December 25, 2012

Food Blog: Sprig Box

A great way for people to enjoy a healthy treat or for the on-the-go individual snacker.
If there ever was a bandwagon to jump on, this is the one. Go ahead, conform to the limitless possibilities of deliciousness. Welcome to the Spring family!

 Sprig is a monthly subscription service that provides delicious, gluten free, organic and vegan nutritional snacks curated by people passionate about a healthy lifestyle. : )
                                                      Sprig Promo Code: SNACK15
This is everything I received in my November Sprig box. 
The awesome people at Sprig carefully curate an assortment of foods from small-batch producers emphasizing on organic, gluten-free, and vegan based goods.
Sprig ships for free on the 10th of each month. 100% Guaranteed.

I'm getting more and more familiar with organic snack brands. I've seen a few of the above before!
 There are three different size boxes to pick from similar to Healthy Surprise (as seen HERE).
My November box is "The Mini-Snacker," which contains 10-13 servings per box.
$26.95 per month. I like that you can budget a certain amount of money to get monthly unique, healthy conscious snacks. It can saves you time and money in the long haul. Committing to a snack box can help you cut back on those impulse shopping trips at Trader Joe's and Wholefoods! I'm so guilty of this in the past - it gets way too easy to spend more than you intended to while at Wholefoods!
These treats are so great for packing lunches for work!
I look forward to trying the Corn Tortilla Chips by Shagbark Seed and Mill. *Update* These chips are so good!! They're on the thicker side and have a really yummy crunch! I will definitely be looking for these in stores!! Thanks Sprig!

How delicious does the Tart Cherry Almond Cacao trail mix sound? :)
New snack bars and a cookie to try!
The smaller silver lavender pouch is Instant Tender Coconut Water Powder. I didn't even know such a wonder existed! I absolutely love coconuts and coconut water especially Healthy Harvest.

Food subscription boxes make a lot of sense to me. They're really good for those who lead a busy lifestyle. They're especially great for college students who might not have the time or easy access to the grocery stores. You can cut down the time you spend searching for new healthy snacks too. It's nice to know that you can allocate a certain amount of money aside each month for healthier snacks and not impulse shop for treats while at the marketplace! Win, win. ;)

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!


  1. o0o0o this would be perfect for me. I love to snack so much, but I'm always snacking on unhealthy stuff.

    1. We're trying to cut back on the unhealthy snacks at our house. It's definitely an adjustment but everyone feels healthier now than 2 months ago. :)


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