Nourish Snacks June 2014 Review – Snack Subscription Box
Nourish Snacks is a new subscription box founded by Joy Bauer MS, RDN. Joy is from NBC’s Today Show as a nutritionist. Nourish Snacks has 35 different snacks and have simple/wholesome ingredients. Each snack is 200 calories or less and pre packaged for easy snacking. Nourish Snacks can also be mailed directly to your office.
All the snacks are free from all the junk. What does that mean? Nourish snacks are free from GMO’s, no harmful preservatives. no artificial colors or sweeteners, no trans fats or hydrogenated oils, and no soy protein isolate. So what’s left? Great tasting snacks! By the way, all the snacks are vegetarian. Some snacks do contain honey though.
Shipping? Nourish is available for delivery in the 48 contiguous United States.
What’s in the box? You will receive 5 individually portioned snacks per box crafted by Joy Bauer.
How do I cancel? You can cancel by logging into your account or emailing email@example.com
Nourish ships in a little box that fits right in your mailbox.
I received this box for review, so Nourish Snacks sent a catalog of all their snacks!
Almonds to Cherries: 200 calories, 5g protein, 3g fiber: This was my favorite snack and I gave most of it to my 2 year old. These pack a great combination of roasted almonds and tart cherries. The almonds were so fresh and yummy. This snack is completely gone now.
Cinn-sational 170 calories, 5g protein, and 4g fiber. This is a mix of cinnamon spiced apples and almonds. Again, the almonds are completely fresh and so tasty.
King Korn: 150 calories, 4g protein, and 4g fiber. This are huge corn nuts. These are nice and crunchy. Corn nuts are a tougher snack to chew but these were very fresh. They are perfectly seasoned.
Posh’stachios: 160 calories, 6g protein, 3g fiber. I love pistachios and these are really good. These are seasoned with herbs. These had a pepper flavor in the herbs and they were really good.
Coconuts for You: 150 Calories, 3 g of protein, and 3 g Fiber. This is Toasted Coconut Chia Oat Clusters. The oats are gluten free and this snack is full of antioxidants. I don’t like coconut, so this is going to my dad, who loves coconut.
Final Thought: This was a great box. I love healthy snacks that taste good and not like cardboard. All the snacks were really fresh and easy to chew. No one wants to break a tooth on a nut. I think $12.50 a week is a great price. This would be a great subscription to have sent to your office. I used to go out and choose unhealthy options, when I should have ate healthier. Nourish makes snacking healthy easy and tasty. To try Noursh, click HERE.
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