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Graze, February 22-28

This is the box I got from the Graze company, which I heard about while listening to Pandora! This was from the week of February 22-28, and was completely free!

 This was how the outside looked...

Upon opening it, I saw it was very similar to the Nibblr box I received about two months ago, but I like it better!

 The first thing on top was a paper explaining the box, with little friends and family coupons with my referral code on it (6FZ4FVQVP) and on the back it had the nutrition facts for the snacks, which was really handy.

 The first snack was Key Lime Pie, which consisted of: lime raisins, mini meringues, vanilla cookies, and green raisins

Well... I wasn't really a fan of this one.  The green raisins and the mini meringues were ok, and my friend liked the cookies, but I am just not a fan of lime.

 These were oat spelt and cocoa cookies with a cherry compote to dip them in!

I loved these! The cookies were really soft and crumbly and the compote was kind of bitter, you could tell it was more healthy than just a chocolate chip cookie, but they were really good!
Lightly salted pistachios, enough said. 
Texan Corn Salsa which consisted of: salsa almonds, corn chips, roasted corn, chili jumbo corn

This one was my favorite!! I don't even like almonds and I loved every aspect of this snack, I would like to just buy bags of this one. 

Overall, I really enjoyed this box, and this site!  Unlike other companies I have used, you can go through all of the snacks on their site and rate them even before you get your first box!  These boxes are normally $6.99, which I think is a bit much to pay for a box with four snacks, but I still really liked it!  If you decide to sign up, use the code 6FZ4FVQVP and you will get your first and fifth box for free!


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