It’s been ages since I posted about Graze, mostly because the shipments are always very individual, and you guys won’t necessarily get the same things I do, since there are just too many different snacks to choose from. During the month of December and early January all snacks were being sent in festive Holiday-themed packaging, and you know me, I always appreciate these little touches.
HOW IT WORKS
Graze is a snack food subscription providing over 90 different snack options for you to choose from. For $6.00/box weekly, bi-weekly or monthly [the choice is yours!] they will deliver a box with 4 snacks depending on your food preferences and each one of them is supposed to provide at least one health benefit.
Subscribe using this link to receive your first and fifth boxes free.
I set my deliveries to be a balance between things I like, things I love, and things I want to try, and I noticed that when I do that, I still mostly get likes and loves. This time I received a little bit of everything: My Thai, Chili & Honey Almonds, Beach Bum, and Deconstructed Carrot Cake.
My Thai is probably one of my favorite Graze snacks, it has that authentic Thai flavor that hubs and I both love so much. We spent two months in Thailand, and it’s just one of the chillest places on Earth, so we always associate it with pleasant memories and great food.
Other snacks in the box were really good, too. I tried Deconstructed Carrot Cake for the first time, and I don’t think it tastes much like the real thing, but still very yummy. In fact, it was good enough for me to mark it as one of my “loves”, because I’d like to have it more often.
I already tried Chili & Honey Almonds and Beach Bum, which are both full of flavor and give me a nice burst of calories when I desperately need a snack. Neither of those are among my favorites, but I enjoy them when I get them.
Sometimes Graze introduces one-off boxes, like the Chocolate box they did a few weeks ago. It costs the same as the regular box, but comes with curated treats, and doesn’t auto-renew, so it works sort of like a gift box. Also there is now a new option to buy bigger-sized boxes, because a lot of people expressed interest in receiving larger portions of their favorite snacks. Sharing Box is currently not available for purchase, but everyone can sign up for the waitlist to be notified when a spot becomes available.
I keep recommending Graze to my friends who want to discover snacks that taste good and provide health benefits. They have an ongoing promotion where you can sign up under someone’s friend invitation link to receive your first box for free [no gimmicks, no surcharges]. Actually, the promo gets you first and fifth boxes free, but those of you who simply want to try it once to see if that’s your thing can get one free month and cancel without any obligations. That’s what I initially did anyway, but then decided to subscribe at full price because I liked the snacks and the service.