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Calendar September 19, 2015 09/19/15 AuthorBy Subscription Box Mom Comments 0 Comments 0

SnackSack September 2015 Review + Coupon

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SnackSack September 2015 Review

SnackSack September 2015 Review

SnackSack is a healthy subscription box that includes snacks that are organic or all-natural
non-GMO, vegan, fair-trade, or gluten-free.  SnackSack is $23.00/month for a sack full of healthy snacks.  You can even buy multiple sacks per month, perfect for an office environment.

The Details:

Cost: $23.00/month, You can also choose a 3 or 6 month subscription

What's in the box? SnackSack sends a sack full of delicious health snacks each month.

 Shipping; Free



SnackSack ships in a white box sealed in plastic, so the box is protected from insects and the elements.


First Look.  SnackSack includes so many snacks, they don't all fit in the bag.


I couldn't wait to check out the September SnackSack

Information Card

The information card lets you know if an item is non-gmo, gluten-free, and vegan.

Belgian Boys De Liege Wafel

Belgian Boys De Liege Wafel This waffle is covered in caramelized sugar and tastes amazing when it is heated up.

Simple Squares Cho-CoCo:  Chocolate and coconut come together in this bar.  This is gluten-free and non gmo, and perfect for a quick meal or a post workout snack.

Ginny Minis Butter Crisp Love Cookies

Ginny Minis Butter Crisp Love Cookies These are non-gmo and gluten-free.  These cookies have a butter sweet flavor, but they have a bit of an after taste.

World Peas Texas Barbecue

World Peas Texas Barbecue   These crunchy peas are coated in a mesquite BBQ flavor.  These are also vegan, gluten-free and non-gmo.  I am not crazy about peas, so these aren't my first choice for snacks.

Enlightened Roasted Broad Bean Crisps

Enlightened Roasted Broad Bean Crisps  These crispy bean chips are coated with a garlic and onion powder.  I really liked these and they are also non-gmo, vegan and gluten-free.

The GFB Cranberry Toasted Almond Bar:

The GFB Cranberry Toasted Almond Bar:  This is non-gmo, gluten-free and vegan like many of the other snacks.  This is made with almonds and cranberries with 12 grams of protein.  I love almonds and cranberries, so I really expected to love this.  The flavor fell flat and my husband and I didn't care for this at all.

Barbara's Snackimals

Barbara's Snackimals:  These are little animal shaped cookies with a chocolate taste.  These are cute and really delicious.  Our whole family loved these and the also non-gmo.

Sinfully Thin Blue Corn Popcorn

Sinfully Thin Blue Corn Popcorn:  Blue corn is said to be sweeter and more tender than regular popcorn.   This has a slight salty taste but I actually thought it was a bit chewier than regular popcorn.


After all these snacks, there was still the official “sack” to dig into.

Beanfield's Bean & Rice Chips (Nacho)

Beanfield's Bean & Rice Chips (Nacho):  I love Beanfield chips because they are taste about as close to a healthy Doritos as you are going to get.  Packed with fiber and protein, and are also all natural, corn free and vegan.  These area fantastic!

Made in Nature Ginger Masala Chai Toasted Coconut Chips

Made in Nature Ginger Masala Chai Toasted Coconut Chips These toasted coconut chips are flavored with ginger, cinnamon, cardamom, nutmeg and clove.  Since I don't eat coconut, these will go to my dad.

Annie's Chocolate Chip Bunny Grahams

Annie's Chocolate Chip Bunny Grahams:  These are Graham Crackers filled with chocolate chips, and are kid friendly, but also quite tasty for adults.

Wonderful Pistachios

Wonderful Pistachios:  I saved the best for last.  Pistachios are my favorite nut!  These were fresh and just plain wonderful.


Final Thought: The September SnackSack was pretty good.  I loved the pistachios and the Barbara's cookies. Aside from the coconut that we don't eat, the World Peas and the GFB bar wasn't our favorite.  All in all our family enjoyed the box.  This box is packed with snacks and there is always something for everyone.  If you want to try SnackSack, use this link with the code JOY15 to save 15%.

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