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Graze Subscription Box Review
Take-out is a vice of most people; the convenience of delicious food delivered, ready made, to your door it just too difficult to resist sometimes. At least now you can get cheap delivery meals that are healthy, for those lazy days when you don’t want to fall off the wagon. Also in the world of food delivery, subscription boxes are so hot right now. There are boxes for every person and every lifestyle. One thing all people have in common no matter their gender, lifestyle, age or economical status, we all love to snack! Food is the common ground we bond over as people. Snacking and grazing thoughout the day is not only common but encouraged. It’s a known fact that eating small meals throughout the day, and healthy snack like nuts and fruit, can help you maintain your weight or lose weight.
In fact, well-planned weight-loss diets, such as the Mayo Clinic Diet, allow for healthy snacks to help manage hunger and reduce bingeing at mealtime. The key is to eat healthy snacks that satisfy your hunger and keep the calorie count low. – The Mayo Clinic
A perfect way to get snacking and to keep it healthy is to sign up for a subscription to Graze. Graze is available to the US and UK. Graze can arrive weekly or once every 2 weeks. You will receive 4 snacks in a box, or 8 in a box, depending on the plan you choose. For those who want to share a box but still want a fair serving there is the Sharing Box. There are a few special box plans available: SugarCount where each snack contains less then 5 grams of sugar each, the Sweet Treats box which satrifies those with a sweet tooth, the Savory Box for the savory fans, and the CalorieCount where each individual snack pack is less than 150 calories each.
I received 3 boxes to test Graze’s subscription service. I can say without a doubt that I would recommend this service to everyone I know. Every feature about this service is to be commended. Firstly, you receive your box in your mailbox, so you don’t have to worry about missing the delivery person and not signing for it. Secondly, it comes in an amazing recyclable package.
We’re really proud of our graze box. The cardboard is really strong, so it’s great at looking after your snacks and we use as little material as possible (compare it to a normal cardboard box and you’ll see what we mean). Our thin cardboard comes from sustainable forests and is 100% recyclable.
Please recycle with your other paper and cardboard. – Graze.com
Graze also makes sure it only uses the highest quality ingredients. If you are looking for real food, you can trust in Graze.
We are always on the hunt for the tastiest ingredients – from the Keitt mango we have picked for its vibrant colour and sweet juicy flesh to our Chilean jumbo flame raisins (we tried 29 varieties of raisin before the jumbo flame got the nod).
The hunt for juicier, crunchier, tastier and fresher ingredients is never ending. – Graze.com
At Graze they are constantly adding new foods and snacks into the mix. So if you instantly fall in love, have no fear that you will start to get the same old box (even thought they are all so amazing that you want seconds). They have over a 100 options. You help them pick your snacks by guiding them based on what you like and dislike. I loved every snack I received. My favorite was the “lemon drizzle flapjack” (see picture to the right). It was sweet, soft, filling, and everything you hope for in that 2pm snack.
Some of there newest snack options are:
Each box comes with coupons you can use for yourself and to pass on to your family, friends, colleges or even your boss (you brown noser you). More importantly it includes a full nutritional sheet along with all ingredients. My favorite part is the expiration date! They even included that for us. Super thoughtful and just thinking ahead of the game.
On the packaging there are small symbols giving you additional information about your snack. Some examples are: “Only 80 Calolories”, “P” (good source of protein), ‘star symbol’ which signifies its a nutritionist’s pick. All symbols are can be decoded by visiting the website Graze.com and browsing their snacks. By hoovering your mouse over the symbols a drop down box will occur, showing you in greater detail what the symbol imply.
Now that you have read about how amazing Graze.com Subscription Boxes are, you have a chance to win a 3 box subscription!