SnackSack Classic Box Review + Coupon – February 2020
SnackSack is a monthly snack subscription box that focuses on natural, better-for-you snacks. No junk food allowed! Each month you receive 12 snacks that are either USDA organic, non-GMO project verified, certified vegan, fair-trade, or gluten-free.
SnackSack delivers good-for-you snacks from great companies making delicious, creative, and healthier snack foods. There are four box options:
- Classic for $23.95 a month + free shipping
- Vegan for $24.95 a month + free shipping
- Gluten-Free for $24.95 a month+ free shipping
- Workplace for $73.85 a month+ free shipping (This option includes 33-45 snacks.)
This is a review of the SnackSack Classic box for $23.95/month.
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 Classic
The Cost: $23.95 a month + free shipping. Save with longer subscriptions.
COUPON: Use code MSA20 to 20% off.
The Products: Each box contains 12 healthy, junk-free snacks.
Ships to: The US for free
SnackSack Classic February 2020 Review
Included in our box was this handy brochure highlighting all of the snacks in the Classic, Vegan and Gluten-Free SnackSack boxes.
First-time subscribers will receive a reusable SnackSack bag that you can keep all of your snacks in!
LesserEvil Oh My Ghee Organic Popcorn, 0.46 oz – Buy a case of five 5 oz bags for $19.99
This popcorn was yummy, in fact, my three-year-old kept exclaiming “mmm” as he ate it (but he is a known popcorn fiend!). It had just the right amount of salt and butter flavor and a good texture. It is made with clean, sustainable ingredients including organic ghee and Himalayan salt. This air-popped popcorn is USDA certified organic, kosher, gluten-free and non-GMO.
Bakery on Main Cranberry Almond Maple Granola, 1.1 oz – Retail Value $1.29
This granola was not incredibly flavorful and the texture was a bit weird. My husband said it reminded him of stale corn pops and while I didn’t mind the flavor so much, I felt like the mix of ingredients was a bit difficult to eat. The flax, sesame, and sunflower seeds were all so small and kind of got lost in the blend of cranberries, almonds, and bean crisps. Normally, my husband would have been happy to eat this over a bowl of yogurt, but the texture of the crisps really turned him off. This is vegan, gluten-free, and non-GMO.
Darrell Lea Real Twists 1.7 oz – Buy 18 packs for $24.99
We are a Twizzler family so I was excited to try a healthier version. These twists are similar to the Pull and Peel Twizzlers in shape, but they are smaller bits and the texture is much denser and chewier. They had a sweet, real strawberry flavor and everyone in the family had no problem polishing these off in record time! These are non-GMO.
Tahoe Trailbar in Caramel Chocolate Chunk, 1.94 oz – Buy a pack of 12 for $29.88
We have sampled a different flavor of this bar before and I think this one tastes just as much like trail mix in a nice bar form as the other one did. This hearty bar has a nice sweet caramel flavor, a good texture, and nice sweet chunks of chocolate and tart raisins throughout. The kids and I liked this one, although it was a bit too sweet for my husband’s tastes. This bar is vegan, gluten-free, and non-GMO.
Partake Foods Chocolate Chip Cookies, 1 oz– Buy three 5.5 oz boxes for $14.99
These cookies were a strange texture to me, kind of dry, but also soft. There was not much chocolate in these either. The flavor was decent and the kids enjoyed them, and since they are free from the top 8 allergens, gluten-free, and vegan, I guess they will suffice for a cookie fix if you have to avoid certain ingredients. Since I am fortunate not to have any allergies though, I wouldn’t seek these out. These are also non-GMO.
Stellar Snacks Petite Pretzels, 0.5 oz – Retail Value $0.25
These little pretzels were so cute and yummy! They had just a touch of salt and we all enjoyed the flavor and texture. They are also made by a family-run, woman-owned and operated business and seem very reasonably priced! These are vegan and non-GMO.
Nature’s Bakery Fig Bar in Strawberry, 2 oz – Buy a box of 6 twin packs for $6.00
We are already a fan of these whole wheat bars, although the strawberry flavor is a new one for us! I personally prefer it to the other flavors they have, but this flavor is not one that I see in stores often! They are just like a Fig Newton but with a firmer texture and the fruit in the middle has just the right amount of sweetness. They are vegan and non-GMO.
Kibo Foods Chickpea Chips in Pico de Gallo, 1 oz – Buy 12 packs for $19.99
This is our second time sampling this brand of chip, but this flavor is much different than the Mediterranean flavor we tried previously. The chips themselves have a great texture and are delicious, but their seasoning is what really hooks me! It is so flavorful and keeps you going back for more. This particular flavor has a good kick to it and while my husband and I liked them, the kids did not! These chips are vegan, gluten-free, and non-GMO.
Popcorners Flourish Veggie Crisps in Harvest Kale, 0.75 oz – Buy a 24-count box of 0.75 oz bags for $26.04
These veggie chips were light and crispy, kind of like a very thin rice cake. The flavor was good, and the Brussels sprouts and kale definitely stood out to me. My son did not want anything to do with these but my daughter quickly claimed the rest of the bag for herself! She really liked these! They are vegan, gluten-free, and non-GMO.
Chinook Seedery Hatch Chile Sunflower Seeds, 0.7 oz – Buy a case of 12 large 4 oz bags for $27.00
My husband loves sunflower seeds and was excited to see these. First of all, the bag is such a great design and then the seeds themselves are nice and large. The flavor was great, too; not too salty and with just a bit of spice to it. My husband has already asked me to buy some more of these for him! These are vegan, gluten-free, and non-GMO.
Awake Caffeinated Chocolate Bites in Caramel, Dark Chocolate, and Peanut Butter, 3 bites – Buy a pack of 50 bites for $29.99
Our chocolate item this month is very cute with its fun owl shape and it provides a nice kick of caffeine equivalent to 1/2 cup of coffee for each of these bites. I love that they sent three different flavors for us to try. You can see the caramel here and it was tasty with a nice ratio of gooey caramel to thick chocolate. It was a bit sweet, but it made for a nice decadent bite! The dark chocolate was pretty good, too. I am saving the peanut butter for when I need a nice pick me up!
The Verdict: My family found a lot of great snacks with this month’s SnackSack delivery! I think everyone had a favorite this month, except for me. While nothing really blew me away in this shipment, I think that overall it was a great mix with only one item (the granola) that we weren’t too crazy about. Everything else disappeared quickly over our family snack-tasting session! It’s a pretty fun way to try some new, healthier alternatives for $23.95 plus free shipping!
To Wrap Up:
Can you still get this box if you sign up today? No, but order by the 15th of the month to receive the March box!
COUPON: Use code MSA20 to 20% off.
Value Breakdown: This box costs $23.95 with free shipping which means that each of the 11 types of items in the box has an average cost of $2.18.
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