Nature Box Canada Review - August 2014 - Healthy Snack Subscription Box + PROMO CODE

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What is it? NatureBox
How Much? $19.95/month plus $4.95/month shipping
What’s in it?  A box of five different - but always delicious - snacks delivered to your door. 

NatureBox is a very popular US based snack subscription service that recently started shipping to Canada. The boxes ship via Canada Post, with no additional duties or taxes. The Canadian rollout is currently in "beta" phase, which means Canadian customers won't be able to experience NatureBox the same way our American counterparts do.

The main difference is that, while in "beta" phase, Canadian customers do not have box customization options. Instead of being able to choose the snacks each month, we will received a fixed 5-snack box, curated by the NatureBox experts. NatureBox predicts Canadian customers will have full access to the interactive site by late 2014.

Upon opening the box, I was impressed to see all full size, factory sealed packages. So far, so good. No product card inside, but I found the products listed on the NatureBox website.

Chia Seed Crackers (156g bag)
This is just the right kind of curved, crunchy crisp that'll maximize full dipping potential.

Cashew Crumble - Cookie Coated Cashews (113g bag)
This subtly sweet snack is the perfect reward for your completed to-do list. Crumbly, crunchy and super satisfying, it's great on its own or with a steaming cup of freshly brewed chamomile tea.

Whole Wheat Lemon Figgy Bars (170g bag)
This whole wheat and lemon take on a fig-treat classic is perfect for when you want to satiate that hankering for a sweet treat. 

Acai Berry Crunch - Granola with Cranberries & Acai Berries (167g bag)
Pour this granola into a porcelain serving bowl and snack on the decadent-tasting rolled oats, dried cranberries and acai berries.

Mango Almond Bites - Mango & Crispy Rice Squares (113g bag)
Chewy mango and crispy rice come together in a sweetly satisfying snack.

The August NatureBox for Canadians included 5 full size bags of snacks and treats. It's a great introduction to snack box and I can't wait to try everything. It's impossible to put a value on these products, but I'm certain it's more than what I paid for the box. For those interested in allergens, some of the snacks are made without wheat, dairy, soy, and nuts, however every package has a warning that the products are packed in a facility that also processes "tree nuts, peanuts, milk, wheat, egg and soy". Because of this, none of the snacks can be labeled as "gluten free", "peanut free", etc, even though the ingredients list may not contain these things. If you have serious allergies, you may want to skip NatureBox.

If you are interested in trying NatureBox, use promo code INSTASNACKS to get $10 off your first box!

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  1. Thanks! I think I'm going to try it out.

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  2. FYI: I tried your code, and it didn't work, but this one - Y2YL-2AM - did work.

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    1. Thank you! The code INSTASNACKS is also being advertised but I'm not sure if it works. I signed up using the code SHAYTARDS.

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  3. Yum, everything looks delicious!

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  4. Wow your blog is fascinating! I love getting these boxes in the mail and have only tried a few - which is why I was so surprised to see the extensive list of boxes you have tried. I honestly had no idea there are so many available subscription boxes! Excited to learn of new ones :)

    christycee.blogspot.ca 

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    1. I've been at it for nearly 2 years so I've tried quite a few. It's a fun hobby!

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