Advantages Free first box, choice of food options, environmentally friendly
Disadvantages None for me
A while back I saw an offer for ‘Graze’ on Martin’s Money Saving Tips email. Graze deliver a box of healthy snacks to your home or place of work in the post and were offering the first box free and the second at half price. Thinking this was too good to be true and that there would be a catch I ignored it. I have since read positive reviews of Graze and again saw on my trusty email from Martin that they were offering the first box for free and that you could claim £1 cashback on certain sites! This time I jumped at the chance to get free food! I’m always snacking in the office whether it’s chocolate, biscuits or crisps and as well as being very unhealthy it was costing quite a lot! I fully intended on trying the box, possibly the second, half price box too and then opting out before paying the full amount. Needless to say, weeks later I am still receiving weekly Graze boxes and am actually sat eating one right now as I type.
When you have signed up to Graze on the website you have the option of two types of box: a nibblebox or a nutritionbox. The nibblebox is their most popular option with over 100 snacks available to choose from including breads, yoghurt dipped fruits, nuts, flapjacks, olives, crackers, dried fruit, seeds and chocolate. The nutritionbox comprises of just the healthiest snacks, put together by the nutrition team at Graze and are packed with vitamins and omegas. These boxes are picked for you whereas the nibbleboxes are full of the things that you love.If and when you select the nibblebox, there is an option to browse and rate all of the 100+ options. Under headings of flapjack, crackers, olives, deli topped focaccia and dried fruit and nuts you can rank the products separately into four different categories; LOVE – your favourite things that you would like more often
For the more adventurous you can stick with the standard option of ‘try’ for everything, but for people like myself who don’t like nuts, or for those who can’t have certain things in their diet you can tailor these boxes to suit your needs by binning anything you definitely don’t want in your box.
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