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Vegancuts Build Up Your Pantry Box Available Now!

 

The Vegancuts Build Up Your Pantry Box is available now!

Store shelves cleaned out? Pantry shelves bare? Feeling snacky stuck at home? Avoid a store trip and have snacks come to you. Check back often as we’ll be offering new versions of this box with new snacks every month!

This box includes FREE priority-mail shipping to the US, so it delivers fast across the country.

The Vegancuts Build Up Your Pantry Box is $34.95 and includes at least 16 of the items below:

  1. Avelina Almonds & Raisins Oatmeal Box 14.01 oz Expires 10/1/2020
  2. Bush’s Best Sea Salt Bean Chips 1.5 oz Expires 7/3/2020
  3. Crazy Go Nuts Oatmeal Cookie Walnuts 1.25 oz Expires 8/9/2020
  4. Dang Foods Peanut Butter Bar 1.4 oz Expires 7/17/2020
  5. Dieffenbach’s Potato Chips Sea Salt Uglies Kettle Chips 1 oz Expires 6/28/2020
  6. Elma Farms Poshi Marinated Artichokes 1.58 oz Expires 9/4/2020
  7. Fix Hot Sauce Two Signature Sriracha To-Go Packets .49 oz Expires 7/20/2020
  8. Foods Alive Nutritional Yeast 1 oz Expires 8/21/2020
  9. Fullgreen Riced Cauliflower with Broccoli 7 oz Expires 8/13/2020
  10. Good! Snacks Birthday Cake Bar 2.12 oz Expires 9/18/2020
  11. IQ Bar Blueberry Bar 1.6 oz Expires 7/3/2020
  12. Kibo Mediterranean Herb Chickpea Chips 1 oz Expires 9/6/2020
  13. Lenny & Larry’s Toasted Coconut Cookies 1.25 oz Expires 7/17/2020
  14. Lydia’s Kind Foods Coconut Curry Sauce 2 oz Expires 7/2/2020
  15. Mary’s Gone Crackers Classic Super Seed Crackers 1.25 oz Expires 5/21/2020
  16. Miracle Tree Blueberry Tea 25 ct. Box Expires 6/20/2020
  17. Nongshim Soon Veggie Noodle Cup 2.64 oz Expires 7/10/2020
  18. Ocean’s Halo Mini Pho Broth 8 fl oz Expires 7/20/2020
  19. Picky Bars Blueberry Boomdizzle Bars 1.63 oz Expires 10/23/2020
  20. Popchips Barbeque Potato Chips 0.8 oz Expires 9/23/2020
  21. R.E.D.D. Bar Cinnamon Roll Bars 2.1 oz Expires 11/7/2020
  22. Shanti Bar Mango Cashew Mini Bar .7 oz Expires 5/17/2020
  23. The Run-A-Ton Group Chocolate Brownie Metaball Energy Bites 1.76 oz Expires 5/16/2020
  24. The Vegetarian Express Parma Zaan Sprinkles 1 oz Expires 9/1/2020
  25. Tsubi Miso Soup 0.37 oz Expires 8/22/2020
  26. World Peas Fiery Hot Peatos 1 oz Expires 7/10/2020

Will you be grabbing a box?

 


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Posted in Subscription Box News, Vegancuts News| Tags: vegan | vegancuts | 14 comments

Comments (14)

  1. I jumped on it because I live in a very rural area in the Midwest. I have to drive 90+minutes to get items like this so I appreciate it.

  2. FYI I Ordered today. It already shipped and will be here Monday.

  3. If you are new and sign up for newsletter, can you use the 20% off on this?

  4. The price is $34.95. Not sure why it’s not listed.

    Do the expiration dates seem awful short? I mean, tea bags that expire in a June? Maybe it’s because these products don’t have preservatives, I’ve never ordered food from them, just the beauty box.

  5. My family usually doesn’t snack, but I’m feeling this box. Bring on all the Vegancuts snacks!

  6. Omfg…yes, let’s get in on the action with this situation. So add 10 more dollars and sell our snack box. Respect totally lost!

    • They’re doubling the # of snack though?

      • Still really gross to capitalize on the pandemic.

      • Ummm

        So businesses and retailers who are putting out new business models to help people during a major time of need unlike we have never seen before are gross?

      • I mean it’s in line with their normal pricing – which is $$, but for those who can afford it (not me lmao) it seems like it would be a help to their customer base.

        If they were price gouging above their normal profit margin it would be super gross, but keeping their prices where they’re normally at and ramping up service to offer delivered goods so folks need to go out less seems to me like good business in gross times

    • I guess you could see it that way. I don’t. I see a company who quickly responded to consumer needs and came up with a plan to help meet them. And free priority shipping. I would love to see more companies follow suit

      • I agree. A lot of people can’t access the food products they want right now and dietary restrictions make that even harder. I didn’t read this as a money grab at all.

      • word. especially for people who are immunocompromised to begin with, and have lifelong dietary restrictions, so we can’t just live off stuff we grab at 7-11. :/ Amazon Fresh is a joke now, since you can’t schedule food delivery sooner than 3 weeks out (I’ve ordered random crackers and snack bars off regular Amazon, just to have something in the house that isn’t rice, and it still takes 5-10 days, even with Prime). It’s hella nervewracking standing in line at the grocery/health food store with a million people who don’t know what 3-6 ft means [and/or are wearing plain paper masks… which makes them superheroes, apparently? sorry – annoying CDC-ignoring obnoxious neighbors digression :P].

  7. I hope more boxes offer essentials ❤Many people can’t go to the stores and a lot of online orders have 2-4 week waiting period. This looks like a good box.

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