Graze isn't currently open for the public, but is available with a referral code. With a referral code I found on tumblr, my first box was free. They also note that your 5th box will be free. The box is $5 a week, delivered to your door. If you are interested in a referral code, leave a comment on this post, and I'll send it to you via e-mail. The code gets you a free first box, and me either $1 off my next box or a $1 donation to the graze school of farming.
One important thing to note is, if you have a nut allergy, graze is not for you. Their FAQ page tells us: "We can't guarantee that our products are free from traces of nuts and sesame ingredients since everything is prepared in the graze kitchen. So if you suffer from a nut allergy, you will not be able to graze."
So how did the graze box look? What snacks did I get? Did I like them? Read ahead to find out!
|Front of box|
|Back of box|
|Inside of box|
Can I also say how much I love the whimsy of the illustrations on the snack pacs?
Here are the snacks I received this week:
Herby bread basket: I love the basil baguettes and garlic croutons, but there was something overly sweet about the oregano rice crackers.
Florentine: Love this whole snack, but I wish the chocolate pieces were smaller.
Chilli & lime pistachios: MMMMMM I love pistachios, and these are no different.
Tutti frutti: Eh. I'm not huge on dried fruit. It's a textural issue for me. The cherry raisins and regular raisins are great. The blueberry cranberries and pineapple are just OK for me.