Graze Box Review ~ Week 1 37

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Graze Box (lightbox)

Graze is a new weekly snack box ($5/week) that offers weekly deliveries of delicious, healthy, natural foods like nut and seed mixes, juicy dried fruits, tasty crackers, dips and dippers, and other natural treats.  You can pick from a “nibblebox” (pick from 90 snack varities) or a “lightbox” (pick from 50 low-cal nibbles) and you can customize your snacks based on your preferences.

The Box

I signed up last week (when they launched) and without any prior notification, I received my Graze box in the mail yesterday!  Love when that happens.


I opted for the lightbox and received the following 4 treats:

The Nutrition Card

And the details:

~the herb garden (herb and onion peanuts, baked herb bites and oregano rice crackers):  This snack has 91 calories and looks so good.  I kinda hope that I get it every week!  I would have been happy with a box full of this stuff!

the herb garden

~pear tatin (pear, raspberry infused cranberries, yogurt coated sunflower seeds and almonds): Meh.  I am not a huge dried berries, but I will give this a try.  Or feed it to L.  If we both hate it, I am putting on my “trash” list and they’ll never send it to me again.  Oh and it has 57 calories.

pear tatin

~banoffe pie (fudge pieces, almond slices, pecan nuts and banana coins): I am excited about this pack (83 calories) as well!  I love that they refer to them as banana “coins”. I’ve never heard that before?  And fudge?  Yes please!

banoffe pie

~lemon and poppy cake with an afternoon infusion: I think we all know my thoughts on tea, but I love this and cannot wait to try the poppy cake (84 calories).    I need to eat this today because it has a “best by” date of 1/29/13 on the card.

lemon and poppy cake with an afternoon infusion

The verdict?  I LOVE Graze!  I hesitated about signing up, but now I am totally hooked.  I might opt for the nibblebox next time because they have a some fun options there I want to try.  If you are interested in signing up, click here and get your 1st box free!  If you hate it, you can always cancel.  I honestly was planning to snag the first box and cancel, but not anymore!

Love how portable they are.

Did you get a Graze box?  What’d you get in it?  What do you think?  Post the link to your box in the comments.  I’d love to check it out.

About Jennifer

Jennifer is the author and founder of Subscription Box Ramblings. She first discovered subscription boxes in 2012 and has been addicted since. Current favorites include Popsugar Must Have Box, Boxycharm, Mommy Mailbox and Rachel Zoe Box of Style.

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