August 14, 2013

Saviour Snacks

saviour snacks
Over the past two weeks I hav chomped my way through my first ever box of Saviour Snacks, and I must say…I’m impressed. Similar to Graze, Saviour Snacks offers healthy snack solutions via subscriptions that suit you best (one-offs, weekly, monthly, fortnightly, etc), only Savour has no trans fats, no hydrogenated or partially hydrogenated fats, no artificial additives, colours or preservatives, no genetically modified foods, no high fructose corn syrup and no MSG.

Um, winning.

Holding a mix of products from brands I love and brands I had yet to love, the pretty little snack box was packed with:
Left to right, top to bottom – Oloves Testy Mediterranean Olives, Landgarten Tamari Soy Snacks, Clearly Scrumptious Simply Dried Strawberries, Saviour’s own Antioxidant Mix, Nutshot Wicked Wasabi Macadamia Nuts, Munchy Seeds Honey Seeds, a Bounce Coconut and Macadamia Protein Ball, Gorgeous Chocolate Heart Company’s Lovebite Raw Chocolate Truffle, Rude Health The Pumpkin Bar, and ProperCorn Worcester Sauce and Sundried Tomato Popcorn.

To boot? The lid keeps a nutritional profile chart to track whether your snacks whether are Vegan, Vegetarian, Gluten Free (though Saviour does offer a completely gluten-free box, if desired), Wheat Free, Dairy Free or Nut Free, suiting specific diets. For health nuts and information lovers, this is a dream.

saviour snacks
saviour snacks

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