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By Brittany Whelan
Vegancuts Snack Box
You don’t have to be vegan in order to enjoy vegan products. Vegancuts wants you to live your life freely, whether their snacks are followed up by a hamburger or not. The ultimate goal of the Vegancuts team is to deliver on trust. Trust that your beauty products are cruelty-free. Trust that your food redefines quality standards. Support and explore a variety of businesses that are carefully hand-selected by the Vegancuts Marketplace for distribution. Who knows what you’ll find?
Information card! Each Vegancuts snack assortment comes with a concise description of the brand and snack for reference if you decide to buy more of any of the treats.
Vegancuts Marketplace! Looking for a specific kind of snack and don’t want to go through the subscription service? The Vegancuts Marketplace offers bulk packages of individual products too!
Flexible subscriptions! Need to give your wallet a breather? Skipping a month with ease and without worry.
What We Don’t Like
Not all the snacks are gluten-free! Make sure to check the nutrition facts carefully. Boxes are put together with the intent of creating a balanced tasting experience. Some products may contain gluten.
Feelings of fullness vary! Some snacks hit the spot while other servings felt a little too light.
Vegancuts Snack Box Review: August Box
Vegancuts promises at least ten snacks in each of their boxes. I received eleven individual snacks across nine brands.
The Brands: Ka-Pop, Fooze Balls, Raw Rev, Bakery on Main, GoGo squeeZ, Homefree, Route 11, Hungry Buddah, Go Big Energy
The Snacks: Red and Green Sriracha Puffs, PBJ Nut Butter Bites, Birthday Cake Bar, Chocolate Chip Cookie Bar, Extreme Fruit and Nut Granola, Amazing Apple GoGo BIG squeeZ, Spunky Strawberry GoGo BIG squeeZ, Gingersnap Cookies, Sea Salt Potato Chips, Coconut Cocoa Keto Bar, Blood Orange Ginger Shot
Red and Green Sriracha Puffs! My mouth may have had to undergo a serious cooldown, but it was worth it. Four serving sizes in the bag and very filling.
PBJ Nut Butter Bites! I wasn’t sure what to think of the 100% plant-based outer shell of this Fooze Ball snack, but it was just as soft as bread. Tastier too!
Gingersnap Cookies! I’m not usually a big fan of ginger, but these were perfect bite-sized treats.
Birthday Cake and Chocolate Chip Cookie Bars! Finding a flavor that can dominate over the amount of protein condensed into bars like these can be tough, but Raw Rev nailed it. Had the tasting been blind, I definitely would have been able to name the inspiration behind these snacks.
Blood Orange Ginger Shot! By far the smallest wellness shot I’ve ever tried, but just as effective as the best of them.
The Vegancuts snack box subscription can be set for a recurring monthly price or prepaid at a one time charge for three, six, or twelve months. Shipping is free for residents of the United States, $6.95 for Canadian residents, and $14.95 for international customers. The rates of the subscriptions are as follows:
Vegancuts doesn’t cheat you on a spectrum of experience, but there are definitely snacks I wanted more of in my box. If you think going vegan means sacrificing your tastebuds, give this subscription a try. Even if you’re not vegan or looking to explore the lifestyle, these snacks are just as good if not better than any other standard delivery service out there. The brands are thoroughly researched. The products are ethically sourced. The promise is variety and it satisfies.