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Newest Review: ... its quick and easy to input your personal preferences so that you don't get anything you don't eat (olives in my case!). I had a voucher for 1 free box and didn't originally want any more than that, and I fully expected it to be one of those 'call this number to cancel your subscription, and wait 3 hours on hold' situations, so I double checked first. Turns out the website is straightforward ... more
Customer graze.com Reviews (98)
by sandra amoa - written on 17/12/13
The snacks taste alright, nothing special. but what i didn't like is the fact that they claimed the first box is Free but yet they take £1 from my account smh
by - written on 13/12/13
"Healthy" snacks for lazy people who don't care about being ripped off! £15 a month for 16 tiny plastic trays of "healthy" nibbles that can be eaten in two mouthfuls! Irritating and over the top pretend mateyness in their communications and on their website. They are a business like any other. You pay £3.50 for four tiny trays of "healthy snacks". Their profit comes out of that. Minus cost of packaging (of which there is a lot), postage and other overheads (wages etc). What little is left over from that £3.50 must be the cost of what you put in your mouth! Think about it! Take the money you would spend on their "healthy snacks" and get the same stuff from a shop. Make up your own. No difference, they'll last longer and you'll get a lot more for a lot less. Fact!
by elizzieb - written on 09/12/13
I think this is good value for money. For £3.89 you get 4 mini snacks delivered each week. I'm only on week 3 but so far I've been hugely impressed by the variety and quality of the snacks. They have an enourmous range of choices on their website, and its quick and easy to input your personal preferences so that you don't get anything you don't eat (olives in my case!). I had a voucher for 1 free box and didn't originally want any more than that, and I fully expected it to be one of those 'call this number to cancel your subscription, and wait 3 hours on hold' situations, so I double checked first. Turns out the website is straightforward and its very simple to cancel ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/10/13 (Very useful, 301 readings)
The Graze concept ============== Graze has been around for a couple of years now. It's basically a mail order service that sends out nutritional snacks in a nifty little box that your postman can get through your letterbox. For £3.98 you get 4 punnets of unusual snacks (they range from flapjacks to little packs of nuts and seeds) and you can choose whether to get them weekly, fortnightly or monthly. The other handy feature of the service to note is that if you end up with a stockpile you can take a break from receiving the boxes without having to cancel completely. I tried them for about six months; thoroughly enjoyed them and then had a bit of a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/10/13 (Very useful, 729 readings)
When I first started trying to eat healthier and lose weight, I was terribly excited about discovering Graze. I could have healthy and delicious snacks already portioned out for me delivered to my door every week and it was a great way of discovering new foods. They were not short of options, from olives, to flapjacks and plenty of nuts and fruit in between there's something for everyone. Graze boasts it's healthy website and separates all its snacks into categories such as "whole nuts" "pure fruit", "natural treats" etc and the user has the option of binning an item should they not wish to receive it, send soon and try. These ... Read the complete review