SnackNation is a new subscription that helps employers provide healthy snacks to the workplace.
I’ve worked in various office environments over the years and I would have absolutely LOVED having a service like this available for employees to enjoy. SnackNation offers a wide variety of snacks — including some that are gluten-free, organic, and yes, vegan. There really is something for everyone.
Four different subscription options are available (starting at $299/month), depending on the size of your company:
- “Incubator” is for companies with 1-19 employees. This includes 140-160 full-size single-serve snacks (14-18 different snack options depending on the month).
- “Start-Up” is for companies with 20-39 employees. This includes 280-320 full-size single-serve snacks (14-18 different snack options depending on the month).
- “Venture” is for companies with 40-74 employees. This includes 420-480 full-size single-serve snacks (14-18 different snack options depending on the month).
- “Enterprise” is for companies with 75+ employees. This includes 560-640 full-size single-serve snacks (14-18 different snack options depending on the month).
A sample box is also available for $19.99, which you can try free (just pay $9.99 shipping). The sample box contains 15-20 snacks and is what I’ll be reviewing.
Let’s see what’s in the SnackNation Sample Box!
Everything was shipped in large green SnackNation box.
A peek inside — snack city! (Er, nation.)
Angie’s Boom Chicka Pop Sweet & Salty Kettle Corn – I LOVE this popcorn! I’ve received it in other subscription boxes and I can’t get enough. Sweet & salty & amazingly good.
Super Human Snacks BBQ Crisps – I’ve never seen these before, but they sound tasty. — BBQ crisps made with whole grains. Bonus: With every purchase they give back to a child in need. Nice!
Barbara’s Original Cheese Puffs – My kids are all about Puffins cereal, but we’ve never tried these cheese snacks. They’re made with non-GMO corn and real blue & cheddar cheese. I’m 99.9% sure they’ll like ’em.
Harvest Snaps Snapea Crisps in Wasabi Ranch – We love Snapea Crisps in this house too! I’ve only bought the original flavored ones, so I’m not sure if these will be too spicy for my girls, but we’ll see. I love that they’re made with real peas.
Back to Nature Mini Chocolate Chunk Cookies – No joke, these are in my top 5 cookie list. They’re insanely good… perfect chocolatey taste and satisfying crunch. Truly one of the best vegan-friendly cookies out there.
Dang Toasted Coconut Chips – I discovered these thanks to subscription boxes and I’m still amazed by how much I like them. They’re toasted coconut chips sweetened with cane sugar and a bit of salt. So good!
Wonderful Sweet Chili Pistachios – All natural pistachios flavored with chili peppers and other spices.
Sahale Snacks Almonds with Cranberries, Honey, & Sea Salt – I’m a big fan of fruit & nut mixes like this. Plain nuts or fruits alone can get old fast. It’s nice to have a blend of both.
Oatmega Chocolate Mint Crisp Bar – This bar is packed with protein — 14 grams in one serving. It also has 7 grams of fiber and is gluten-free.
18 Rabbits Fig, Cranberry & Hazelnut Bar – Another healthy snack bar made with organic fruit and nuts including figs, cranberries, and hazelnuts.
Beanfields Nacho Flavored Bean & Rice Chips – Heck yes! Beanfields are my favorite brand of chips and Nacho is my favorite flavor. You’d never know they’re made with beans and rice. Or that they’re vegan, for that matter. Yum!!
Krave Sweet Chipotle Beef Jerky – All natural, minimally processed beef jerky.
Clif Organic Trail Mix Bar in Dark Chocolate Almond Sea Salt – My usual breakfast consists of a Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Clif bar. Like, every day. That said, I was happy to see another Clif product to try. It’s made with organic ingredients and looks delicious.
Van’s PB&J Blueberry and Peanut Butter Sandwich Bars – I used to have a slight addiction to Van’s frozen waffles, but I’ve never really tried any of their other products. This bar sounds fantastic and I’m looking forward to giving it a try (and starting another Van’s addiction?).
Simply 7 Hummus Chips in Sea Salt – This brand makes a lot of vegan-friendly products, but sadly this isn’t one of them. That said, my girls love chickpeas (and of course chips), so they’re sure to enjoy these.
Jackson’s Honest Sweet Potato Chips – I recently got to try these in another snack box and they were great. They’re kettle cooked in coconut oil and have the perfect crunch.
So many awesome snacks! Like I said earlier, I would have LOVED having a subscription like SnackNation delivered to my workplace. Healthy snacks including vegan-friendly ones? Heck yeah!
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.