Product Review: Graze Snack Box

A few months ago I signed up for a subscription to Graze.com. Graze offers monthly snack boxes made with healthy ingredients. Demand has been so high for Graze that I knew there would be a wait until my subscription kicked in. It took four weeks from when my subscription was accepted to when my first box to arrived, but last week it finally came!

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Graze sends four snacks per box – all hand designed and picked by the nutritionist team at Graze.

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Each snack represents either a a sweet or savory treat in a perfect portion size. They really do focus on healthful alternatives to regular old junk food.

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In my first box I received the tropical daiquiri mix, fruit and seed flapjacks, olive and rosemary bruschetta, and Mississippi BBQ pistachios. I liked the tropical daiquiri mix and fruit and seed flapjacks, did not like the olive and rosemary bruschetta, and loved the Mississippi BBQ pistachios. The great thing about Graze is that on their website you can rate each snack you’ve tried to indicate whether you liked it or not and whether you’d want to receive it again or not.

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Overall I think these snacks are good alternatives to junky snacks from a vending machine or corner store. I probably would never have bought items like these on my own (except for the nuts) so it’s really great to try new things. I’m excited for next month’s box. I think I’ll give it a few tries and see if it’s worth sticking with.

If you are interested in joining Graze, let me know – I have a bunch of friend codes to give out!

(Product reviews are never sponsored; they are just my musings on products I’ve tried and want to share with you.)

Author: Domestocrat

I'm a lady who enjoys photography, football, cooking, long drives with the windows down, This American Life, kettlecorn, hot yoga, pop punk, my nephews, my cat Reggie, and my home: Boston.

8 thoughts

  1. What’s the cost? Why not just go to whole foods and buy these items and then just bring them to work in your own containers?

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