I haven’t gotten an Urthbox since March so I was surprised when this November box just kinda showed up unexpectedly the other day. I’m not a fan of unexpected visitors, but snacks? Those can show up whenever the heck they want.
If you’re not aware, 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. They also offer 3 different size choices: Small ($19/mo), Medium ($29/mo), and Large ($49/mo). They have gift options as well and shipping is always free.
I’m not sure which box size I received, as there wasn’t an info card, but I’m guessing medium or large. It also appears to be the vegan box (all but one of the items were vegan).
Let’s check out the goodies!
They did include a card, but it just indicated the month. No products were listed.
180 Snacks Blueberry Pomegranate Clusters – Yum! These were the first snacks I tried and they are SO good. I think I’ve gotten them in a different subscription box and I don’t remember them being so addictive. They’re fruity, crunchy and a great balance of sweet & salty. Plus, they’re vegan and gluten-free.
Lovely Candy Co. Super Fruit Chews – I’ve gotten these in a few boxes as well. They’re fruit chews made with real fruit including blueberries, cranberries, and raspberries. It’s like the vegan/natural equivalent of Starburst.
Go Healthy New York Date Bar – Vegan, gluten-free snack bar made with fruit & nuts. It contains just two ingredients: Dates and cashews. Can’t get much healthier than that.
Vintage Italia Garlic Olive Oil Pasta Chips – These chips are oven baked and contain 60% less fat than regular potato chips. They’re made with semolina flour (just like pasta) and a blend of Italian herbs for a unique snacking experience. I tried them a while back and don’t remember liking them too much, but I’ll give ’em another shot.
Hana Kitchens Raspberry Shortbread Cookies – This was the one item in my box that wasn’t vegan. Since everything else was, including the brownie shown beside it, I wasn’t too bummed. Plus, these cookies will make a nice after dinner treat for my girls.
Hana Kitchens Vegan Brownie – I just ate this while writing this review and it was GOOD. Chewy, chocolatey, and very filling. I want more!
Seapoint Farms Dry Roasted Edamame – A low fat, low carb snack made with only soy beans and sea salt.
Cocomels – My eyes lit up when I saw this familiar package in the box… Cocomels!! — Vegan, coconut-based caramels. Need I say more?
Wild Garden Snack Combo to Go – An easy on-the-go snack containing a traditional hummus dip and a package of multigrain crackers for dipping.
Snap Infusion Supercandy – Vegan-friendly gummy candies that are packed with B vitamins, antioxidants, and electrolytes. They actually taste a lot better than I expected them to.
Simply 7 Pomegranate Chips – Pretty pink potato chips baked with pomegranate powder for an antioxidant boost. All natural, vegan, and gluten-free.
Simply 7 Quinoa Chips – Potato chips made with high protein quinoa powder. They’re crunchy, lightly salted, and quite tasty.
Guru Natural Energy Drink – An organic, all natural energy drink made with real fruit juices and energizing herbs. It contains no preservatives or artificial sweeteners and is vegan & gluten-free.
Laiki Black Rice Crackers – Simple crackers with just 3 ingredients: wholegrain black rice, oil, and sea salt. Not very exciting, but at least they’re healthy.
Goldbaum’s Barbecue Quinoa Crisps – All natural, gluten-free crisps made with quinoa, flaxseed, brown rice, and other good-for-you ingredients.
Now that was a TON of snacks! Urthbox seems to have improved a lot since my previous experience with them. I couldn’t believe how many things were stuffed into the box… A nice variety too!
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November 2014 Urthbox Review
As stated in the review, I’m not sure what size box I received, but based on the amount of snacks I’m guessing medium or large. Similar boxes sell for between $20-40 and don’t include nearly the amount that was in this box. Plus, they were mostly healthy and almost entirely vegan. Yay!
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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.