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Nourish Snacks Subscription Box Review

Nourish Snacks Subscription Box Review July 2014

Nourish Snacks is a new healthy snack subscription box from Today Show Nutrition Expert Joy Bauer. Each week you get a new box of 5 healthy snacks, free from GMOs, preservatives, anything artificial, trans fats, and more. All snacks are vegetarian and under 200 calories each.

Nourish Snacks kindly sent us this box of their staff’s favorite picks to review.

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The Subscription Box: Nourish Snacks

The Cost: $12.50/week

The Products: Each box contains 5 individual pouches of healthy, vegetarian snacks that are under 200 calories each.

Ships to: US

Check out our Food Subscription Box Directory for more food boxes!

Nourish Snacks Subscription Box Review Coconuts

Cinn-Sational (cinnamon-spiced apples & almonds) – 1.4 oz, 170 calories, 5g protein, 4 g fiber

Coconuts for You (toasted coconut chia-oat clusters) – 1.2 oz, 150 calories, 3g fiber

Posh ‘stachios (Mediterranean-spiced pistachios) – 1.9 oz, 160 calories, 6g protein, 3g fiber

My favorite between these three snacks was the Coconuts for You! The oats they use for it are naturally gluten-free, and the coconut made it taste like some kind of cookie to me. I also really liked the Cinn-Sational because I love fruit (I’ve never been a huge fan of pistachios).

Nourish Snacks Subscription Box Review Cherries

King Korn (colossal crunchy corn) – 1.2 oz, 4g protein, 4g fiber

Almond to Cherries (roasted almonds, tart cherries) – 1.4 oz, 5g protein, 3g fiber

Again, the fruit here made me favor Almond to Cherries over the King Korn, and I liked that they included something simple – just almonds and cherries. I appreciated having a classic snack combination in the midst of some other snacks that were something different I’ve never tried before.

The Verdict: I like the convenience of having individually-packaged snacks on hand and that Nourish Snacks encourages me to try new things. There were definitely some things in my box I wasn’t sure I’d like or would never try on my own but ended up enjoying. It’s also great for any kind of calorie or diet tracking with all of the nutritional information listed on each bag.

What snack do you think you’d like best? Have you ever tried a healthy snack subscription box before?

Written by Haley Faye

Haley Faye

Haley Faye first discovered the wonderful world of subscription boxes in 2012 and began writing for MSA in 2014. Over the years, she has found many subscriptions to love. Now a mom of three, her favorite boxes are ones that dress her kids, help her get organized, feed her family, send her snacks, and offer educational fun for her children.

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Comments (4)

  1. I am not clear on how healthy Nourish Snacks are. Nowhere does It state the fruits used are organic, in which case I have to assume they are not. This means they have then been sprayed with pesticides, and are they made with fresh fruits or dried, in which case more sugar has been added? Does anyone know?

  2. Out of the food subscription boxes that you receive, which one is your favorite? I was thinking of getting Love With Food. Does the Taste Trunk: Sweet still make boxes?

  3. I have this subscription and they didn’t take out 50$ up front – they take 12.50$ out my account each week. And you can cancel at any time

    • Renee, thank you so much for that information! We will be sure to update the article, as well.

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