NatureBox Makes Snacking Safe
Our house is full of Nascar and NFL fans. Snacking can quickly turn into the fourth or fifth meal of the day if portions and options are not monitored. Recently I was offered a sample box from NatureBox. This company offers a monthly subscription on “better” choices for snacks. They also offer Vegan and Non-GMO products.
My favorite snack in the pack was the Praline Pumpkin Seeds. These are the snack that you hide from your crew and just grab a handful every time you walk past them.
These Honey Dijon Pretzels were also a hit! They had a nice bite to them and didn’t require dipping which made snacking a lot easier for the little ones.
And since our family loves jerky…this bag did not last long! Even the little ones were asking for more turkey jerky. They thought the name was just too funny and kept saying it over and over while they danced around. Turkey Jerky, Turkey Jerky..hehehehehe
Here is how the program works:
- 1 Pick your plan. Choose the number of snacks and delivery frequency that’s right for you. Each snack has between 3-5 servings.
- 2 Pick your snacks. With over 100 tasty options, NatureBox has something for everyone, all with zero artificial nonsense and high-quality ingredients you can trust. Fill your NatureBox with the bold flavors you crave, like White Cheddar Jalapeño Popcorn, Sweet Blueberry Almonds, and Dark Cocoa Nom Noms.
- 3 Select your delivery frequency. Options are Once a week, Every 2 weeks and Once a Month.
This subscription plan can be changed or cancelled at any time. And for a limited time, they are offering a 50% discount off your first box to give these snack a try. Visit NatureBox for more information or to order your first box at 50% off which is $9.97 including shipping.
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