MunchPak is a monthly subscription box that features new and popular snacks from around the world.
You can expect to receive goodies from Japan, Germany, Brazil, Israel, Finland, Canada, Australia, Sweden, and more. They also throw a few US-based treats in there as well. Every box is different, so you’ll always be surprised. You can also customize and/or add drinks to your box for an additional charge.
MunchPak has 3 different size options to choose from: MunchPak Mini (5-6 items starting at $9.95), the Original MunchPak (10+ items starting at $19.95 monthly), and the FamilyPak (20+ items starting at $39.95 monthly). They ship worldwide and accept credit cards, Paypal, and even Bitcoin! (You can save $2 on your first box with coupon code “ROSEBUDS“!)
Let’s see what’s in my February 2016 MunchPak!
Last month I was sent a boring plain white box, so I was happy to see the return of the smiling snacks!
A peek inside.
MunchPak doesn’t include a standard info card with their boxes, but they do let you know who was responsible for packing it. This one was packed by Rachel. 🙂
Abba-Zaba’s Wild Strawberry Sour Taffy – A sour, yet sweet taffy in wild strawberry flavor. I assumed this was a foreign candy due to the Spanish written on the package, but turns out it’s made in California.
Covered Bridge Kettle Style Potato Chips in Creamy Dill Pickle Flavor – Canadian-made kettle chips flavored with tangy sour cream and dill pickles. They’re gluten-free and contain zero trans fat.
Glico Pizza Flavored Pretz – We’ve gotten these in a few other snack subscriptions… They’re baked snack sticks from Thailand that are sort of like the savory equivalent of Pocky.
Umaibo Corn Puff Vegetable Salad Flavor – These giant corn puff sticks have been in previous boxes as well, but in different flavors. (I believe I got something like “fried chicken” flavor once.) This one is salad flavor, which sounds… interesting.
Classic Ola Pola Chocolate Covered Wafers – A sweet treat from Poland, Ola Pola are crispy wafer cookies covered in real milk chocolate.
Haribo Phantasia Gummies – German gummy snacks made with real fruit juice and no artificial colors. “Phantasia” contains a mix of both fruit and cola flavored candies. (Head’s up to vegetarians: This does contain beef gelatin.)
Toxic Waste Hazardously Sour Candy – These are basically like the old school Warheads candy everyone in my school used to eat in the 90’s. They’re “hazardously sour” and there’s actually a warning on the package that says consuming more than one piece at a time may cause irritation to your mouth. Ouch!
Kenny’s Juicy Sour Twists in Bitter Berry – More sourness! This candy is made in the US and features sour berry Twizzler-like twists dusted in sugar.
Bakalland BA! Cereal Bar – A prune-flavored cereal bar from Poland. It’s made with real fruit and coated in milk chocolate.
Mieszko Drops Zozole Strawberry – These are strawberry flavored candies with a fizzy filling. It looks like they’re vegan, so I think I might give ’em a try. 🙂
Lotte Koala’s March – My kiddos love these! They’re cute little panda cookies from Thailand that have a chocolate cream filling.
What do the stars mean?
★ = Crummy ★★ = Just Okay ★★★ = Good ★★★★ = Awesome ★★★★★ = Extraordinarily Awesome
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.