Urthbox is a monthly snack box that focuses on products that are natural, organic, and GMO-free. They have 4 different box options to choose from: Classic, Vegan, Gluten-free, and Diet. Whichever box you choose, you’ll receive at least 10 products from a variety of health-conscious companies. Boxes are $25/month and shipping is free. Oh, and they also have a great rewards program that gives you credits to use in their soon to be opened online shop!
I was sent the March vegan Urthbox for review, so let’s see what’s inside!
Harvest Snaps Snapea Crisps (Lightly Salted) – I’ve gotten these in another sub box and I thought they were just “okay”. My girls, on the other hand, LOVED them! They’re the perfect size for their little hands and I feel good about giving them a snack that’s made from real peas. Definitely happy to see these in my box.
Viana Picnicker Veggie Snack Sausage To Go! – I received 2 of these 100% vegan “sausage” sticks. Honestly, I’m a little nervous about trying these, as I’ve never been much of a fan of sausage products. They have 15 grams of protein per serving, so that’s definitely a plus. Oh, and they’re also organic!
Pur Absorb Iron Supplement – Each of these packets contain 28% of your recommended daily amount of iron. You mix it with water or another beverage of choice once a day. It’s supposed to be easily absorbed and gentle on your stomach. Vegans sometimes have trouble getting enough iron in their diets, so this was a smart inclusion for the box. Thankfully, I haven’t had any iron issues — even while pregnant with twins — go me! 😉
Beanfields Bean & Rice Chips in Pico de Gallo – Beanfields! I love these chips! I think I’ve tried every flavor they have now, thanks to sub boxes. Even the flavors I thought I wouldn’t end up liking, I actually enjoyed. They’re vegan, gluten-free, corn-free and full of awesome!
Manitoba Harvest Hemp Hearts – I’ve gotten these in a bunch of sub boxes too and while I’d like to see something new, I’ll definitely use ’em. They’re a great source of omegas and taste great sprinkled on granola.
Salba Chia Boost – I’ve gotten these a zillion times too. Ground chia seed to add to cereal, smoothies, etc.
CalNaturale Svelte Protein Shake in French Vanilla – I haven’t tried this yet, but it sounds pretty good. It’s vegan, gluten-free and organic. It also has 5 grams of fiber and 11 grams of protein!
Eco-Dent Oral Care Products – Included were samples of baking soda tooth powder, dental gum, and an oral rinse. It’s always nice to try new natural dental products… I just wish the samples were larger.
Kelapo Extra Virgin Coconut Oil – Coconut oil is a great alternative to butter and other oils. It can be used for sautéing, baking, and more. I like that it comes in small packets like this to make measuring easy (one packet = one TBSP).
Neo Super Water – This is ultra purified water with added minerals that provides electrolytes and antioxidants. It claims to “detoxify, replenish and return the body to vitality faster than any other bottle of water”.
So that’s the March “Vegan” Urthbox. I wasn’t overly excited about most of the products, mainly because I’ve already received them in so many other boxes. I do like that it had a nice mix of snacks, beverages, and “other” (dental stuff, iron). If they threw in a cookie, or something chocolatey, I’d probably be a lot more satisfied. 😉
Disclosure: I received this box for review purposes. I was not compensated in any way. All opinions are my own. Post contains affiliate links.