Graze Box Review March 2017 + Free Box Coupon – Snack Subscription Box

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Box: Graze is a monthly subscription box that delivers a customized selection of treats weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly. There are over 90+ treats to choose from, and you can rate them to better tailor the box to your tastes.

Price: $13.99 per box for a 8-snack box, free s/h. (Use this link for a completely free box, no code required!)

Contents: A tailored box of healthy snacks for you to snack on every month.

Graze Box March 2017

First look.

Graze Box March 2017

and underneath that…

Graze Box March 2017

Honeycomb Flapjack:
Rolled oats, honeycomb, and chocolate drizzle.

Graze Box March 2017

Vietnamese Pho:
Now this is different! One of their newer snacks, you putt the ingredients into a bowl with hot water, and you got yourself a tasty little pho snack!

Graze Box March 2017

Herby  Bread Basket:
Perfect when you need a savory fix!

Graze Box March 2017

Caramel Apple:
What a great snack! The apples were soft and delicious, and that caramel sauce! I would of loved to have this as a kid.

Graze Box March 2017

Peachy Orchard:
Yum, definitely my favorite! The fruit had different texture – very odd looking but totally delicious.

Graze Box Subscription Box March 2017

Antioxidant Vit. E Nuts:
More nuts! I got these in my last box.

Graze Box March 2017

Garden of England:
I’m a sucker for fruit snacks – this one didn’t make it long in the house.

Final Thoughts: What a fun little group of snacks! There was a nice blend of sweet, savory, ‘healthy’, and indulgent. I like that you can choose each month what you would prefer and not prefer, (you can also blacklist snacks completely), but your monthly box is still a surprise. While I do like to eat snacks a bit bigger than these, I guess it does help with portion control!

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