Friday, April 18, 2014

Graze Box Review

How the Graze box is packaged

So last week I got a text from friend (Hey Mo!) about these healthy snack boxes that you can get sent to you every week at work or home (so really, no excuses) to 'graze' on (haha, get it?).

My Trial Box

Trial Box Contents:
Honeycomb Crunch-- (almonds, dark chocolate, raisins)--SO Yummy!
Chili & Lime Pistachios--Pretty darn good as well.
Brooklyn Bites--(poppy seed pretzels, cheese cashews, and roasted pumpkin seeds)--Trying today, sounds good though.
Healthy Popping Corn-- Haven't tried yet--but excited

First Box

How it works: 
  • Choose the snacks you want: "nut and seed mixes, juicy dried fruits, tasty crackers, dips and dippers, and natural treats."
  • Choose where you want your box delivered (work or home)
  • They deliver your box-- $6 per box, including shipping, what a steal!
  • You snack guilt-free
  • Then you review the items you had. 'like,' 'love,' 'trash,' or 'try' and your future boxes will be built around your preferences.
  • You can specify dietary reuirements: gluten free, non vegan, and dairy
  • My "free" box took like two weeks to arrive. In fact it arrived the same time as my first official box which was more than a tad frustrating.
  • The box is actually much smaller than it appears on the pictures on their site. The snack sizes are appropriate/fair, its just one of those things where you're expecting something else. I didn't measure but if I had to guess I'd say the box is a bit smaller than a piece of printer paper.
  • Each snack comes in a convenient little tray that is very handy to take around. Only slight draw back is that they aren't resealable.
One Individual Snack Container

  • They provide a card in each box with the nutrition facts of that box's contents. Very handy for those of us watching intake (caloric, sodium, sugar, protein, etc)
Nutrition Facts

  • So low maintenance. No visits to the store--Shipped right to your house or job. No buying a whole package of something to try only to be wasted if you don't like it. No prepping. No portioning. NO EXCUSES.

All in all I definitely think graze box is a great option for guilt free and low maintenance snacking. Aside from the prolonged shipping (for my trial box) and lack of resealability, I would definitely recommend giving it a try.

In fact, for anyone interested in giving grazebox a try, enter the exclusive invite code: JUSTIA4JB or JUSTIA4JP to get your FIRST and FIFTH box FREE. Thats right. FREE. As in no money needed. Not even for shipping.

Have you tried Graze box?? What did you think? If not, would you try it? Comment below and tag us on twitter, Instagram, or Facebook!


  1. I think this is awesome. I'm definitely going to try it and let you all know how it works for me.

  2. I definitely love Graze! This just updated it so that you can receive a box once a week. I found some snacks that I don't like but what I love is that you can "trash" them and you won't receive them again. Eventually you'll start to receive graze boxes with only your faves! I love the flap jacks and anything with caramel sauce. You can tell that sauce is nothing but natural! Thanks for blogging about it! Also, check out nature box. They are more costly but you get more product. The only drawback is that it's not prepackaged like graze is.

  3. Hey Tanai & Sade!

    Thanks for your comments! Tanai --definitely come back and let us know what you think of Graze box!

    Sade--its funny that you say that because when I saw the caramel snacks I was immediately disappointed (I don't care for sauces), but I am going to give it a try! I have really enjoyed the mixed nut offerings and i LOVE LOVE LOVE the fact that the snacks are prepackaged--perfect for on the go snacking. I just wish they were resealable.

    Thanks for the Nature box suggestion I will definitely look into it!