Posted on Leave a comment

Review: The Nutribox

Nutribox offered to send a wee box of delicious nutritious snacks to try.  The snacks come boxed and straight to our doors.   They have a healthy eating approach to living and they only want to have snacks that are both nutritious and tasty to send out to their customers.

Nutri Box3

All the snacks are gluten free and suitable for vegetarians which means they are suitable for most of us.   There are two options when ordering, ie to have a full box or a mini box to try some of the snacks, or to give as a gift.

We tried the mini nutri box but not the vegan one.

There were mixed reactions from the kids as to the taste of some of the snacks, but the red chilli cashews and the brownie were very popular indeed.

Nutri Box Chilli Cashews

Nutri Box Brownie

I like a piece of chocolate, but I’d have to say I’d give the chocolate bar a miss as it just wasn’t to my taste.

Nutri Box2

All boxes come with a mix of energy boosting dried fruit and nut mixes, energy bars and raw ingredients.  At first when I looked at the price of the boxes, my thoughts went to how expensive they seemed to be, but when I priced some similar items in supermarkets and online stores, the price seemed to make much much more sense as the retail price of raw ingredients and snacks like these seems to be very high.

We all enjoyed some of the snacks, but I’d have to seriously think twice about signing up for an online monthly box.  The easy cancellation option makes it a good option for a gift and I may send one to a friend later in the year as I think this would be perfect as a present.

Disclaimer: I was provided with a Nutribox Mini for Review