Monday, February 18, 2013

GRAZE BOX My first time

Some of you may have figured out I'm kind of addicted to subscription boxes. I've had my Ipsy bag for a while and I've been looking through a lot of different food ones. I found a few but never anything I felt was worth the money. That is until my friend Susan(who is like my healthy food guru. Love you, Susan!) posted about this thing called a Graze box. I checked it out and well, I ordered immediately when I found out the details.

 The packaging is so nice! It held up really well.

Here's the rundown on what Graze is. It's a weekly subscription box that is sent to your door which four includes unique and healthy snacks. The part the I liked best was you can go through and browse all their different snack options and rate them - trash it(never send me this!), try it, like it, and loved it! There's also the options of a a nibblebox(regular box) and their lightbox(snacks that are all under 150 calories! On top of those options, you can choose to trash any food that you may not eat. There's a vegan, Celiac, and non-dairy list as well. So you get to essentially customize your entire box to your liking.

What could come in your box? Delicious, healthy, natural food like nut and seed mixes, juicy dried fruits, tasty crackers, dips and dippers, and natural treats. Some of their snacks are really unique and things I would not normally try on my own. I'm not a huge fan of nuts, except peanuts and pistachios, but I made a choice to attempt to try anything sent to me! While I'm at work, I'm usually pretty busy and on the move, so I'm always looking for quick snacks and sometimes that results in not-so-healthy options like Goldfish, chips, Cheeze-it's, etc. These are perfect for my grab and go lunch!

Here's the kicker. Graze is only $5 a week and you can cancel at any time. That's less than what I spend on snacks at the grocery store a month. If you needed anything to make you feel all warm and fuzzy on the inside about this company, their box is made from cardboard that comes from sustainable forests, so it's 100% biodegradable & 100% recyclable. Their snack packs are made with recycled material that can be recycled again and the  little booklet with all the vital information about your box is also made with paper from sustainable forests as well as being 100% biodegradable & 100% recyclable.You can't get much better than that. Here's what was in my box this week!


I got th egarden of england - mini strawberries, blackcurrants and apple, herb garden - herb and onion peanuts, baked herb bites and oregano rice cracker, pear tatin - pear, raspberry infused cranberries, yogurt coated sunflower seeds and almond, and hot cross yum - sponge pieces, cinnamon and honey almonds and orange infused raisins.

I can't wait to try all of them. Not one of them sounds bad to me! So do you want to join Graze? I have a few(four I believe) invite codes left! When you join, I get the options of getting a dollar off my next box or donating a dollar to the graze school of framing in Uganda. I will be donating each dollar from the referral program! Leave a comment below if you're interesting in signing up! Your first box will be free!

8 comments:

  1. jjwalker@mikrotec.comFebruary 18, 2013 at 2:40 PM

    I definitely want to give these a try! They look delish and a great way to try new things!

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  2. I would love to try this! Ive been looking everywhere for a code!

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  3. I'd like to try one of these too!

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  4. If you still have an invite left, I would love it!

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  5. Send me an email and I'll email it to you!



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  8. Send me an email and I'll email it to you!

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