Anyone who’s close to me knows I have quite the appetite. I keep snacks by the bed in case I get the late night munchies. I stash snacks in my apron at work.(One time I literally pulled a banana out my apron during a team meeting that was running too long) So knowing my history, you can kind of see why the random Graze ad on my Facebook feed piqued my interest.
Graze is a subscription box for snacks. You sign up on their website and tell them about your likes and dislikes. From there, a snack box with eight very different snacks is personally curated to your taste. I dont usually sign up for anything on a whim, especially a subscription box. I do research, I compare prices and read reviews before committing to something I am spending my hard earned money on. But to be really real, I am a snack queen and I was ok with the choice of winging it. Besides this is my favorite combo, food and mail that isn’t bills!
In my last graze box, I received things I would never have chosen on my own. Snacks like pumpkin spice granola and kettle corn kern pops were foreign to me. To be honest, I was a bit on the fence because the flavors were so far out my comfort zone. But once I tried some, I wished the snacks came in larger snack packs.(ESPECIALLY THOSE DAMN SNICKERDOODLE DIPS)
No review would be complete without a pros and cons. One of my favorite things about these snacks is the clear labeling. Each snack pack is perfectly portioned and made with wholesome ingredients that offer at least one health benefit. There’s also no artificial colors, flavors or preservatives. So snacking and staying in line with health concerns is doable.
My only con is the cost. At 13.99 for a box of 8 snacks, its kinda pricey. You’re basically paying about $1.75 a snack. Mind you, you are getting quality ingredients that arent cheap, but that might not be appealing to the average person. Also, I guess not being able to choose exactly what comes in the box can be a con, but I don’t mind that.
So if you’re an adventurous snacker and have a little wiggle room in your budget, give graze a try. If you use the code GIFT4U, you’ll receive a four pack sampler box for free!
There are a ton of subscription boxes out there. Have you ever tried a foodie subscription box? Whats your favorite? As a self proclaimed snack queen, I’d love to hear of others to keep on my radar. Share down below in the comments!! <3