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It’s no secret around here that I really like food, especially snacks, but I also really enjoy getting mail. Somehow those little targeted Facebook ads figured out as much and invited me to try Graze, a subscription snack box service, and my first box would be free! Free things? Food? Delivered directly to my lazy self? Sign me up!

This is the first Facebook ad that I’ve fallen for so far, but I am so glad that I was such a marketer’s dream that day because my first snack box was just delivered and I can’t shut up about it.

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I often have a hard time choosing snacks because I want something that isn’t going to make me feel guilty, but I don’t want to sacrifice my cravings (usually sweet or salty). That’s what got me about Graze – each box contains four different healthy choices that are also really unique and flavorful. Each snack has a benefit, whether it’s being a daily serving of fruit or under 100 calories, but with options like Wholegrain Banana Caramel Dippers and Tomato & Basil Pizza, you don’t have to feel like you’re being good.

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The nutritional facts of each item are included, as well as the “best by” date. You can also choose whether you want a regular box or one with only low-calorie (under 150) snacks.

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If you visit their website, you can learn more about each snack. Once you sign up, you can choose which ones you would like to try, or exclude any that you don’t want. I decided not to try a few of the spicier options, and after receiving my first box, I rated my favorites to make sure I will get them again (or similar flavors) in the future.

Once my box had shipped, I figured out (somewhat accidentally) that I could view its contents online. What a lesson in self-control this week has been! I managed to only sneak a peek at one of my four snacks and was hoping to be pleasantly surprised by the rest! Here’s what I received:

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This was the first treat I taste-tested and I declared it my favorite right away. As I continued on I had to accept that it was okay to have several favorites, but this one is VERY tasty if you like savory snacks.

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Next up were the Mississippi BBQ Pistachios.

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This one was actually my least favorite of the bunch, only because I tend to want to stuff my face with the sweet and salty snacks. These are not spicy by any means, and for someone who is into BBQ chips and flavors, I’m sure they would be a nice change from ordinary pistachios.

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This next snack is going right into my oatmeal tomorrow morning.

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I don’t buy dried fruit often enough, but I really should. These taste great, even if they look like shriveled, odd versions of their original selves. The strawberries are my favorite and I rated this snack as one I would like to try again.

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And finally, here is my other favorite:

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These are so good that my only complaint is I wish there were more of them! I’m already planning on bathing in any of that leftover toffee dip.

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Each item comes sealed in it’s own little package, so they would all be great for snacking on-the-go. I’ve already taped mine back up and am currently ignoring the gravitational force that wants me to rip them all back open instead of waiting to pack them in my lunch bag tomorrow.

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If you want to try your first Graze box for free also, just use this link! Not only will your first box be free, but your 5th one will be also. Delivery is always free, so at $6 per box, I think the price-point is great. When you factor in all of the promotions, you will get 5 snack boxes for just $18 – less than $1 per snack! You can choose to get weekly or bi-weekly deliveries, but you also have the option of postponing them if you want to skip a week. You can cancel at any time, but honestly, I don’t see myself getting tired of these any time soon!

At least not until I’ve tried the Salted Fudge & Peanut Cookie. Whaaaaaaat?!

[[This is not a sponsored post and I did not receive any type of compensation from Graze for sharing my review. All opinions are my own. Referral code used above.]]

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