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

Most of us have some sort of snack danger zone, right? While I have no aversion to nibbling on fruit and vegetable, my danger zone comes in the form of chocolate. The second it is allowed in the house, I am running to save myself from inhaling a bar.

For this reason, I was super excited to find a service called Graze.

Basically, Graze delivers you healthy, natural and – most importantly – delicious snacks to keep you satisfied throughout the day. Literally any UK address that can receive post can receive one of their sumptuous boxes. For only £3.49 a box (it’s enough food to incorporate into meals)!

One thing that really appealed to the control freak in me (who immediately thinks of tasteless seeds and nuts when told about ‘health food‘), is that Graze boxes are completely based on your personal tastes. Once you sign up, there is a control panel where you can view all available snacks and specify whether you like, love, or would like to try them (or never receive them!).

The control panel in itself is fantastic, as you can choose which days you would like to receive snacks, specify holidays, and search through a huge list of foods that are split into helpful categories. The categories are designed to specify whether snacks are packed with omega-3s, fibre, a ‘sweet treat’ (but still super healthy!) and many more fun, enlightening categories.

My very tasty first week went as follows (check the site for each pocket’s content):

Jaffa Cake
Pina Colada
Omega booster seeds
Toffee apple

Sour mango tangtastic
Eleanor’s apple crumble
Super berry detox
Fruity ploughmans

Black pepperdoms
Fruit and seed flapjack
Fennel seed and honey peanuts
Savoury roasted seeds

West country cheddar, red onion and chutney focaccia
Banoffee pie
Honeycomb flapjack

Natural vanilla seeds
Little figgy went to market (Probably the most delicious thing in the world)
Hot cross yum
Beach bum

If you would like a free box to try, Graze have graciously provided me with the coupon codeCBJ8XLL” which you can enter and also get your second box half-priced!