I paid for the pictured items. If you buy and use my code, I’ll receive $1 off my next box. I was not asked to write, nor was I compensated for this post, and all opinions are my own. Apparently Facebook marketing works on me, because I had a Graze offer appear in my news feed and I clicked. After exploring the site, I figured it didn’t hurt to try a box for $1.
For $6, you have 4 snacks delivered to your door at intervals you choose.
You can trash items that don’t meet your dietary preferences in bulk, or mark individual snacks “trash”, “like” or “love.”
You can browse everything or peruse by category.
You can choose a nibblebox, which contains any of the items you haven’t trashed, or the calorie counterbox which contains only snacks with 50-150 calories. When browsing snacks, you’ll see different symbols to show you items that are nutritionist picks, low calorie, a serving of fruit, a source of fiber, protein, vitamins/minerals and more.
When I saw the above on my first box, I was afraid it was going ot just be a loose mess.
Instead, it was 4 sealed, portion controlled packs.
A card was enclosed with nutritional info.
I dug in right away!
Graze has a referral rewards program as well. If you use my code (LGR6JYJLP), I receive $1 off my next box (or you can elect to donate the $1.) While I’d love to get free boxes, I think this is a great way of rewarding referrals. Friends know you love it enough to pay $5 for it – you’re not just recommending it for a freebie. Plus by using my code, you get your first and 5th boxes free, which is a great deal! You can cancel at anytime, even after your first free box. No crazy phone calls either. Just click and confirm & you’re done.
$1.50 per snack seems a bit steep, but they are delivered to your door, and are a fun way to try tasty new treats. My favorite so far is the key lime pie (lime infused raisins, sponge pieces, mini meringues and green raisins.) Who knew lime infused raisins existed?
I think it would be nice to be able to click through and choose just what you wanted and how many of each, but then I might be tempted to eat them all at once. 😉
Have you ever heard of Graze?