There are many different food subscription services on the market but the one that takes the edge off your hunger and makes you want to open your mail box is Graze. Graze was started by seven friends who were tired of the same old snack foods. They wanted a better way to snack and they have succeeded in creating just that. Besides creating a healthier snack that tasted good also, that wanted to offer variety. So each month when you receive your Graze box, you receive an assortment of snacks that are portioned to the perfect size for a snack.
Graze also allows you the opportunity to let them know what you do and don’t like so they can custom tailor your box specifically to you. With a list of over 100 snack items, the options are endless as to what tasty snacks you will receive. If there is an item or ingredient you don’t like, “trash it” in your account and you won’t receive that. You can also create a list of items you would like to try and select ingredients that you like.
Graze offers 3 sizes of boxes to choose from. The standard 8 snack (personal sized box), a sharing box (with 5 sharing bags, equal to 20 servings, and occasionally a mini 4 snack box for specialty items. The box I received was the standard 8 snack box and it contained 8 amazing different snacks. The taste and flavors were amazing and it was fun to have different snacks to try so there was no getting bored of one snack.
A Graze snack box is not just a great way to get yourself snacks, it is also a great gift to give to the person that has everything. With options available for a 3 box subscription all the way to a 50 box subscription, this is the perfect gift for everyone on your list. Plus with Graze they give you a voucher to gift your recipient and they will get to create their own box. You don’t have to worry about selecting their foods for them, which takes one less thing off your plate.
All the snacks in a Graze box are free of genetically modified ingredients, artificial sweeteners, artificial colors, artificial flavors, hydrogenated oils, and trans fats. If you have a food allergy, you can easily “trash” the items that contain those ingredients and you won’t ever receive them.