Do you ever get the mid-afternoon munchies and find yourself devouring an entire packet of biscuits? Or get hungry after midnight when the shops are closed and find yourself desperate for a quick snack? The wonderful innovators at Graze have a perfect solution for those exact moments, and any other times that you find yourself peckish but not wishing to extensively expand your waistline.
Graze offers boxes of healthy, nutritional snacks delivered right to your door or office whenever you desire – whether it is weekly, daily, a combination of days or just on the odd chance you fancy a nibble. All boxes are only £3.49 including delivery. And they fit right through your mail slot, so you don't need to bother signing for them.
On their website you can go through their entire range of foods and rate your favourites according to 'try', 'like' or 'love'. This means that you'll only receive the ones you actually like, and you'll get the ones you love more often. If you change your mind you can change your ratings at any time – so if you suddenly decide you love pistachios or kalamata olives, let them know! Similarly if you receive something that you aren't fond of, you can 'bin' it so you never receive it again.
The choices range from everything from breads, olives and dips, to dried fruit, seeds and nuts. Perhaps the best part is the nifty little mixes they offer, with fun names such as pina colada (coconut flakes, pineapple pieces and mango), billionaire's shortbread (fudge pieces, blanched almonds, milk chocolate drops and cranberries) and cheeky monkey (walnuts, cranberries and banana coins).
To sign up, just visit their website. And here's the best news: your first box is half price!
It is great... when they actually arrive.
No fault of Graze here - they always dispatch boxes on time. But in 6 months, Nearly every one has late by a day or two; and there have been a number that have either gone missing or arrived over a week late.
For that I can only blame Royal Mail.
In about the three months that I've had them delievered, they've always arrived on time. However when I sent one to a friend as a gift it arrived two days late. But you're right, that's no fault of Graze, only Royal Mail.