This post brought to you by Graze.com. All opinions are 100% mine.
Are you a Grazer?
Several weeks ago, I learned about a subscription snack box company called Graze. I’m a snacker — especially when I am working, I LOVE having something to nibble on. But I also get bored quite easily. When I read that Graze has over over 90 unique snack creations, I had to check them out more.
On their website, you can easily browse all the Graze snacks that they have available. There is SO many options with great names — each one having a nice photo of the snack, plus details about it.
There is even a unique rating system. With each snack listing, you can click “love”, “like”, “try”, or “trash”. This feature is awesome because while I’m pretty much open to any snack, there is certain ones I’m dying to try (like please, Graze…send me that Deconstructed Carrot Cake!!), whereas there was a couple snacks that I placed in the “trash” because I knew I wouldn’t care for those.
After you have made some of your snack preferences known to Graze, they handpick a box with four perfectly-portioned snacks based on your ratings. Every box is a surprise, so you won’t know exactly what you are getting, but the one thing you do know: it will be tasty and it will be nutritious!
They even have an in-house nutritionist, Jess, who makes sure every snack has a benefit to you. I track my food, so I was very happy to see that a nutrition fact sheet was provided and that it listed the snacks that were sent in my box.
When it comes to delivery, you can select to have your Graze snack box delivered weekly (which is my preference) or bi-monthly. You can have it shipped to the office (which I understand is very popular) or to your home, which is what I do since I work at home. I particularly like that the box is small enough to fit in my mailbox and that I can push back deliveries if I know I’m going to be on vacation.
So far, I’ve loved all the snacks I’ve received. Surprisingly, my favorites have been the ones with dried fruit in them. My usual snack picks (before Graze) were typically nuts and crunchy snacks, but the Graze fruit snacks are so awesome that I’ve been setting my preferences in hopes of getting more of them.