I’ve been getting Graze snack boxes for quite a while now and I have to admit, it still fun to get these snacks in the mail but some of the novelty has worn off. I really like receiving tasty, healthy snacks and the packaging is perfect for throwing them in my bag for later. Previously, I had been receiving a four pack of snacks every two weeks but I recently changed my subscription to an eight pack of snacks every month. Same amount of items, but a little cheaper. I was a little worried about the snacks lasting all month but so far I’ve been able to make it work, although I admit sometimes I eat two or three in a day and then make myself wait a week before eating any more!
I’ve written before about my Graze boxes and how much I enjoy them (see my other reviews here) and for my latest Graze review I’m talking about three of my latest boxes. What’s better than getting healthy, interesting snacks delivered to your door every couple of weeks? I’ve been really happy with the service and I love how much customization I have with my boxes! I have a lot of control over which snacks I’m sent and how often I receive boxes, and I can change any of that at any time. I love having prepackaged, tasty snacks that I can grab and take with me. They’re so convenient for taking to work, on trips, or even to just throw in your bag in case you get hungry. I’ve received quite a few boxes at this point so I’m really able to narrow down which snacks I want to get. I still get a few duds (I have several snacks rated as try just to see if I like them, a lot of times I don’t) but for the most part I’m happy with my snacks. One of my recent boxes included quite a variety of snacks: Billionaires’ Shortbread, Tropical Daiquiri, Lemon Drizzle Flapjack, and Brooklyn Bites.
I’m not a big fan of subscription boxes. I like surprises but I hate feeling like I should have just spent my money on something I actually wanted. I understand the appeal- you get a surprise box of products that are worth much more than you paid, but are they really worth it if you don’t like anything? That’s why I tend to stick to subscription boxes with customization. I’m a big fan of Julep (read about it here) because I can select what I want to receive but can also skip boxes I’m not interested in. The same goes for my snack box which is why I wanted to post another Graze box review.
I’ve posted a couple of times before about Graze, a snack subscription box I get. I’m really picky when it comes to subscription boxes- I like surprises but at the same time I don’t want to be disappointed and feel like I should have spent my money elsewhere. That’s why I like Graze so much. I get to rate the snacks they offer and even “trash” ones that I don’t want to try (you can also trash snacks that don’t meet your dietary restrictions). It’s perfect for me. Every box is still a surprise but I know I’m not going to get a boxful of snacks I won’t eat. Each box includes four snacks. One of my recent boxes included Oven Roasted Salt & Vinegar Nut Selection, Toffee Apple, Scandinavian Forest, and Olive & Rosemary Bruschetta.
I posted awhile ago about Graze, a new subscription snack box I was trying. Each Graze box can be delivered weekly or biweekly and come with four healthy and tasty snacks. My original post contains more information about the service, but basically for $6.99 you get a box of snacks shipped directly to your door (and they are small enough to fit into mailboxes, so no waiting for the delivery guy). Each Graze box offers a lot of customization so you receive only the snacks you want to try and that work for your diet. Hate certain ingredients or have dietary restrictions? No worries, you can “trash” any snacks you don’t want to get. The website is very easy to use and I love that you can order extra boxes when you want or even postpone your regular deliveries if you need to. My third box contained four snacks: Herby Bread Basket, Twist of Black Pepper Popcorn, Chili and Honey Almonds, and Cookies and Cream.
I recently signed up for a Graze Box. It’s a subscription box that gets delivered either weekly or biweekly and contains four different snacks. I liked the idea of being able to try different snacks, plus having the convenience of it being delivered to my home. At $6.99 a box including shipping (it was $6.49 when I signed up), it’s a little pricey, but I used a referral code to get a better deal and I thought it would be something fun to try. I’ve gotten two boxes already and I’m really happy with the service so far. My favorite part of the service is being able to rate the different snack options. Once you sign up, you are able to look at all of the snack options and rate them in four different ways: trash, try, like, and love. If you “trash” a snack, you will never receive it in your box. If you “try” a snack, it means you’re open to getting it in your box. If you “like” a snack you will receive it more often and if you “love” it, the snack will appear even more frequently in your boxes. You can change your ratings at any time. I’m a picky eater, so I really like being able to somewhat control what comes in my box.