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Graze (The Subscription Box Series)

Updated: Apr 4, 2021

graze sharing bags

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I'm pretty sure that by now, you've probably seen at least an online ad, banner, video or some of the Graze products in-store. If you haven't or if you simply want more info, here it goes:

I like snacks (then again, who doesn't?), I like subscription boxes and not knowing 100% what I'll receive each month so I gave Graze a go.

When you go to their website and start creating your account you will have some options to choose from. You can opt to receive a variety, light or protein box and whether to receive it every week or fortnightly. Each box contains 4 different snacks as you can see below.

graze box opened

If you can't have gluten, milk, soy or if you're vegan you can opt-out of receiving snacks which contain those ingredients but the disclaimer does warn that if you suffer from allergies to certain ingredients, this type of box might not be for you, as cross-contamination might happen. If you're intolerant to some of the above-mentioned or you just don't like them then you should be fine.

I chose the variety box, and you can see below a few examples of how that might look like.

From their website, you can buy sharing bags, flapjack multipacks, protein bites and so on. On your account, in the rewards section, you can usually find some sort of offer for either sharing bags or flapjack bundles (at least I do) and some of these offeres are quite tempting.

The subscription box is £4.49, but there are offers sometimes so you might find it cheaper, or you can get the first box free, depending on your luck. The rest of the products on their website start from £2.49.

You can skip a week (or two or five) if you wish and you can cancel your subscription at any time if you don't want their products anymore.

box containing graze sharing bags

I'll be honest with you, the boxes are good, but having some very good offers to choose from is what kept me signed up with Graze for longer. For example, I had an offer for 5 sharing bags for £10 and as you can see (either in the picture next to this text or the one at the top of this article), yes, I have chosen three Dark Chocolate Cherry Tart bags. I'm definitely a fan of them and I'm a fan of their type of snacks. Rather than having crisps and cakes with an endless list of ingredients, I would prefer to have chocolate buttons, seeds, nuts and flapjacks of a variety of flavours any time of the day.

If you have any questions, please leave a comment or send an email, either way, I'll try my best to reply asap.

I hope life is treating you well.

Take care

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