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

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

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 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 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.

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

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 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 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. 

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

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, 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 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.

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

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 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.

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.

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. 

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.