Urthbox June 2015 Diet Box Review + Coupon
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Urthbox is healthy food subscription box that sends full size snacks that are typically non-gmo, organic and all natural. When you sign up, you can choose between Classic, Gluten-Free, Vegan and Diet box options. You also choose the size of the box. I reviewed Urthbox (Classic Large Box) back in February. I enjoyed my last box, so I agreed to review their small diet box for June. The small diet box is $24.99/month and filled with calorie conscious/low-calorie snacks.
Cost: Mini $9.00/month, Small $19.00/month, Medium $29.00/month, and Large $49.00/month
Coupon: Use this link with the code CRUNCHWEEK to save $5.00 on your box.
What’s in the box? Each box is filled with full size snacks that are non-gmo, organix, and all natural. The mini box contains 4-5 products, small 8-10 products, medium 14-16 products, large 20-24 products.
Shipping: Urthbox ships to the United States and Canada
How do I cancel? To avoid getting the next month’s box, email your cancellation request by the end of the month to email@example.com.
Urthbox ships by USPS and ships to Canada and the USA.
There wasn’t a regular information card, The front of the card has the month and the back of the card tells you about the point system. You can earn points by posting to social media and referring your friends.
Detour Simple Salted Caramel Cookie Dough: I am not a fan of protein bars, but these bars are pretty good. They have a cookie dough/chocolate taste and pack 10 grams of protein, non-gmo and are gluten-free.
Nourish Snacks Cocoa Loco Nourish Snacks use to have a snack subscription box, but they transitioned to an online store. This snack has less than 200 calories, 3 grams of protein, 3 grams of fiber and is a mix of oat and chocolate. This would make a great topping on some frozen yogurt.
Lovely Candy Co Licorice This licorice is gluten-free and is soft and chewy. Many times licorice is hard and has an artificial flavor. This has a sweet cherry taste and goes great with some air popped popcorn.
Glenny Quinoa and Kale Salt & Vinegar Chips: These are the best tasting “healthy” chips I have had. These are only 100 calories and are non-gmo, vegan, kosher, vegan and free from dairy, & gluten.
Seapoint Farms Crunchy Coated Premium Black Edamame These black soybeans have a crunchy coating and these are also a great selection of fiber and cholesterol.
bare Great Granny Crunchy Apple Chips While eating an apple is the healthiest choice, these have a sweet taste and are easy to take anywhere. They have only 50 calories and are fat-free and gluten-free.
bare Sweet n’ Heat Crunchy Coconut Chips This is the only snack I didn’t try, as I don’t eat coconut. Coconut has some great health benefits. These chips are sweet with a kick of heat. These will go to my dad, who gets all my coconut treats.
Final Thought: This was one of the best tasting “diet” boxes I have had. The quinoa chips were my favorite and I would love to get more. The diet Urthbox was filled with snacks I would happily eat (minus the coconut) and I can still maintain my diet. If you are interested in Urthbox, use this link with the code CRUNCHWEEK to save $5.00 on your box.
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