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Graze.com Delivers Healthy Snacks To Your Door

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Graze.com

Penpal-ing. Did any of you ever do that? I used to love getting letters, stickers, and small gifts in the mail. You should see how happy I get when my amazon packages arrive. Some (my husband) would say I’m even a little obsessive about checking the mail. I’ve sent him out to check it 3 or 4 times in one day. Feeling the way I do about receiving mail, it’s no wonder I love subscription services so much. I actually just joined another one. Enter Graze.com. Graze delivers assorted healthy snacks to you door for only $5 a week. I talked a little about it to Marcia and Elaine during our last podcast, Episode 28: Sharing My Box and also in Episode 30 (not out yet).

When I first signed up for Graze I was given 4 codes to invite friends. However, it seems they are growing so quickly they actually took 3 of my invites back! They explain on their site:

Why Can I Only Invite One Friend? graze is new and space is very limited, but you can invite one lucky friend to join graze. If you’ve already invited someone, for now your invite code won’t work, but as soon as we have more space, we’ll let you know.

Unfortunately, at this point, it might be tough to get an invite. But keep an eye on Graze.com if you feel having healthy snacks delivered is something you might be interested in. Everything I’ve received from them so far has been delicious, unique, and definitely interesting!

About Desirai Labrada


Graphic & Web Designer, Gamer, Technology Enthusiast, educator, Bride from the 2009 Halo themed wedding, and also mommy to a smart ass teenage boy.

  • Jennifer

    I just recently signed up for Naturebox. It’s kinda the same thing; the boxes start at $19.95(shipping included) and it gets delivered once a month. You can also customize your box.

    • It’s pretty much the same price when you think about it. What are the portion sizes like? I may have to go check that one out too.

      • Jennifer

        Yeah, it’s just about the same. I’m not really sure about the portion sizes yet, as I’ve not gotten my box. It’s on it’s way and will be here in a day or two. From what I’ve read, the portions are enough for 4 or 5 servings per snack(I think that’s what it said! lol). I looked into graze and am definitely interested. The flavors and snacks sound really good! I’ll keep an eye out for them to start accepting more orders.

  • Aaron

    They’ve been in the UK for many years now, I love them. I get a box delivered to work once a week and one at home every other weekend – it gives me something to snack on during the journey home when I’d otherwise be eating chocolate. Good choice!

    • Mariana

      We are in Australia, I’ll see if they have these. My fiance could have these at his work instead of having to remember to buy them and or tell me that he has run out.

  • Dun

    I am watching this while eating leftover taco bell thinking some of that sounds good.

    I wonder how hard it would be to make them yourself? Though 5 bucks a week it sounds like a good deal.

    • I’ve had a lot of people say “wouldn’t it be better to make them yourself?”… I think if all they were sending was some assorted dried fruits and nuts, I’d probably agree with you. However, I really feel like they have some pretty unique flavor combinations that extend beyond just fruits and nuts. I just don’t have the time to be THAT creative with my snacks. lol

      • Dun

        Good point. Plus I am not sure where I would get dried sponges!