking in the kitchen, and older students can show off their culinary skills for their audience!

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  1. Audrey

    Harlow’s Harvest is absolutely a RIP OFF.
    -Do yourself a favor and STAY AWAY. —Not only is the subscription not worth $23.00 a month, this UNETHICAL company continued to CHARGE MY CARD AFTER my subscription was fulfilled. I paid for a 6 month subscription for my daughter, and on month 7 & 8 these THIEVES CHARGED THE CARD THAT I USED 6 MONTHS PRIOR FOR THE 6 Month SUBSCRIPTION – WITHOUT MY AUTHORIZATION. Absolute scum bags, ripping people off during a pandemic!!!! Real classy Harlow!!

  2. Jessica Shovell

    Be very careful about purchasing this. I clicked on a one month subscription turns out I was charged a whole year! It didn’t confirm my purchase with me before submitting I had to log on to my bank account to see what I was actually charged. I emailed, facebooked, Instagram and called. took them days before I heard back and it was a generic answer. They are refusing to refund me. The website says you can’t cancel midway through your subscription. Mine hasn’t even started yet! Completely unprofessional. If you want to be robbed during a pandemic then this is the place!

  3. Mary Jo L DeGrandi

    STAY AWAY. The boxes are totally not worthwhile (printouts, stickers, and a lame /cheap kitchen tool) and the customer service is subpar. I signed up for a one-time gift box and instead they set me up as a subscriber. When I tried to cancel 10 days prior to the next box being sent, I was told that because they had already sent THE LABEL to the distributer, I couldn’t cancel and they refused to refund me. BUYER BEWARE.

  4. Siri Zwemke

    My first concern – the website clearly states in several places that you can cancel at any time, when, in reality, I’m told you can’t once you sign up for a subscription.
    Concern #2 – there is work needing to be done on age appropriateness. We purchased this as a gift for our grandson, age 4. Month one the kit came with a garlic press – well, okay, but seems a bit advanced for a four year old. Month two was a rice paddle. Also a sort of off the wall choice, but again, okay. But the crux of the problem was that of the numerous recipes included with the box, only one used the item that was sent. So one recipe using the garlic press but multiple other recipes that were not related to garlic. Ditto with the rice paddle. Additionally, while a shopping list and science experiments were also tossed in, they were over a four year old’s head. And the science experiments, while a nice idea, had nothing to do with the garlic press or the rice paddle. So it’s a good idea but very disjointed in it’s implementation. I think a lot more work needs to go into matching age appropriate skills with baking and cooking tasks.

  5. Paul Tremblay

    I just ordered and then wanted some answers to a couple of questions I had. I called the number and it does not connect to anything or even have a name of the company on the message. I certainly concerned and hope I’m not over reacting, but if it is not legit I will be canceling my cc to stop the charges.

  6. Debi Ross

    Not worth the money. Want to cancel. Tried calling phone number I found will not even let you leave a message. Someone tell me how to cancel this!!

  7. Carrie Tapia

    We’ve been receiving our kit for 4 months now and my kids jump for joy when the box arrives. The kit does a great job of also bringing in a community aspect as well which I appreciated in the Earth Day box!

  8. Kari Stevens

    A piece of junk for $23 dollars a month. Included printouts, stickers and a couple of half empty bags of spices. Rip off.