July 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!
Everything was shipped in a small blue box with the Graze logo on top.
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.)
Fantastic Forest Fruits (x 2)
I received a couple duplicate snacks this month, but I’m guessing that’s just due to the fact that I have a more limited selection as a vegan. That, or they doubled up on accident. Either way, it’s not the end of the world. Anywhooo… Fantastic Forest Fruits is an all-fruit mix consisting of blueberries, lingonberries, chewy apple pieces, and cherry flavored raisins. Each serving has just 80 calories. 🙂
Summer Berry Flapjack
Flapjacks are a must-try Graze snack. They’re a bit like a granola bar, only with a more homemade taste/feel to ’em. They’re available in a variety of different flavors and I haven’t tried one I didn’t love. Summer Berry is made with rustic rolled oats and studded with berry-infused dried cranberries. Yum!
Another Graze favorite of mine, Snickerdoodle Dip consists of crunchy cinnamon pretzel sticks with their own lil’ tub of snickerdoodle dip! An indulgent treat with just 150 calories per pack. SO good!
Garden of England (x 2)
The second duplicate snack I received was another “all fruit” mix consisting of mini strawberries, soft apple pieces, and blackcurrants. I’ve gotten this snack quite a few times and am always happy to see it because I LOVE the dried mini strawberries. Mmm.
Natural Energy Nuts
An all natural nut mix made up of almonds (blanched and unblanched), walnuts, and roasted hazelnuts. Each serving has 4 grams of fiber and 7 grams of protein. It’s also a good source of both copper and manganese.
Pumpkin Spice Flapjack
Another flapjack! I cannot wait for autumn, so seeing this pumpkin spice version made me all sortsa happy. 🙂 It’s never too early for pumpkin spice!
Yet another tasty collection 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.
July 2018 Graze Review
I was a little surprised to see a couple duplicate snacks this month, but thankfully they were picks that I enjoy. 🙂