If you’ve bought anything in any shop in the last few years, especially online, you have probably come across vouchers for a free Graze box at some point. Their promotional campaign has been going strong for years, but you may still not have claimed your free box. It turns out that now is as good a time as any to try it out for yourself!

Essentially, Graze offers a regular subscription service for snacks. It’s not hard to find special offers (or get a referral code from a friend) which allow you to get your 1st, 5th and 10th boxes free, provided you pay £3.99 per box for the rest until then. The premise is that you can enjoy healthy, convenient and tasty food delivered right to your door. What’s not to like?

Graze Box

When you sign up, they make the process extremely quick and simple, although it’s possible to spend a while on the site once you realise the entire menu is there to peruse. First you have the chance to rule out any particular ingredients you don’t like, which automatically labels some of the menu choices as “binned”. You can then look through the whole selection and score things according to your level of interest. This should affect how likely you are to receive each item in your box.

There are tons of sweet and savoury choices in there, so most people shouldn’t struggle to keep a long list of potential options on there. A few items are ruled out by default because Graze anticipates that not everyone might like them, such as anything that includes meat, but you can just as easily opt in to try them.

The great thing about Graze is that the delivery system is pretty flexible once you’ve got into a routine and know what food you’re interested in. You can have your box delivered every one or two weeks, plus you can change the day it’s delivered on up until the day before it’s due to be sent out. You can even hit a “snooze” button, which is great if you play to be away for a week or so. It’s a good idea to try your box for a few weeks and see if you can get more value out of it by switching your day or refining the list of snacks you try, but there are so many on the list you shouldn’t get bored in a hurry.

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