This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Graze.com. All opinions are 100% mine.
What is Graze, you ask? It's a company started by seven friends who were tired of the same old chip and candy routine. They quit their jobs, camped out in a friends' spare room, then brainstormed and worked hard until they came up with a better way to snack. Thanks to that, you (and I) can now have our choice of over 90 delicious and nutritious snack options delivered right to our doors! Well, our mailboxes.
Graze boxes are designed to fit inside a standard mailbox, eliminating the need to hang-out and wait for them to be delivered. No signing, no fuss, just a pleasant surprise tucked inside an unassuming brown box waiting for us when we pick up our mail. Of course, what's really cool is that you can actually have your boxes delivered to your workplace, if that works better for you.
I love Graze's eye on nutrition. Their in-house nutritionist makes sure that every snack is made with ingredients meant to satisfy. Each box contains a variety of 4 snacks that are natural, wholesome, nutritious, AND delicious. If you look at the snack cover (or the snack name on the website), you'll see a symbol representing that snack. The symbols mean things like "a source of protein", "made with whole oats", "100-150 calories", "a serving of fruit", "fiber", "a source of vitamins and minerals", etc.
Plus, each box has a nutrition fact sheet to match the snacks packed inside.
And the thing is, you don't have to wait to try something to rate it. If you already know that dried cranberries are not your thing, browse the selections and trash all the ones with cranberries. If you are a cashew fiend and don't want a single snack box without them, go through and love every cashew-containing snack you can find. You can also go through and click "try", for those things you haven't received yet, but wouldn't mind getting.
Do you want a Graze box delivered to your door? You can try First Box Free by clicking through and entering the code: SUMMERBOX27. Go ahead, be the envy of the office.
Michiana-based food writer with a fondness for garlic, freshly baked bread, stinky cheese, dark beer, and Mexican food—who believes that immersing herself in different cultures one bite at a time is the best path to enlightenment.