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EMFELIX Posts: 8
7/2/13 3:18 P

I just received my first box last month. Overall the snacks are good, but a few of them are calorie intensive. I was a little concerned about this because a lot of "whole" foods are not low fat and don't sure low-calorie sugar substitutes. I like the fact that the snacks come in 2 - 5 serving portions. I have a hard time not overeating crunchy snacks.

MANDIETERRIER1 Posts: 13,740
1/11/13 1:45 P

I looked at the website. It looks OK, but I feel like I am getting the run around unless I sign on the dotted line. For instance they tell you the snacks for September through December. I cannot find the snacks for January.

I have a feeling that unless you live out in the country, you could get the same snacks for less at the grocery store. And it would be something you know you would like

PBAILEY06 Posts: 349
1/11/13 1:34 P

I haven't tried it but looked at the website. You can see what is provided if you click on Nature Box Foods. Looks like mostly a variety of dried fruit and nut snacks.

When I was in New York, I used to receive organic fruits and vegetables from a group called Urban Organic and it was fun to receive different things and try them out. So this could be a fun way to try new things.

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1/11/13 1:24 P

Does anyone get this? I was wondering what some opinions are? What kind of food do you get? Do you like it? Is it worth the $20?

www.naturebox.com


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