Try New Snacks with Getsnackbox

( We were so excited to receive a great care package from that I had to share. For those of you who do not know what Getsnackbox is all about, it's a monthly subscription to healthy snacks! In short, you sign up and tell them where to send your snacks and wait for your care package to arrive. You will continue to receive a new package every month as long as you have chosen to do so. Each snack box comes with 10 to 12 items depending on the value and size of each product. 

Here was a list of healthy snacks that we received in our Getsnackbox.

  • Arora Creations Gobi Spice (for tossing with chickpeas or other veggies)
  • enerjiVe Quinoa Skinny Cracker
  • ITO EN Teas'Tea
  • Bella Viva Orchards Pear Slices
  • Cocolico Toffee Coconut Dark Chocolate
  • La Fourmi Fruit & Nut Medley
  • Lara Bar
  • Sensible Portions Veggies Straws
  • My Smoothie Green
  • Pirate's Booty Cheese Puffs (love this name!)
  • True to Nature Hemp Protein Bar

Needless to say, these snacks did not last very long at our office. All of the snacks were well-chosen and yummy. If you have not tried these, do check out Getsnackbox to find out how you can get some. In fact, Getsnackbox is a good way to send a gift to a friend or family member as well. Tell them they matter because you are sending them snacks that are not only delicious, but that are also good for them.

If you are tired of the same old choices in your snack supply, you might consider Getsnackbox to find different snacks that are healthy and good for you. Their website notes that all of their snacks are nutritionist approved.

Here is a photo of the snacks that we received. Which one is your favorite?

Getsnackbox Care Package

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