Graze 8 Snack Variety Box Review #3 + Free Box Coupon – March 2018

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Graze March 2018 Sub Box

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

Graze March 2018 Snack Box

Graze offers over 100 different snacks that you can rate online, which, over time, helps tailor your subscription to your particular snacking preferences. Some subscribers spend time choosing preferences, noting which options they want to try, think they would like, or “trash” and prefer not to receive. Each Graze box may look completely different!

Graze March 2018 Snacking Box

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.

My Subscription Addiction paid for this box. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)

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

Graze March 2018 8 Snacks

About Graze

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).

Graze March 2018 Review

Graze March 2018 Facts

Graze March 2018 Smoothie Bowl Recipe

Graze includes this handy pamphlet that lists all of the nutritional values for the month’s snacks. On the flip side is a build-your-own smoothie recipe with ideas for what ingredients to use. Usually, Graze boxes come with a coupon or two for other food and beverage companies, but this box did not. Let’s get on to the snacks! 

Graze March 2018 white chocolate dip Graze March 2018 White Chocolate Dipper

White Chocolate with Blueberry Toasts, 0.88 oz. – Buy a 6-count multipack for $8.99

I got two dippers in this month’s box, how exciting is that? I’m starting off with this very indulgent one featuring a white chocolate dip and little blueberry toasts to dip in it. If I had to pick one type of chocolate to eat for the rest of my life (thank goodness I don’t), it would definitely be dark chocolate, as it offers more complex and rich of a flavor than milk and white chocos. That said, this white chocolate dip is awesome. The toasts are pretty crunchy and I found the blueberry flavor to be faint. I’ve never had this dipper before and I’m excited to have tried it. Super yummy!

Graze March 2018 Snickerdoodle Dip Graze March 2018 Snickerdoodle Dippers

Snickerdoodle Dip with Cinnamon Pretzel Sticks, 1.06 oz. – Buy a 6-count multipack for $8.99

This is another new-to-me dipper. Homemade snickerdoodles are a staple in my family, so the flavor is very nostalgic to me. Beyond calling it “snickerdoodle dip,” Graze doesn’t specify the flavor. I found it to be a little bit peanut buttery, but of course sweeter. The cinnamon pretzels have a hint of decadence without being overly desserty. This is a nice sweet-and-savory-ish type of snack!

Graze March 2018 Sweet Mustard Ranch Graze March 2018 Sweet Mustard Ranch 1

Sweet Mustard Ranch, 0.9 oz. – Buy a 6-count multipack for $8.99

I’m always down for a pretzel-themed snack, and this is a really good one. The pretzels are mixed with sour cream and onion cashews, and mustard-dusted breadsticks. I’d say this one runs the risk of giving you noticeable breath. Even still, the flavors aren’t so overwhelming that I didn’t finish this snack in, like, 5 seconds flat. I’ve never been one to mind fire breath, and my husband hasn’t either, so I guess I lucked out with this one!

Graze March 2018 Pepper Popping Corn Graze March 2018 Pepper Popcorn

Twist of Black Pepper Popping Corn, 0.99 oz. – Buy a 6-count multipack for $8.99

I don’t usually keep microwave popcorn in my pantry, but I always wonder why not anytime I smell someone making it in the office at work. This isn’t the typical super-buttery kind, which I like. The pepper flavoring is light, but it gives this popcorn a little bit of a unique twist.

Graze March 2018 - Original Flapjacks Graze March 2017 - Original Flapjacks 2

Original Fruity Flapjack, 1.9 oz. – Buy a 6-count multipack for $8.99

Graze was my first ever subscription, and I remember these fruity flapjacks arriving in my introductory box. I received them twice since, and each time has been an awesome throwback! They’re filled with dried fruits and seeds and have a faintly sweet flavor that sets them apart from other granola bars. They’re soft and chewy and altogether wonderfully delicious.

Graze March 2018 Booster Seeds

Graze March 2018 Seed Snack

Booster Seeds, 1.31 oz. – Buy a 6-count multipack for $8.99

This is probably the healthiest snack included in my box this time around. This mix of pumpkin, sunflower, and flax seeds is a great source of protein, and they aren’t dusted with any sort of flavoring that might add unwanted calories. Some might not find this snack very exciting, but I like the change of pace. I’m not sure yet if I’ll save these to have on their own at work some afternoon or put them on oatmeal in the morning. Either would be a good option!

Graze March 2018 Cacao Orange

Graze March 2018 Superfood Snack

Cacao and Orange with Dates and Raw Almonds, 1.5 oz (Buy a pack of 6 for $8.99)

I’m not a huge dried fruit fan, but I’ve been getting into dates lately because they’re a good natural sweetener. I found the dried orange strips to be kind of like gummy candies, while the dried dates were just that: dried dates cut into small pieces. They made for a good sweet team that didn’t feel overly decadent, and the almonds balanced out the flavor well, preventing it from being too sugary all-around. The part I was most excited for in this trail mix was the promise of cacao, but as I poked around, I couldn’t find any! I even asked my husband if he detected any cacao in the handful he ate, and he guessed that maybe the almonds were lightly dusted in it? I didn’t sense that, but I took his word for it. I was stumped by this exact question last time I received this snack!

Graze March 2018 Louisiana Wild Rice & Beans

Graze March 2018 Spicy Snack

Louisiana Wild Rice and Beans, 1.06 oz. – Buy a pack of 6 for $8.99

And, lastly, a new Graze offering. The “wild rice” portion of this snack comes by way of sesame-like sticks. The beans are dried broad beans. The combo is spiced up with a little chili flavoring, offering a hint of spice. I will definitely hope to receive this savory snack again! 

Verdict: I love the variety of salty and savory snacks in this month’s Graze box! As someone who doesn’t love dried fruit, I was pleased that I only got one snack with that ingredient present. And, it was a good one! This box included 8 snacks for $13.99, which breaks down to $1.75 each. That value is consistently A-OK with me because of how unique the snacks are!

To Wrap Up:

Can you still get this box if you sign up today? Graze sends snacks based on your flavor profile, so your box will look completely different than mine!

Coupon – Get your first Graze four snack sampler box FREE (only pay $1 shipping) by clicking this link. No coupon required!

Value Breakdown: At $13.99 for this 8-snack box, you are paying $1.75 per snack.

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Do you subscribe to Graze? What were your favorite snacks this month?

Written by Christen Russo

Christen Russo

Christen stepped into the world of subscription boxes by signing up for Graze. After her world was changed (for the better, obviously) by a steady delivery of amazing snacks, she realized she needed to expand her horizons to include deliveries of eco-friendly products, clothes, and beyond.

Posted in Food Subscription Boxes, Graze Reviews, Subscription Box Reviews| Tags: graze | 3 comments


  1. I read several pages of reviews before I signed up for Graze. Many of the reviews were negative, mostly about the subscription and not about the snacks themselves. I love the snacks and have found the website easy to navigate and see no reason people should be having problems adjusting their subscriptions, cancelling, or whatever. The snacks are sent via United Postal Service, so they take a little longer to get delivered than UPS or FedEx, but that is no problem. They also offer many bonuses, discounts, etc. or continuing customers. So far I am very happy with Graze.

  2. The cacao is in the orange pieces. I love chocolate and orange so it’s a very recognizable combo to me!

    • Aha, very keen observation!!! Mystery = solved. Thank you!

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