March SnackSack time! — The (quite loose) theme was “Spring Break”.
If you haven’t heard, SnackSack is a relatively new subscription box that focuses on delivering natural, “junk-free” snacks to your door every month. All of the snacks included will be free of “artificial junk” and offer a mixture of all natural, vegan, organic, non-GMO, gluten-free, and fair trade products. They’ll all be tucked inside a reusable burlap sack, which is shipped in a large box for ultimate snack protection.
Subscriptions are $24.95/month with free shipping. Discounts are also available for multi-month plans. — For a limited time, you can save 10% on your first box with coupon code “ROSE10″!
Let’s see what’s in the March 2016 SnackSack!
As always, the snacks were all shipped in a large box with a green SnackSack logo on top.
A peek inside!
The information card listed everything inside, along with a brief description. There are also little symbols next to each one indicating whether it’s vegan, gluten-free, and/or non-GMO.
Kiwa Native Andean Potatoes Mix Chips – These colorful chips are made using potatoes grown on small plantations over 10,500 feet above sea level in the highlands of Ecuador. Ingredients consist of Native Andean potatoes, non-hydrogenated palm oil, and salt.
Dick & Jane Education Snack Cookies – I’ve gotten these cookies in another snack subscription and thought they were a fun concept. They come in a variety of educational “themes” — presidents, state capitals, etc. — so your little ones can learn while they snack.
Bitsy’s Brainfood Orange Chocolate Beet Smart Cookies – Another kid-friendly snack, these cookies are made with healthy ingredients including organic whole wheat flour and beets. They’re also letter-shaped, which is a big selling point for my alphabet-loving kiddos.
Mediterra Savory Bar with Sun-Dried Tomato & Basil – This Mediterranean-inspired bar is made with all natural ingredients including basil, capers, pea crisps, extra virgin olive oil, and a dusting of crushed cashews.
Kutoa Chocolate Espresso Bean Bar – I’ve tried quite a few flavors of these small batch food bars and I’m definitely a fan. They’re vegan, gluten-free, and made with soy-free/non-GMO ingredients.
Gourmet Nut Protein Packed Trail Mix – A hearty, protein-rich trail mix packed with almonds, cashews, pumpkin seeds, raisins, peanuts, and cherries. Perfect for a healthy afternoon snack.
YummySnack Cookie Dough Bar – A gluten-free candy bar consisting of a cookie dough center and dark chocolate coating. It’s high in fiber, low in sugar, and has 9 grams of protein per bar.
Heavenly Organics Mint Chocolate Honey Patties – These little patties are SO good! They’re made with just 3 ingredients — dark chocolate, raw white honey, and peppermint oil — and I love ’em.
Belicious Strength Nutrition Pouch – A convenient on-the-go veggie snack made with whole foods including spinach, kale, chia, quinoa, lentils, and fruit. To be honest, I’m a wee bit scared to give it a try… It sounds a little too… healthy. 😉
Nature’s Bakery Double Chocolate Brownie – I had no idea that Nature’s Bakery made brownies and I’m super stoked to try ’em. We’ve been buying their Fig Bars for a while now as a healthy treat for the girls, so if these are good they’ll definitely be a regular buy as well.
Brami Beans Lupini Beans – A bag o’ beans! Like a good vegan, I’m a major bean lover… However, vacuum-sealed beans… I’m not sure I’m sold. Maybe I can just add them to some chili?
Crunchmaster Multi-Seed Crackers – Okay, these aren’t the tastiest crackers ever, but they’re not awful. Very crunchy and certified gluten free.
Annie B’s Triple Threat Handmade Popcorn – A handmade treat made with non-GMO corn. Triple Threat combines the flavors of caramel, cheese, and white(?). Another gluten-free snack.
Another jam-packed SnackSack box! My favorite item (even though I haven’t actually tried it yet) was definitely the Nature’s Bakery brownie. Hopefully it doesn’t disappoint. 😉
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.