Graze – June Mini-Review

This is a post of pure irony. Delicious irony, but irony nonetheless.

grazebox

Graze
6$ per week/bi-weekly/custom – Free Shipping!

Awhile ago I got an offer for a free Graze box, and if you stick around their facebook page or website long enough you’ll get one too. We got ours during a power outage and it was gone within an hour, so I ordered another for us, and one for each of my Aunts in Georgia. Apparently one of my Aunts was on the same wavelength as I because she also gifted us a box. Both our regular box and the gifted box arrived today. IRONY. So, there’s gonna be 8 snacks in this mini-reviewlet.

Graze is not a new subscription service but it’s certainly one of the better ones for the price point. The way Graze works is you sign up, and go through their list of over 100 snacks, choosing things you think you’d like to try and trashing things you’d want to set on fire. You’ll never get anything on your trash list, and you can customize it even further if you have a nut allergy. You cannot directly choose what you get each shipment, but you can heavily influence it. Graze also tailors their selection to the season, what with chocolate melting and all that.

grazzeopen

grazeberry

Each graze box is tiny, and just large enough to fit four individually portioned trays. Each box also has a fruit print on the inside, which I just love.

grazebbq

Smoky BBQ Corn – Smoked Cashews and Jumbo Corn Kernels

grazetoffee

Toffee Apple – Toffee Sauce with Dried Granny Smith Apples

grazestraw

Strawberry Shortcake – Sponge Drops, Strawberry Drops, pistachios and yogurt strawberries

grazescanda

Scandinavian Forest – Lingonberries, blueberries, cherry raisins, and dried apples

grazeberry2

Summer Berry Flapjack – Flapjack (granola bar) with berry-infused cranberries

grazecash

Cracking Black Pepper Cashews – Black Pepper Cashews, Roasted Cashews, and Redksin Peanuts

grazepop

Twist of Black Pepper Popcorn – Black Pepper Coated Popcorn

grazeflap

Apple and Cinnamon Flapjack Flapjacks (granola bars) with dried apples and cinnamon

The only thing I don’t particularly like about Graze is that they don’t do tracking e-mails. You choose the week you want your next box to arrive and it will always arrive fairly quickly during that week. Payment is automatically drafted from your account around a week before it arrives. Each box also comes with an info card (not pictured) with nutritional information and your links for family and friends to use.

If interested, Graze is a nice sampling service and only costs 6$. If you use my link, you’ll get your first and fifth Graze box absolutely free! It’s definitely worth a shot; we really love their fruit options. Graze also has an option for those trying to limit their caloric intake if that’s your fancy.

Give it a shot, won’t you?

Beeju purchased this subscription, and was gifted a one time box by a relative. This post contains a referral link.

Advertisements

Tell us what you think -

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s