SnackSack August 2019 Subscription Box Review & Coupon – Classic

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SnackSack is a monthly subscription service that sends boxes filled to the brim with a combination of organic, non-GMO, gluten-free, all-natural, vegan and fair-trade snacks to your door every month!

SnackSack now offers two new subscriptions – SnackSack Vegan and SnackSack Gluten-Free! Regular SnackSack is still priced at $22 per month, while the new SnackSack Vegan and SnackSack GF will be available for $24 per month. Plans are also offered in 6-month and 12-month options, plus they now ship to Canada!

This is a review of SnackSack Classic Box.

DEAL: Get 10% off the entire lifetime of your subscription with coupon code HELLO or use coupon code HELLO20 to save 20% on your entire plan!

The box features cute doodles on the inner flaps!

Everything arrived stacked neatly in the box with no extra packaging or fillers.

The pamphlet has all the necessary information about the snacks in the box!

This month’s theme is Back to School!

Here’s the list of all the snacks! Snack Sack makes it easy to find the gluten-free, vegan, and non-GMO snacks at a glance.

Everything in the box!

SnackSack Tote Bag. Each month, SnackSack includes a cute tote bag where we can stash our snacks!

The print on the tote is also cute. It definitely describes us, as we’re always snacking!

Bunches Of Crunches Dark Chocolate Coconut Granola ($0.59 Full-Size 1oz.) It’s a superfood granola made with amaranth, millet, and cacao. This snack is best be added to oatmeal or yogurt for an additional sweetness minus the guilt.

Good! Snacks Soft & Tasty Protein Bar ($4) We got two protein bars, one in lemon and one in chocolate peanut butter flavor. They’re both soft, tasty, and nutritious since they’re plant-based. The bars are also non-GMO and made without gluten, soy, or dairy. Each bar is packed with protein with less sugar content compared to your regular snack bar. It’s a handy snack that would definitely help you to keep going.

Mr. Nature Unsalted Energizer Mix ($0.48) Another perfect outdoor snack is this pack of energizer mix. It contains peanuts, raisins, walnuts, almonds, and sunflower kernels, each offering a distinct texture that makes them enjoyable to munch on. They’re also unsalted, perfect if you’re avoiding too much sodium intake.

Life’s Grapes Vine-Dried Grapes ($0.96) Fruit snacks are our alternatives for candies, and these dried grapes definitely fit the bill. No extra sugar was added, so they taste as natural as possible. Also, instead of the usual drying method, they’re vine-dried so the flavors are well preserved. They are also gluten-free, vegan, paleo, kosher, and non-GMO.

From The Ground Up Butternut Squash Pretzels ($0.74) It’s a kosher and vegan pretzel snack made from butternut squash and other real vegetable ingredients. Each piece is satisfyingly crunchy and they’re not too salty either. These are also certified to be non-GMO and gluten-free, making them the perfect snack alternative for your usual greasy pretzels! These do also use cauliflower flour, so they do have that taste, like the next item.

From The Ground Up Cauliflower Crackers in Cheddar Flavor ($0.83) Yes, you read that right, these crackers are made with cauliflower! Each piece is dusted with a sumptuous cheddar cheese flavor, an instant hit for a cheese lover like me. This snack is also gluten-free and non-GMO.

Oogie’s Snacks Gourmet Popcorn ($4.69 Full-Size 1oz.) We’ve tasted Oogie’s popcorn before but in another variant. This time, we’re trying out the buttered one. It was only slightly salty, but 100% tasty. Each piece was crunchy as well. They’re even gluten-free, whole-grain, and non-GMO!

Tomer Kosher Kosher Beef Stick ($1.08) If you are looking for a quick, handy, and satisfying snack, this beef stick is a must-try. It’s primarily made from Angus beef chuck, which is sourced and cooked in the USA. Savory flavors ooze from each bite, making it really irresistible. This snack is also a great source of protein!

PopChips Yes Peas in Himalayan Salt ($0.83) Here’s a healthy alternative for regular potato chips! These vegan popped peas are made with green and yellow peas and a hint of oil and salt. Each piece is so crunchy, lightly salted, and non-greasy. I remember trying this before and it was really great even then!

Bubba’s Fine Foods Kettle Cooked Grand Garlic Parm Nana Chips ($0.44) They put a new twist to the usual banana chips by adding sea salt, garlic, onion, basil, oregano, rosemary, and black pepper. They’re really savory that you might think they’re potato chips! These chips are made with green saba bananas and are also kettle-cooked, which means they’re crunchier and more flavorful than the usual fried snacks.

Wholesome Cinnamon Organic Bears ($0.18) It’s a pack of organic gummy bears infused with cinnamon! They’re chewy and flavorful, and they don’t stick on my teeth either. These gummy candies are even gluten-free, vegan, and kosher!

SnackSack never fails! Every box from them is jampacked with healthy and yummy snacks, like this month’s box that included healthy versions of chips plus plant-based goodies. My kids loved the tasty pretzels and cinnamon-flavored gummy bears the most. It was also nice to see some old favorites such as the vegan popped chips and popcorn. This subscription is definitely a great way of discovering healthy snack alternatives and energy-boosting munchies! It’s just perfect for heavy snackers like our family and also for those who are health-conscious!

What do you think of this month’s SnackSack Classic?

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