So the official Mummies Club tasters (by three boys) were super excited today as their new Graze Kids Boxes arrived in the post. For those of you who don’t know about Graze (where have you been?) its ’s a brilliant subscription box service for yummy snacks. They now have a fabulous range of products for kids as well as their grown up snacks.Here are my top 6 favourite things about the new Graze Kids box.
No. 1Their arrival in the post with each child’s name on is super sweet. When you order you simply let Graze know your child’s name (or nickname) and they label the box.
No. 2They don’t contain “nasties”.Full nutritional details are in each box, and they are so much better than sweets and biscuits, they have a good shelf life and if that wasn’t enough the box is biodegradable, recyclable and made from sustainable wood. What’s not to like?
No. 3They contain a good varietyFor regular orders you can personalise your choices online and remove things you weren’t so keen on. They have some different products from the everyday supermarket stuff for kids, my boys loved the flapjacks, the eldest ate most of them and the mini breadsticks and dips were divine.
No. 4The inside of the box is interactive. Each box has little hand drawn pictures of food inside, the idea is your child matches their snacks to the pictures, this was great as my youngest boy is 3 (and can’t read yet) so he loved the fact he could do the same as his older brothers.
No. 5They come with a little game sheet. Each box comes with a personalised game sheet for each child with a graze cartoon character. We had Monster le box, Letterbox face and Goody Girl.
No.6They have a reward scheme that supports the graze school of farming in Uganda. To date they have donated just short of £150,000 to help students “how themselves out of poverty”
No. 7They’re are good value for money.At £3.95 a box they aren’t super cheap but when you consider what is in the box and the packaging they are really good value. You could use the individual boxes in packed lunches or order some boxes for a different spin on your childs next birthday party.Blog by Chloe x