I received my GRAZE snack box and this is what I thought!
I am sure you have seen the new craze on subscriptions just about anything can now be delivered to you home or business. You can join monthly subscriptions for perfumes, food from all over the world such as Try The World, meal boxes prepared by celebrity chefs and I even saw a commercial for a monthly subscription for clothing where they send you clothes for one month and after the month you have to send it back. Well, this post is about a monthly subscription for snacks from a company called GRAZE. Subscription boxes are a great idea, they are convenient for busy people who are on the go. Time is everything now a days and if we can get our favorite products at our door step, I am all for it. Keep them coming.
Being a blogger, sometimes you have to reach out to companies that you have products that you like such as this one and you have to reach out to them so that you can let your readers in on some great ideas. So, I did. I reached out to graze. After a few questions about my blog they were happy to send me a multi-snack box. Disclaimer: I don’t do any reviews on my blog unless I like the product. Please note, that I get no compensation from any of these companies except for the product that I receive for review. I was happy when my graze multi-snack box arrived to my work. I was glad that it was mid-morning when I received as it would be a perfect time for a snack.
When I opened the box, there were 8 snack containers neatly packed with a red vibrant raspberry photo on the inside of the box . Very pretty presentation as you can see.
Each snack container is a perfect portion and its labeled with the calorie count, fiber count, protein count, etc. The ingredients are free of high fructose corn syrup, free of GMO, free of trans-fat (I benefit from this one the most, a little high cholesterol), free of artificial color and finally free of artificial flavors. Their snacks packs are full of vitamins, minerals and nutrients that are bodies need, as they say on their site, no NASTIES. I loved that the box contained a leaflet with instructions on how to dispose of the graze package which is 100% recyclable as well as the snack packs which are reusable.
It took a few days to finish my review as I needed to make sure that I tried all of my snack packs
Being a peanut butter lover, the peanut butter & Jelly snack pack was one of my favorites as the strings of jelly tasted like fruit roll-up and little pieces of vanilla bean squares.
My second favorite snack pack was the White chocolate with blueberry toast. Little pieces of blueberry toast that you dip in the white chocolate made with condense milk. Very good!
My third favorite was the Brooklyn bites snack pack, packed with protein. Pretzels, cashews and pumpkin seeds.
I have to say that the Peachy Orchard snack pack was the least of my favorite as I am not a fruit person. Sorry graze! Go figure, I work in the produce industry. Weird ha? This container had dried peaches, rhubarb pear.
The New York Everything Bagel snack pack came in handy over the weekend when I was in the car and needed a snack. This box had poppy-seed onion sesame sticks.
The Energizing snack pack had some ingredients that I liked but not all were my favorite. Although, because it had a high fiber count would have been the most beneficial for me as I have digestive issues. I was not crazy about the carrots and the apples.
The next two snacks packs were my son’s favorites, the Protein Flapjack which has 8g of protein and the Strawberries and Cream snacks which you can put on top of yogurt or cereal.
Overall, I liked the variety of the graze snack subscription box, you can get your first box for free and then every month you will get the variety of your choice for $11.99 a month.
You can check them out at https://www.graze.com/us/
I hope you enjoy them as much as my family and I did.