Monday 16 September 2013

Graze Box Review & Get it FREE!


Hope you have settled into a new routine, whether it be for school, college, getting ready for uni, work or whatever it may be/you may be going this new academic year. With start of school there comes an idea of healthy breakfasts to get you through the day, substantial school lunches and after school snacks!
With snacks you tend to just grab the first thing in sight, normally not something you would have picked if you were not so in a rush to get the food in your mouth! Well, with Graze it is easy to pick something up from the pretty box and enjoy the taste, get the nutritional benefit and try something new!

If you don't know what Graze is, have never heard of it before or just want to know more about it, read on...

Graze is the foodie version of Glossy Box. This is where you receive a box every week/fortnight/month with deluxe samples of new products to try out - by products I mean food! So, yes, you get an assemble of food delivered to your door!

My first Graze Box was crumpled in the post :(
What I like about the service is that you can have a say in what you would like in your next box. You can rate the products you see online from 'Bin/Never Send to Love/Send Soon' - this means you will likely to not be sent anything that would go to waste! AND, this is just a sample, so you won't be wasting a lot if you don't like it - and if you do like it, you can always buy more/bigger bulks! How great!

I mean nowadays when you go to the supermarket, there are SO many things on the shelf - how likely are you to pick out something new when your usual favourites are sitting nearby? That means you're not going to be able to try many things and will usually stick to the same old - however, with Graze, you can try the products before you buy - and who knows, maybe you'll find new favourites?

In my first graze box I received: lemon and poppy cake with an afternoon infusion tea, salt and vinegar nut selection, cookies and cream trail mix, tomato dipinetti... My brother ate the tomato dipinetti and I didn't get to try it :(
Oh well, I personally didn't like the salt and vinegar nut selection yet the cake was quite nice - and it was only 84 calories!

The thing that I really liked about Graze was that all the foods are nutritionally beneficial to you. It is lovely and when the box arrives at your door you know you're in for a treat!

I received the first box absolutely free, and you can do the same! Click HERE to use my gift code to you and enjoy a free graze box delivered to your door!

Or: Enter this code on - DLHLLR1D
There is no commitment that you have to make to buy any Graze Boxes if you don't want to - how awesome?!

That's it - so nutritiously indulge in a free box from me and let me know what you think of it!

Disclaimer: Graze is NOT sponsoring BerryBloomXO and doesn't even know about this post! :D