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Ooo, a Graze Box!

  I had a coupon in one of my Amazon packages for a free Graze box. It was a coupon giving me my first and…

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I had a coupon in one of my Amazon packages for a free Graze box. It was a coupon giving me my first and 5th box free. They usually cost £3.99 each.

I used to get Graze box years ago when I was at university, but canceled as I wasn’t eating a lot of it. I don’t really like nuts and a lot of the snacks were nut based. They’ve obviously changed a lot since then and they have new healthy snacks to offer, so I thought I’d give it a try.

You can view the foods and rate them as:

  • Bin (never send this to me)
  • Try (happy to try)
  • Like (send occasionally)
  • Love (send regularly)

This means that you can wipe out the foods you really don’t like and gives you a better chance to getting the ones that you would like to try.

You can then view your ratings and change them if you wish.

I rated a few, but because I’m very busy and important, I didn’t have time to rate more than a handful. I opted for the Light box, which is lower calorie/lower fat snacks.

A few days later, the small Graze box had been pushed through my letterbox, ready for me to try.

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Inside my Graze Box

The four things I received were:

Garden of England

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This snack was a mixture of baby strawberries, apple and black currants. I’m not really a fan of dried apple. I hate it but didn’t really enjoy it and would bin this again in the future.

Graze’s Smoky Hot Dog

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This pot contained sweet mustard breadsticks, cheese croutons and smoked cashews. I enjoyed it all apart from the cashews and would have preferred to have this with a bit of dip as it was dry. I’d make this as like.

Basil and Garlic Olives

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I love olives and you can’t really go wrong with them, unless they are black or have nuts in. I would love these again. I eat olives almost every day. I spent 26 years of my life hating them, you see, so I have a lot of catching up to do.

Hot Cross Yum

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This gets a point for being punny. LOLZZPDFODAFOSGS. It’s orange rasons, sponge pieces & cinnamon honey almonds. It was lovely and tasted really infused in different flavours. I’d love this again and it was my favourite of the lot.

Inside the box was a selection of leaflets, a £5 voucher for me and one for a friend. I can’t figure out how to use the voucher though, I’m wondering if I can’t use it because I used to code to get the first box free.

It also came with a booklet all about the nutrition info of each snack.

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I used the Hot Cross Yum as a cereal topper and mixed it with my Alphabet Cereal I received in a Degustabox not long ago.

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Have you ever tried the Graze box?

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22 comments

  1. Love Garze boxes!

    I get their cereal breakfast box delivered once a month to keep at the office for emergencies. They’re really lovely mueslis and granolas with different fruits and nuts!

    I’d definitely recommend them 🙂 xx

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  2. I tried Graze about a year ago but am too picky 🙁 too few things I liked to make it worthwhile.

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  3. For some reason the box doesn’t really attracts me… there’s nothing I really like there, maybe I should just taste…

  4. I have seen graze boxes a lot of work colleagues have them but haven’t tried. The hot cross bun ones and the olives would be a favourite. These would be useful to make sure I didn’t eat junk Lucy x

  5. I have the Graze boxes delivered to me too. I have just this week, altered the type of box I am recieving from the normal box to the low caloried box. Hopefully I shall enjoy them just as the normal snacks.

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