One of the “perks” about doing reviews is the wonderful opportunity to try out new products that I might not otherwise know about. Many products that I currently use on a regular basis are products that I originally was sent to review but loved them so much that I purchased them again and again. Such products include food, beverages, beauty products, pet products and household products, to name a few.
In the past I have reviewed companies that send you different products to try out month after month. I think that is a fun way to explore new things, but often the products sent are sample sizes. It’s hard to get a real feel for something when you only have a small sample.
That is not the case with NatureBox. NatureBox is a monthly service that delivers FULL SIZE products each month, typically 5 products, that equal approximately 15 to 20 servings.
The products offered in each box are wholesome and natural. These are snacks that you can feel good about.
I received a sample NatureBox (October’s box) and let me just say I am IN LOVE with the product called Sticks N’ Stones. It contained almonds, cashews and the most delicious sesame sticks I have ever tasted. I’m embarrassed to say I ate the entire bag in one day! It couldn’t put it down. I NEED to find out where I can buy more of the Sticks N’ Stones mix!
Another product that arrived in the box was the Berry Almond Bites. They were chunks of almonds with dried blueberries. The blueberries really went well with the nuts. They added just the right about of sweetness and tartness to the crunchy chunks of almonds. This was another snack that pretty much disappeared the moment I opened the bag.
In addition to these treats the box also contained Sun Dried California Apricots, Cherry Berry Granola and a mix called Antioxidant Boost which contained CHOCOLATE, peanuts, cashews, dried cranberries, walnuts, dried blueberries and other yummy ingredients.
Each NatureBox costs $19.95. I have reviewed other companies that offered monthly deliveries for a comparable price to NatureBox with the huge exception being NatureBox delivers full size products and not itty bitty samples. That averages around $5 per product, which is probably what you would pay for them if you purchased them at your local health food or natural food store. Plus shipping is included.
All of the products are snacks. You can snack on them in between meals, on the go, at work, while you are stuck in traffic and late at night when you are enjoying your favorite show or movie. You can also put some of them in individual baggies or reusable containers and toss them into your child’s school lunch. I’m sure most parents would rather their child snack on dried cranberries and walnuts compared to chips, cookies and candy. Plus I’m sure your kids would enjoy the NatureBox snacks as much as adults do.
All of the products that came in the box I received tasted fresh, as if I made them myself. The apricots were moist and chewy and the chocolate stars melted in my mouth. Mmm… just thinking about it makes me wish I had more.
You never know what you’ll get from month to month. One month you might find something like Maui Onion Crunch in your box (among other goodies) and the next month you might find yourself enjoying Southern BBQ Sunflower Kernels.
You can order NatureBox anytime you want or you can take advantage of their subscription service where you can purchase 3, 6 or 12 months of Nature Box. You can even send NatureBox as a gift, or better yet, gift a subscription to someone on your holiday shopping list. This would make a great gift for someone who is trying to eat healthy, someone who already strives to eat better-for-you foods, or even a college student (let’s face it, they usually don’t heat healthy foods).
If you are not 100% satisfied you can cancel your subscription and receive a refund. You have nothing to lose.
If that wasn’t impressive enough, for every NatureBox that is shipping out, NatureBox will donate one meal to help feed the over 14 million children in America who go hungry, through Feeding America. If you read my blog regularly you know that ending child hunger is very important to me. I am happy to support companies that also support a good cause.
If you would like to learn more about NatureBox, or to try it out for yourself, visit www.NatureBox.com. I also have a promo code that you can use. Use the promo code BERRY for 25% off your first month of subscription (please note that the 25% discount is only applicable to the month-to-month subscription. 6 month subscriptions receive 1 month free and 12 month subscriptions receive 3 months free).
You can also check out NatureBox on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterst. I love their Pinterest pin boards, especially their recipe pin boards. They have some of the coolest, most yummiest recipes I have seen on Pinterest.
*I received a free sample product in order to do this review. There was no compensation. The opinions expressed are my own and are not influenced in any way.