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Graze Subscription Review + Free Box Coupon – March 2017

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Graze is a mini-snack subscription box that sends a customized selection of treats weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly.

Graze offers over 100 different snacks that you can rate online, which, over time, helps tailor your subscription to your particular snacking preferences. I spent some time choosing preferences, noting which options I wanted to try, think I would like, or “trash” and prefer not to receive. That being said, your Graze box may look completely different!

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For subscribers with food sensitivities, it’s easy to “trash” snacks that contain gluten, dairy, or any other specific ingredient; however, Graze snacks are produced in a facility with nuts, wheat, milk, and many other foods that might not make this subscription a good fit for anyone with severe food allergies.

Boxes are shipped via USPS and are conveniently designed to fit in most standard mailboxes.

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This review is of the 8-Snack, $13.99 a month, box. 

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The Subscription Box: Graze

The Cost: $13.99 per box for an 8-snack box or $25 per box for a sharing box that contains 5 bags of snacks (about 20 servings). Shipping is included.

COUPON: Get your first box free (only pay $1 shipping) by clicking this link. No coupon required.

The Products: Healthy snacks tailored to your specifications.

Ships to: U.S. (and U.K. via the Graze UK site).

Check out all of our Graze reviews, and visit the Food Subscription Box Directory to learn about other snack subscription boxes!

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Each box comes with a personalized booklet that provides nutritional facts for each of the snacks in your box, along with a few coupons. This month they highlight a few benefits of Graze snacks, that are denoted on the snack packaging.

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Graze’s Popping Corn

The first snack I opened was this microwaveable popcorn. The leaf symbol on the top right corner indicates this snack is a good source of dietary fiber, something I’ve never associated with popcorn before.

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The size of the popcorn is roughly half your typical store brands. Despite the instructions suggesting two minutes of microwave time, I noticed kernels less frequently popped at 1:20 minutes. When I opened the microwave door, the popcorn was smoking! I definitely left it in too long and some of the pieces were burnt.

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Aside from some burned popcorn, I really enjoyed the taste. It’s lightly salted which I prefer but had a nice, light flavor. I will definitely “love” this in my preferences!

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Strawberries and Cream Protein Granola Topper

I really enjoyed this granola mix. It’s mildly sweet and tastes healthy, but not bland. In addition to granola, yogurt-coated strawberry and strawberry pieces are mixed in. The strawberries taste similar to those in Special K Red Berries cereal – a bit tart but really good! This is noted as a “new” snack, with 4 grams of protein and 130 calories.

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Natural Vanilla Seeds

This snack is comprised of vanilla pumpkin and sunflower seeds. The vanilla makes this snack for me! Sure, pumpkin and sunflower seeds are a quick, enjoyable snack, but the subtle vanilla coating takes it up a notch. The only downside is that there are 12 grams of fat in this snack, which is 18% of my daily value.

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Grilled Cheese

After reading Lindsey’s review, I was so excited to see this snack included! There’s a combination of mustard breadsticks, cheddar bruschetta, and smoked cashews. And I’m not kidding, you taste all of these flavors in one bite. So good!

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Energizing Almond Carrot and Apple

This snack is a combination of almonds, carrot and orange chews, and apple pieces. Out of the bunch, this is my least favorite. The orange chews are nice and sweet, but the rest of the ingredients are a bit bland for my liking. 

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Garden of England

Garden of England is a mix of strawberries, apple pieces, and black currants. This snack is only 80 calories and the equivalent to 1/2 cup of fruit. I like the taste too. All three fruits blend nicely together (although the mini strawberries are my favorite!).

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Pizza Margherita

Pizza Margherita is a combination of basil crunchini, cheese cashews, and mini tomato breadsticks. Similar to the grilled cheese, This snack packs a lot of savory punch. The crunchini and cashews are pretty large (around 1″), so it didn’t seem as if this snack was as full and I was able to finish it in a couple handfuls.

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Chocolate Pretzel Dippers

Last but not least are the chocolate pretzels dippers. I received nine pretzel sticks and was able to dip them each with ample chocolate. The combination is good! The pretzels are not overly salty and more similar to breadsticks. The dip is a mix of cocoa and hazelnut and not overly sweet.

Verdict: I really enjoyed this Graze box! For $11.99 shipped, I received 8 different snacks, which breaks down to $1.50 a snack (the majority of containers are under 1oz.). Comparing price/oz. to supermarket organic snacks, this seems a bit higher in my opinion. However, for the most part, Graze provides healthy alternatives to the junk food I crave, so I am willing to pay more for a variety of higher quality snacks delivered to my house each month (or weekly or bi-weekly if I choose).

Do you subscribe to Graze? What are some of your favorite snacks?

Written by Sara McClelland

Sara McClelland

Sara received a gift subscription to Birchbox in 2013 and has been intrigued by (ok, obsessed with) discovery and fashion boxes ever since. Her basset hound, Oliver, is a huge fan of Barkbox, too.

All views in this review are the opinion of the author. My Subscription Addiction will never accept payment in exchange for a review, but will accept a box at no cost to provide honest opinions on the box. This post may contain affiliate/referral links. Read the complete My Subscription Addiction disclosure.

9 Comments

  1. I tried Graze for a few weeks, and while it’s nice to get exposed to different snacks, it was barely worth $11.99 and definitely not worth $13.99. Furthermore, their customer service is seemingly non-existent and only reachable by email. I’m looking in to some other snack boxes instead of this one – maybe ones that actually respond or care about customers.

  2. When did the price go up again? I remember when it was 8.99.. This is getting a bit much now.. Bye Graze..

  3. My sister was visiting me, and rummaging in the cupboard for snacks. She found my latest Graze shipment & tried to take my Garden of England, & I said NO WAY, that’s my favorite!

  4. It costs $13.99 for me. Did I miss out on a previous deal or is there a variance on shipping locations?

    • Hi Amanda – you’re correct! The pricing changed to $13.99 and I didn’t catch it. My review is updated! Thanks!

      • You’re welcome!
        Though, I was hoping there was a way to get it lowered rather than me just coming on board after a price hike. Rats. :p

    • Oh my goodness, I didn’t even notice the price hike! Even tho it’s only two bucks, it does make a difference.

      I’ve been getting the sweet box, which includes dried fruit, for about a year and a half after discovering that those snacks were what I liked most, their “deconstructed” snacks and combos based on desserts. Not that they replace those desserts in any way, but I really like the way they put flavors together. They would be a lot cheaper in a store, but it would take a lot more work to hunt down the ingredients and all.

      I’ve cut my box down to monthly, and get most of what I want in their store. They seem to have a promotion of about 20% off four to six times a year, so I stock up then.

  5. I’ve had a lot of the items in this box, some were really good. I stopped this box because they were very inconsistent with good food. I didn’t care for the flavors of most of the things I got in boxes and even with me including things I don’t eat (like soy) things just weren’t good. This is an ideal box for children’s snacks or dieting and not eating more than 1-2 times a day (with an item from the box being one meal). Not a fan, but it’s worth a try or 2.

    • I haven’t had too many items, yet, but the portion control is a big selling point for me. If I have a bag in front of me (like the ones from Naturebox), I’ll just sit there and eat the whole thing. I probably won’t be ordering very frequently, but it’s nice to just try different things with the one-off boxes. I am a little miffed though, since I had ordered a couple of things through their store and was hoping to get the free 4-pack with a subscription, but apparently the store purchase was enough to already call me a subscriber? Not awful, but kind of annoying.

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