Long Island-based subscription box services

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See some of the subscription-based services you can receive each month from local Long Island businesses.

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A look at subscription boxes from Long Island companies on Jan. 24, 2017.

Bagel Boss baker Francisco Telles stacking bagels to
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Bagel Boss baker Francisco Telles stacks bagels to be put into the oven in the kitchen in Hewlett Tuesday, Jan. 3, 2017.

Bagel Boss baker Francisco Telles collecting the bagels
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Bagel Boss baker Francisco Telles collects bagels from the oven in the Hewlett kitchen Tuesday, Jan. 3, 2017.

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Andrew Hazen, a serial entrepreneur who also owns
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Andrew Hazen, a serial entrepreneur who also owns Launch Pad and a series of other businesses on Long Island prepares boxes Tuesday, Jan. 3, 2017, for bagels to be shipped for the New York Bagel of the Month Club, a subscription service in which he partnered with Bagel Boss in Hewlett.

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A subscription box from New York Bagel of the Month Club on Jan. 24, 2017.

Casey Powers from East Hampton who runs the
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Casey Powers from East Hampton, who runs the Ecocentric Mom, sits in her home office with her 5-month-old daughter Zoe and other daughter Elle, 2. on Wednesday, Dec. 28, 2016. Ecocentric Mom is a subscription box for new and expectant mothers interested in eco-friendly, organic and artisan products.

Casey Powers from East Hampton who runs the
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Casey Powers from East Hampton, who runs the Ecocentric Mom, sits in her home office as she tests products on Wednesday, Dec. 28, 2016. Ecocentric Mom is a subscription box for new and expectant mothers interested in eco-friendly, organic and artisan products.

Zoe Powers from East Hampton, 5 months wears
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Zoe Powers from East Hampton, 5 months, wears a sticker from the Ecocentric Mom collection on Wednesday, Dec. 28, 2016. The sticker is part of a branded packed made for the Ecocentric Mom and goes into the mom box. 

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A subscription box from Ecocentric Mom, based in East Hampton, on Jan. 24, 2017.

Steven Judelson, 56, Owner of Amagansett Sea Salt
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Steven Judelson, owner of Amagansett Sea Salt Co., collects sea water on a beach in Amagansett on Jan. 19, 2017, to be used in the production of his company's salt.

Steven Judelson, 56, Owner of Amagansett Sea Salt
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Steven Judelson, owner of Amagansett Sea Salt Co., pours out a tray full of sea salt crystals formed from evaporated sea water onto a fine screen at the company's salt works facility on Jan. 19, 2017.

Amagansett Sea Salt Co. offers their customers a
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Amagansett Sea Salt Co. offers their customers a subscription box which sends them two varieties of the company's flavored sea salt every month in 4 oz. or 8 oz. containers, as seen on Jan. 19, 2017.

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A subscription box from Amagansett Sea Salt  on Jan. 24, 2017.

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Emma Brandt (left) and Cammi Gallagher founders of
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Camissa Matson-Gallagher, left, and Emma Brandt, founders of A Mighty Lass, a girls empowerment products subscription box with products to encourgage young girls to believe in themselves, strive for academic success and maintain a high self-esteem, at Brandt's home in Huntington. 

Emma Brandt, left, and Camissa Matson-Gallagher, founders of
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Emma Brandt, left, and business partner Camissa Matson-Gallagher, founders of A Mighty Box, get help from their daughters Cayla Brandt, 6, and Quinci Gallagher, 9, as they prep boxes for shipment. A Mighty Box is a subscription box containing an assortment of products aiming to encourgage young girls to believe in themselves, strive for academic success and maintain a high self-esteem, at Brandt's home in Huntington.

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A Mighty Box containing an assortment of products set to empower young girls to believe in themselves, strive for academic success and maintain a high self-esteem.

Photo illustration of Subscription box from Cookie Luv
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A look at a subscription box from Cookie Luv on Jan. 24, 2017. Martha Knaupp and her sister, Ruth Ku, cofounded Cookie Luv, a Huntington-based company targeting college students and sending high-end, “artisan” cookies such as Linzer tarts and chocolate hazelnut bites. 

Photo illustration of Subscription box from Presence Jewels
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A Presence Jewels subscription box on Jan. 24, 2017. The company, based in Wantagh, was founded by Rosey Grief and features earring, ring and necklace jewelry sets for women. 

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