SnackSack Subscription Box Review + Coupon – March 2016
SnackSack is a monthly snack subscription box that focuses on natural, better-for-you snacks.
This box was sent to us at no cost for review. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)
The Subscription Box: SnackSack
The Cost: $24.95 per month, with multiple shipments available per month!
COUPON: Use coupon code JOY10 to save 10% off your first box!
Shipping: Free to the U.S. – it looks like they only ship to the U.S. currently, but I would encourage you to reach out and ask them if they can ship to your country, as there’s nothing specific on their website
The Products: A mixture of snacks that are organic or all-natural, non-GMO, vegan, fair trade, or gluten free.
I really am enjoying this subscription. The brands and products they include are new to me, they have great curation and balance between salty and sweet, and I don’t have to worry about eating a ton of empty calories. This is definitely a great ‘better for you’ snack box. I really like that they usually include coupons, and they always have an information card!
There are always quite a few snacks included, so let’s get to the good stuff!
This was really good! It has a great mixture of nuts, seeds, and dried fruit. No chocolate though, which I have to admit is my favorite thing about trail mix!
Triple Threat Popcorn – Annie B – $1.99
This was really good. This is caramel, cheese, and white cheddar flavored, so pretty similar to Chicago style popcorn, which I love.
These are really, really good. They have three ingredients: Dark Chocolate, raw white honey, and peppermint oil. The peppermint oil overcomes the honey flavor, and they really just taste like York Patties!
Kiwa Andean Chips – Kiwa – $1.50
These chips are made from native Andean potatoes, and they’re a gorgeous purple color. The flavor is much like traditional potato chips, they’re just much prettier!
This definitely was not my thing. I’m sure many people love these, but slurping greens through a little pouch is not my idea of a great snack. It definitely tastes like greens – don’t expect a sweet flavor at all!
Lupini Beans – Brami Beans – $4.99
These were definitely not my thing. The texture is weird. The flavor was ok, but I couldn’t get past the texture.
Multi Seed Crackers – Crunchmaster – $0.50
I’ve eaten these before with sunflower seed butter, and they’re very good. I wouldn’t recommend eating them alone, per se, but they make a great vehicle for dip.
These cookies are really good. They are Orange Chocolate Beet flavor, which sounds super weird, but the only flavor I really get from them while eating them is orange.
These are a really fun idea for cookies. The cookie itself is pretty ‘meh,’ though. They would be great as dippers for fondue or sweet dips though!
Cookie Dough Bar – YummySnack – $1.91
This was really good. I enjoyed the flavor, and the texture of this wasn’t that gummy texture, like many protein bars have the tendency to have.
Savory Tomato Bar – Mediterra – $2.00
I was excited to try this, since I’m always looking for a savory bar option. This one is pretty good, but I’m not sure I would buy these to keep around regularly. The texture was a little odd, but the flavor was great. These would do in a pinch if I needed a bar to carry around with me for those hangry emergencies!
This was really good! I’ve had the opportunity lately to try out a few of this company’s products, and I’ve enjoyed all of them so far!
Espresso Bean Bar – Kutoa – $1.99
Unfortunately, I didn’t like this at all. The texture was weird to me, and the coffee flavor was very overwhelming.
Verdict: I always love my SnackSack shipments, and this is no exception! I loved many of the snacks included, and I like spacing them out for treats throughout the month! This SnackSack has a value of about $26.02. This is about the value I’ve come to expect from SnackSack – they meet the cost of the box most of the time! Even though there were several items that I didn’t really like, I still really like being introduced to new snacks and brands!
Have you given SnackSack a try yet?