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Calendar February 24, 2015 02/24/15 AuthorBy Subscription Box Mom Comments 1 Comment 1

Num-Nums Munch Box Review – February 2015

Disclosure: This box was received free for review.



Num-Nums Munch Box shipped priority mail


First Look;  This box was packed!


There was an information card with all the snacks in the box.  All the snacks in the box were free from dairy, soy, wheat, gluten, egg, peanut, tree nut, fish, and shellfish.  There were also notes on certain snacks that are manufactured at the same plant as an allergen.  I love their attention to allergens.


St. Claires Organics Tangerine Tarts  These are little candies that taste like tangerines.  These are really good and quite addicting.  They are also organic, vegan, kosher, and allergen-free.  My children loved these too.


Zego Sunflower Snack Bar   This bar is free from allergens, gluten and gmos.  You can scan the code on the bar and see the testing that occurred in that batch of snack bars.  There was also a note attached to the bar that read “peanut & nut free but this item does contain coconut”.  I love that there was a note taped to the bar, as some people don’t read information cards.


Peeled Snacks Apple Clusters These are such a tasty snack.  They are little balls of puff dried apples.  They only have 75 calories and are gluten free.


Nonuttin Chocolate Chip Granola Bar  I am typically not a granola fan, but this bar is amazing.  This granola bar has chocolate chips and is soft and chewy.


Beanfields Bean & Rice Chips- Barbecue:  I love Beanfield chips.  They are a healthier version of regular chips.  They are vegan, corn free, gluten free and all natural.  They also have 4 grams of protein and 4 grams of fiber.


Home Free Mini Double Chocolate Chip Cookies: These are very tasty chocolate chip cookies.  I love chocolate chip cookies and the double chocolate makes them even better.  These are all natural, nut free, whole grain, gluten-free and all natural.


Seasnax Roasted Seaweed:  Seaweed has some amazing health benefits, unfortunately, my family isn’t a fan.  I know someone who loves roasted seaweed, so he is going to get this.  This is free from cholesterol free, trans-fat free, msg free, sugar-free, and gmo free.


Mandarin Orange Crisps These are dried mandarin oranges and my children love them.  These are all natural and have the same nutrition as regular mandarin oranges, they are just easier to eat.


Cassava Pops: These are really good chips.  They have a light puffed texture and are sea salt flavored.  I have had these before and was really happy to get them again.


Enjoy Life Vanilla Honey Graham  These cookies are gluten-free and are free from anything artificial.  These have a nice flavor and are crunchy.  I prefer a softer cookie, but these were good.


YumEarth Sour Beans + Sucker:  My kids love YumEarth candy and I love that is free from all the nasty junk in regular candy.  These are all natural, gluten free, and nut free.


Final Thought: This was a great box.  I didn’t do a price breakdown, but I thought this was a great box.  I love that everything was safe to be around my son and I didn’t have to worry about his allergy with any of the snacks.  I love having the peace of mind that my whole family can enjoy everything in this box.  If you want to try Num-Nums Munch Box, click HERE.

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1 Comment(s)

  1. Lyla, February 24, 2015:

    This looks like a great box! I didn’t see that it was specifically vegan, but it looked like all the items were…? I already receive the Vegan Cuts snack box and I really enjoy that one, so maybe I’ll have to get this one, too! :)