Graze is a subscription box service that delivers single-servings of snacks right to your door. Graze is designed for those who want a healthier alternative to the traditional snacks found in your local grocery or convenience store. You can choose a 4-pack snack box for $6.99 or an 8-pack snack box for $11.99. You can also opt to have these delivered once a week, once every two weeks, or once every four weeks depending upon your needs. I ordered the 8-pack snack box.




First, let me start off by informing you that graze is NOT suitable for those with food allergies. Graze packages all of their food in the same location, therefore cross-contamination may occur. You can customize your snack box by dietary preference, however you cannot choose each snack that will arrive in your box. When I ordered, I was able to select vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free, dairy-free, and soy-free options. You can also choose to remove items containing nuts, bananas, chocolate, cranberries, pineapple, raisins, as well as snacks that contain spicy food. Graze uses your dietary preferences to design your boxes for you. Any snacks that you do not like, you can “trash” in your profile so that you do not receive them again. I’ve chosen a select few of the snacks for you to preview below.


“Natural Vanilla Seeds” (Vegetarian)


Contains: roasted sunflower seeds, sugar, honey, natural vanilla flavoring, roasted pumpkin seeds.


“PROPOWER” (Vegan)


Contains: roasted cashew nuts, sea salt, black pepper, rice flour, tapioca and/or maize starch, sugar, lemon juice powder, chickpeas, canola oil, chili powder, salt, roasted edamame beans, palm oil, natural flavoring.


“peachy orchard” (Vegan)


Contains: dried rhubarb, sugar, sunflower oil, dried pear, lemon juice concentrate, apple juice concentrate, apple puree concentrate, peach puree concentrate, pectin, absorbic acid, natural flavoring.


“natural ENERGY NUTS” (Vegan)


Contains: almonds, blanched almonds, walnuts, roasted hazelnuts.




Contains: pineapple pieces, goldenberries, pineapple syrup, pineapple concentrate, coconut flakes.


“ENERGIZING almond, carrot & apple” (Vegan)


Contains: apple juice concentrate, apple puree concentrate, carrot juice concentrate, orange juice concentrate, pectin, absorbed acid, citrus fiber (lemon and/or lime), dried apple, lemon juice concentrate.




Contains: dried green peas, modified starch, sugar, maize starch, palm oil, sugar, salt, yeast extract, maltodextrin, onion powder, garlic powder, sweet chili powder, spices, citric acid, paprika extract, soybean oil, roasted corn, sunflower oil.


*Although I have included the ingredients for you above, please always check the graze website for accuracy as their ingredients may change.


The Pros:

  • Convenient
  • Opportunity to try new snack combinations
  • All snacks are pre-portioned
  • Customize your options based on dietary preferences


The Cons:

  • Expensive for those who are on a budget
  • Subscribers are unable to choose their own snacks
  • Not suitable for those with food allergies
  • Limited vegan options
  • Lots of products that contain soy
  • Although marketed as a healthier alternative, I thought some of the ingredients were still questionable


This post was sponsored by graze. Thoughts and opinion are completely my own!


My Final Thoughts

Graze is a convenient service for those who want to try new snack combinations. However, this is a service that I personally would not use due to the price point and questionable ingredients. Maltodextrin , modified starch , and palm oil are just a few of several ingredients that stood out to me.


If you would like to try out the graze box for yourself, you can get your 1st and 5th box free with my unique code: DY5F47JVB As always, if you have any questions about my graze experience, please feel free to leave them in the comment section below.



All photos by WillPowerPhotos for That’s Chelsea

♡ Chelsea