Graze Snack Subscription Box Review – January 2015
Graze is a weekly (or bi-weekly) mini-snack subscription box. You can let them know if you have any food preferences, and rate the snacks you get, so the box is pretty customized. (I avoid gluten and dairy in my diet, and it’s really easy to set up those preferences and still get surprised with snacks!)
My Subscription Addiction pays for this subscription. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).
The Box: Graze
The Cost: $6.99 a box, delivered weekly or bi-weekly
The Products: Healthy snacks custom to your specifications
Each box come with a fold out card that includes nutritional info, ingredients, and expiration dates for each snack.
Lightly Toasted Pistachios (Whole pistachios toasted with a little salt)
Florentine (Belgian dark chocolate, cranberries, and pumpkin seeds)
My husband loves pistachios, so these were immediately claimed as his snack. (I like that Graze has a few simple nut snacks and mixes without too many added ingredients).
The Florentine mix is one of my all-time favorites. The dark chocolate mixed the the dried cranberries is the perfect amount of sweet for me, and the pumpkin seeds add a nice crunch.
Scandinavian Forest (Lingonberries, blueberries, cherry raisins, and soft apples)
Pro Bean (Edamame, chili broad beans, and redskin peanuts)
This Scandinavian Forest mix is really good, but it can border on being a little too sweet for me, so I like to mix it with a salty or plain snack. It actually worked well with the Pro Bean mix!
Verdict: I think I say this with every review of Graze, but my one issue with it is that I eat all the snack on the first day the box arrives! The snacks are pretty small, so I don’t feel too bad about it though. The cost breaks down to $1.75 a snack, which I’m OK with since they cater to my food needs/preferences.
If you are looking for a snack subscription box that will last a while, this isn’t it – the portions are small, but if you want a few yummy snacks each week (or every other week) I definitely recommend trying Graze.
Do you subscribe to Graze? What do you think of it? Any favorite snacks you recommend?