February 2018 Graze box review time!
If you haven’t heard, Graze is an affordable snack subscription that features over 100 unique snack options that you can filter to best suit your taste/diet. Each box contains 8 (previously 4) different snacks and you can choose to receive a box weekly or once every two weeks.
Disclosure: I received this box for review purposes. I was not compensated in any way. All opinions are my own. Post may contain affiliate and/or referral links.
Graze is totally customizable and suitable for almost any diet. They have a filtering system that lets you “trash” any snack that contains something you don’t like so you’ll never receive it in your box. For example, since I’m vegan, I was able to automatically select all of the snacks that contained cheese, as well as the ones that contained milk and mark them all as “trash”. This ensures that I’ll never receive any snacks that contain cheese or milk. You have the ability to rate all of the snacks before (and after) you try them. So if something looks really good and you hope to see it in your box at some point, you can rate it as “love”. It’s a nice system and seems to work really well, based on the snacks I received.
Subscriptions are $11.99/box for 8 snacks, but you can also try a FREE 4-snack sampler (just pay $1 shipping).
Let’s see what’s in my latest Graze box!
The little brown Graze box.
A peek inside!
The back of the insert card listed all of the snacks in my box, as well as nutritional info and ingredients for each one. (The text is pretty tiny, but much easier to actually read in person.)
Garden of England
An “all fruit” mix consisting of mini strawberries, soft apple pieces, and blackcurrants. I’ve gotten this snack in past boxes and always tend to save the mini strawberries for last because they’re SO good. 🙂
Peach & Rhubarb Pick-Me-Up
I don’t love rhubarb, but I do enjoy the dried pear slices and peach “fruit drops” included in this fiber-filled mix. At just 110 calories, this is a great snack option when you’re craving something sweet but don’t want to over-indulge.
These crunchy cinnamon pretzel sticks come with their own lil’ tub of snickerdoodle dip for your snacking pleasure. I absolutely LOVE these things and always hope to see them included in my Graze box. SO good!
Baobab & Raspberry Clusters
I received this snack in my last box and enjoyed it a lot more than I thought I would. It contains a fiber-filled mix of coconut chips, baobab powder, raspberries, pumpkin seeds, apple pieces, and more. The perfect combination of both sweetness and tartiness.
New York Everything Bagel
I’m honestly not a fan of savory snacks, so I was a little bummed to see this mix pop up again. While I do appreciate the fact that the “cheese cashews” are actually vegan (they use cheese flavor seasoning), I’ll still likely pass them along to someone who enjoys savory/salty snacks.
Vitamin E Defense
A good source of Vitamin E, this contains a mix of hazelnuts, peanuts, cranberries, and raisins. — The perfect guilt-free afternoon snack!
Kettlecorn Kern Pops
Another one of my Graze favorites, these little half-popped corn kernels have the perfect combo of both sweet and salty, along with a satisfying crunch. Ingredients include corn, soybean oil, brown sugar, and salt.
Sweet Rhubarb Jam
This all-fruit snack is a fruity mix of dried rhubarb slices, soft apple pieces, and cranberries. As with the other rhubarb snack above, I’ll just eat around the rhubarb. 😉
Another nice selection of vegan-friendly, pre-portioned snacks from Graze! 😀 — Remember, if you want to give Graze a try you can get a FREE 4-snack sampler (just pay $1 shipping)! No coupon code needed.
February 2018 Graze Box Review
Yet another great assortment of guilt-free, pre-portioned snacks to satisfy my mid-afternoon cravings. 🙂