Monday, November 25, 2013

Graze box

Just in time for everyone's peak grazing season, I signed up for a snack subscription box called Graze.  Their website allows you to indicate how much you would like to try each snack and they send your highest ranked snacks with a possible seasonal snack.  The first box is free, after which get snacks monthly or biweekly for $6 shipped if you want to continue.  Below is a pic of the serving sizes which are usually somewhere near an ounce, which is normally sufficient to tide me over until dinner at work.

In my first box I got

garden of england - dried apples, strawberries, and black currants
olive and rosemary bruschetta - mini tomato breadsticks, rosemary and garlic cashews and kalamata olive croutons
coco paradise - milk chocolate drops, coconut flakes and cranberries
korean chili rice crackers - spicy chilli rice crackers

The first two of these were excellent and had me curious if they are getting requests to sell their snacks in largers sizes.  I have not tried the second two yet.

If you're thinking about trying this out they make you enter in a code as a new subscriber, here's a code you can use.  Your first & fifth box is shipped free, and you receive a code to share with others as well.

Have you or anyone you know tried this service?


  1. Hi Jean! yay.. I'm finally in :)

    This looks like a really cool concept for healthy snacks. I might look into it after a while. Right now I'm really trying to loose the 20 lbs I put on in the past 6 months :( I'm a stress eater and the move did me in. My snacks are raw almonds, raisins, or yogurt.. for now.

  2. Everything tasted really good, like chef quality, so since it was free it was worth trying. I ended up not continuing when I noticed 3 of the 4 snacks had trans fats though. Since the FDA is banning them I guess they will remove them eventually. The portions are about an oz. as well, so they are similar to airline portions so I figured I could buy bags of dried fruit or nuts and put them in reusable containers instead.