Graze Nibblebox Subscription Box Review: October 2014

Graze Subscription Box - October 2014

My hubby is a big eater (see Hungry Man’s Vegan Oatmeal Recipe for his idea of a ‘light’ breakfast…) so I thought trying some of the many snack and food subscription box options was in order. I found a coupon code to get our first (and fifth!) box free with no commitment and that convinced me to give Graze Nibblebox a try. Keep reading for your own coupon code!

Overview:

Graze boxes can be scheduled weekly or biweekly to your home or office, depending on personal preference. Boxes are $6.99/month, including shipping. The package fits in your standard size mailbox so you don’t need to worry about being home to receive the delivery. Each box is a surprise but you have a lot of control over what goes in. Before your first box arrives, log in to your Graze account and you can “trash” any products that you don’t like or that don’t work with your dietary needs (i.e. vegan). Choose “Unsuitable for Vegans” under dietary preferences to trash all snacks containing animal products at once.

October Box Contents:

Our box contained 4 snacks:

  • Fruit and Seed Flapjack
  • Salsa Corn Chips
  • Trail Mix
  • Punchy Protein Nut

Snack Reviews and Coupon Code:

Graze Box Nutrition Info

Graze Box Nutrition Info

  • Fruit and Seed Flapjacks
    • Hubby tried these and found them a little too sweet for his taste. He did appreciate the pumpkin seeds and other goodies mixed in but I agree that 19g of sugar is too much for a 53g/1.9 oz portion.
  • Salsa Corn Chips
    • These little corn chips (with flax!) looked adorable and tasted great. The salsa was a little sweet but had a nice kick to it to balance it out.
  • Trail Mix
    • The ingredients were nice and simple and healthy: peanuts, hazelnuts, raisins, and cranberries. However, a few of the berries tasted gritty, like they were not pitted properly.
  • Punchy Protein Nuts
    • Chili and Lime cashews, pistachio kernels, blanched almonds, and almonds make for a healthy and delicious snack.

Overall, we liked the Salsa Corn Chips and Punchy Protein Nuts but weren’t big fans of the Fruit and Seed Flapjacks or Trail Mix. At this price point, I would consider giving it a few more boxes to see if they learn our preferences better (you get to review each item in your box so you won’t get ones you dislike more than once).  Portion sizes were great for me but a little small for hubby. The snacks are definitely healthier than most vending machine fare so if you are often chained to your desk at work, Graze could be a great fit for you. Each portion is individually packaged and easy to take on the go.

Ready to Try Graze? Use coupon code R4VGPT47B to get your 1st and 5th boxes free!

One thought on “Graze Nibblebox Subscription Box Review: October 2014”

  1. Trish says:

    This looks delicious

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