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Graze Box

I've been getting Graze boxes since the start of May and I must say I quite like them.

Drawn in by the fact my 1st box was free and after that they are £3.79 including delivery I though "Why not?"

If you would like to try a free box here is a link: http://www.graze.com/p/7ZKZWP1

Week 1:
Ancient Forest Nuts
Very Nori-sh
Poached Pear
Pina Colada

Week 2:
Green Olives with Basil & Garlic
Jaffa Cake
Cherry Tomato & Basil Pesto Focaccia
Savoury Roasted Seeds

Week 3:
The Herb Garden
Heart Healthy Nuts
Eleanor's Apple Crumble
Fig & Cherry Preserve

I forgot to take a pic of week 4 but here's what I got:
Very Nori-sh
Beach Bum
Ancient Forest Nuts
Natural Vanilla Seeds

Week 5:
Love Mix
Black Pepperdoms
Savoury Roasted Seeds
Jaffa Cake

I know I've not went into detail but you can check on the site as to what each item contains.

What I like about these is that there are a number of different boxes to chooses from, for example, I try to follow slimming world therefore I chose the Eatwell box which has healthy recipes but the odd treat.  

What I also like is that before you even get your 1st box you can look through what they have to offer and veto anything you don't fancy.
Once you start receiving them you will get an email asking you to "rate your box". Bin, Try, Like, Love and Send Soon are the options to choose from and this will determine how often you receive each snack.

I've really been enjoying them and it takes the hassle out of portion control.

Don't forget if you want to try 1 for free use this link: http://www.graze.com/p/7ZKZWP1

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