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Graze Boxes – an Easy Way to Your 5-a-day

I’ve just had notification that my Wednesday Graze box is on the way, which is cool as I’d forgotten all about it. I have been getting Graze boxes once a week now for about 6 weeks or so and they are really great. Wednesday tends to be the day that I stay late at work while Dave takes the kids to their Brazilian Soccer School. The sections in the Graze box have really varied treats, that I don’t end up feeling starving when it gets past 8pm.

So in tomorrows box I’m getting Fresh Pineapple, Uplifting Autumn (a mixture of dried apple, blackcurrant and uplifting goji berries) and dried morello cherries.

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Tomorrows box counts for 4 of my 5-a-day, so all I need to do is have a glass of fresh orange and thats me done! Having the Graze boxes has allowed me to try lots of different foods that I wouldn’t have normally gone out of my way to try such as pumpkin seeks, dried pineapple, goji berries (which are a bit wierd), dried plums and lemon raisins. You can still get yourself a FREE Graze Box by using the code HBZJFTL, so give it a go.

One Comment

  • Dan @ EnviroGadget.com

    Although I love the idea of making it easy for having your 5-a-day fruit and veg, I worry about the air miles on some of these products.

    It would be good for the UK to grow their own tropical fruits (e.g. using greenhouses), or at lease focus on seasonal fruits.

    Perhaps some organic food suppliers should make their own graze boxes, but with seasonal fruits.

    Just a thought… 🙂
    Dan

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