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Nature Box Review

Nature Box
I first reviewed Nature Box last year and really liked it. In fact, I purchased a couple months of it on my own since I enjoyed the variety of snacks they sent. Nature Box is a monthly subscription service that provides you with 5 different kind of snacks each month.

The snacks vary greatly every month but there are always some savory, some sweet and usually some kind of nuts or seeds in each one. They provide 4-5 servings of each snack in a bag which ends up being usually about 15-20 servings per Nature Box. They are often healthier snack options than your typical cookies or chips and come with some pretty unique products.

Nature Box guarantees that their snacks will have no high fructose corn syrup, partially hydrogenated oils, trans fats, artificial colors, flavors and sweeteners.
 Nature Box
This months Nature Box came with the following:
-Honeycomb sunflower kernels- flavorful and tasty on a salad.

-Flax crostini bites- Flax gives you fiber and omega-3 fatty acids. These tiny bites are a good salty snack.

-French toast granola- I liked the pecan pieces in this granola. It was sweet but not too sweet.

-Pear praline crunch- I did not like these nuts plain because I thought that they were too sweet but I think that they may be good on plain Greek yogurt.

-Sourdough cheddar pretzels- I love anything sourdough and these pretzels are a fun treat.


Nature Box is $19.95 per month but many times, they offer a discount. I was able to try my own box for $5- just keep an eye out for deals.

4 comments:

  1. Chris - @nylonlover69 on TwitterOctober 28, 2013 at 9:22 AM

    Compared to what we typically end up buying at the store or browsing from the vending machines at work, around a dollar per snack is a good value for a healthy alternative!

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  2. Do you know if they ask about allergies? So I have a Pecan and Bananna allergy that I am always concerned with when it comes to mail order food. I just don't want several bags of things I can't eat you know?

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    1. I'm sure that you could specify your preferences to the company when you place the order.

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  3. Do you know if they ask about allergies? So I have a Pecan and Bananna allergy that I am always concerned with when it comes to mail order food. I just don't want several bags of things I can't eat you know?

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