Scrumpt is San Francisco-based company that offers healthy, super fresh lunches* delivered right to your door. They currently offer 3 different products: Scrumpt Lunch Box, Scrumpt Travel Survival Kit, and Scrumpt Snack Box.
*There are 2 different versions of the Lunch box available. One that includes perishables (fruits, veggies, meats, etc.) and is only available in the San Francisco area, and another “basic” box that includes a menu, grocery list, and non-perishables (crackers, nut butters, etc.). The basic Lunch box is available nationwide.
All Scrumpt boxes are curated and approved by a panel of pediatricians and nutritionists, so you can be sure that your kiddo is getting all the nutrition he needs. Lunch boxes are also customizable. You can let them know some of your child’s likes and dislikes, so you won’t receive a box that you’ll have to bribe your kid to eat. 😉
The Scrumpt Snack Box, as well as the Travel Survival Kit, are both available nationwide. The Snack Box ($18.95) is a monthly subscription that contains 12-15 servings of kid-friendly, pediatrician & nutritionist approved snacks. The Travel Survival Kit ($18.95) is a one-time purchase box that includes snacks, activities, and toiletries to help keep your kiddo entertained (and fed!) while on the road.
Scrumpt recently sent me one of their Travel Kits and I was excited to see what was inside!
The box was sent via Priority Mail and my scissors couldn’t slice through the tape fast enough!
Thanks box, I will!
First look — so colorful! I liked how they tied the snacks together with pretty string. Nice touch. 🙂
The snack bundle! – Included, from left: Stretch Island Fruit Strip, Annie’s Organic Cheddar Bunnies, Barney Butter Almond Butter, Ricebles, Nature’s Bakery Fig Bar, Newman’s Own Raisins, and Nature’s Path Chococonut Granola Bar.
I thought it was a great mix of fruity, nutty, and sweet snacks. I was also really happy to see that all but one of the items were vegan. Woo!
Beverage/sanitary items! – Puree pouch, cute paper straw, two sanitizing hand wipes.
Activity pack! – So many fun little activities to keep your kiddo occupied… Crayons for coloring, vacation bingo, rhyming games, joke cards, foam food & farm animals, and more. There’s even a pen too, so you won’t have to dig around in your bag to give them your own. Woo!
I would have LOVED to have one of these Travel Kits as a kid. It definitely would have made family roadtrips a little more bearable. It would also make a nice
bribe incentive for your kid to be on their best behavior as you prepare to hit the road, knowing there’s a box of goodies in it for ’em. 😉
Scrumpt has kindly offered to give TWO of my readers their very own Travel Survival Kit! Woohoo! Just enter via the Rafflecopter below!
(Don’t forget to check out my other giveaways here!)
Disclosure: I received this product for review purposes. I was not compensated in any way. All opinions are my own. Post may contain affiliate links. Giveaway open to US residents only, 18+. Prize fulfillment to be handled directly by Scrumpt.
i last took my son to meet his family in florida! also wanted to let you know that the puree pouch is not reusable. its part of a puree system by infantino and actually comes in a pack of fifty. i dont know how they expect you to fill it anyway without the system.
Thanks for the head’s up! I just took out the “reusable” part. Weird choice of items to send! Maybe they mean for it to be filled with a liquid for the trip? Who knows. 😉
Hi Wendy, The single-use pouch can be filled with water or juice and have come in handy when we’ve been on the go!
Makes sense. (That’s what I had assumed.) Thanks for the confirmation. 🙂
Wow. I really like this box! How cool you get to give TWO away!
Portland — with both kids, but only because i was about 5 weeks preggo with my littlest guy!
My granddaughter is over 3 and loves the pouches. I would travel to New Jersey to visit my family there.
The Wisconsin Dells – waterpark fun!
Walt Disney World of course! Thank you!
The Grand Canyon would be an amazing family trip!
We are counting down for a roadtrip to Disney World! This little travel box would be a great way to keep the kiddos occupied.
I would take my niece to Rome!
We just had a great time in Palm Springs
France is on my list
this box looks awesome!! such a handy great idea to keep kids occupied during car trips.
I hope to drive to Georgia (from West Virginia) with my son to visit my sister and her family. They haven’t seen him since he was a tiny baby. He’s now 2 & a half. I’m thinking a middle of the night drive would be in order.
Beware! It is near impossible to cancel your subscription from the home page of Scrumpt and then even after you think you have cancelled you will be charged multiple times.