Urthbox Subscription Box Review + Coupon – February 2016 Classic Box

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UrthBox is a healthy food subscription box. In this monthly box you get snacks, beverages, and other goodies with a focus on Non-GMO, Organic and All Natural items. Choose between classic, diet, vegan, and gluten-free, as well as between four sizes of box.

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The contents of the box.  They have a variety of sizes and they all have different monthly costs, with a steep price reduction for longer subscriptions. This is the SMALL CLASSIC and the box is $29.99 per month, down to $19.99 per month on a 6 month plan.

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Setton Farms 100% All Natural Pistachio Chewy Bites: A delicious mini bar that’s made with pistachios (like so many pistachios) squished together with dried cranberries and natural sweeteners. It was delicious, but not overly sweet (and not salty). I would buy more!

Eat Your Coffee Caramel Macchiato Coffee Bar:  From Tom: I liked this a bunch — the coffee flavor wasn’t at all bitter and went really well with the other ingredients.  It had lots of chew and crunch, too!

Sky Water Chill Berry: Non drowsy relaxation drink designed to enhance calm, immunity, and hydration. I could probably use this. I’m the opposite of chill!

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Cofresh Sweet Chilli Caramel Peanuts: these are coated with a lightly sweet crispy shell (really less of a shell and more of a coating – it’s only sugar and chili but it’s perfect) that has a slow medium burn.  They’re delicious and addictive! Coated peanuts are in my top 5 favorite snacks so I was thrilled.

Wild Things Dark Chocolate Cocoa Skinny Dipped Almonds: So good! I can’t complain about chocolate and nuts! The nuts satisfy me for hours.

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Qancha Air-Toasted Heirloom Corn Snack:  These are really unique, as they are made from and heirloom corn that has tall, skinny kernels that roast up crisp instead of overly crunchy.  I was expecting Inca-corn, which are like giant corn-nuts on steroids, but these were delicate and roasty.

Lucky’s Brownie Crisp Triple Chocolate with 72% Dark Chocolate Chunks & Madagascar Vanilla: If you love brownie crisps you will love these. If you don’t love them, well, they’re pretty much a standard brownie crisp except they are gluten free and made without eggs, milk, or nuts. I wouldn’t have ever known except for reading the package after I stuffed them all in my face!

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Jackson’s Honest Barbeque Potato Chips: These are made with Coconut oil and are huge chips with a really great flavor – my favorite new brand of potato chip!

Naan Chips in Tikka Masala: the tagline on these says Indian flavors, American taste. And I don’t even get that because it’s supposed to be little pieces of naan coated with tikka masala flavor. And is it American tastes because it looks like a chip? I feel that the joy of tikka masala is universal.

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SolSimple Solar Dried Organic Bananas: The only ingredient is organic dried bananas – absolutely nothing else – that’s perfect for an on the go healthy snack!

Next by Nature Dark Chocolate Bananas: We’ve had these before and they are absolutely fabulous. They sell them sometimes at Costco!

My middle child loves all banana snacks so I’m saving both of these for one of his snack attacks (he’s so funny – he asks me to find a random snack for him! subscription boxes are perfect for that!)

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Bumble Bar Mixed Nut Medley:  I was a bit surprised to see that this bar isn’t made with any honey, because it tastes very much like it.  Brown rice syrup and cane juice provide plenty of sweetness, but the most impressive feature of the bar is the density of seeds — it is loaded with sesame and flax seeds, giving it a crispy, but not crunchy texture.  Cashews and almonds are also present throughout the bar.

Phive Bar – Original:  this bar is built using the phi (golden) ratio as a guide, balancing carbs, protein, and fat using organic superfoods as main ingredients.  I can’t seem to see how the bar meets the golden ratio or the stated 52, 20, 28% ratio of the phi diet, but I can attest to the taste.  Dates, raisins, nuts and seeds give the bar a chewy texture (but not paleo-gooey) dotted with big crunchy hunks of nuts.  It is not overly sweet, but it still tastes like a treat.

This was a great month for this snack box, lots of tasty treats. You should be aware that this box is a good deal on a long term subscription (which is what we have), but pretty pricey just for one box.

Visit UrthBox to subscribe or find out more! Get $10 off your first box. Use coupon code  PROMO10. Expires 03-31-2016

The Subscription: UrthBox
The Description: Every month get 12-15 fantastic full size products that must pass strict ingredient, sourcing, calorie, nutrition and manufacturing standards. Select from Classic, Gluten-Free, Vegan, or Diet Box Options.
The Price: $24.99 per month

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