I love snacking. Like love love love snacking. Lately I’ve been in a funk—tired of fruit and nuts, not trying to spend half my income on snack bars, so I was pumped when this opportunity to partner with Graze came.
Graze offers an extensive range of tasty and nutritious snacks delivered directly to your home or office, and fits into standard mailboxes so no signing or anything necessary. You can choose weekly or bi-monthly deliveries. See? Look at this perfectly sized box:
Each box contains four perfectly portioned snacks (1 serving) tailored to your preferences. They have nutrition labels, which makes portion control and tracking a cinch. Here is a sample nutrition label:
I like the zillions of options to choose from. You can have boxes tailored to any kinds of dietary preferences: they have low-calorie boxes, gluten-free, dairy-free, or you can go and “trash” snacks with certain ingredients. I really liked how they put fun/more nutritious twists on old school snacks (bananas foster!)
It’s easy to go onto the website and rate the snacks, opt out of specific snacks or types of snacks, and make special requests. They then handpick a box based on your ratings and snacks you decide to trash and allergies/requests you make.
You can try out your first box free using the code SUMMERBOX31 or by clicking this First Box Free link!
While $6 for 4 snacks seems a little steep at first, it IS cheaper than clean eating snack bars, plus I like the convenience of the little box fitting right into my mailbox and being able to just toss a pre-packaged snack in my lunch bag, and like I said the creativity of the snacks is a huge plus as well as the portion control (no choice to binge eat the delicious bananas foster!). Plus you get about 10 coupons with the first box so it averages out to a little less than $6/box over 6 weeks.
All in all I don’t think I’ll be a year-round weekly subscriber, but I’m going to stick with the bi-monthly deliveries. It’s nice to switch up my snacks and get new ideas, and the price really isn’t bad.
What do you think? Would you do a snack delivery service?