Grazing {on Free Healthy Snacks!}

While we were up in Aberystwyth my friend gave me a voucher for a free Graze box.

Have you heard of them?

A graze box is basically a snack box which is sent to you in the post {the box is just the right size for a letter box!} at home or at work. Each box contains four sections filled with natural healthy goodies that you can choose from the Graze website. There are lots of different things to choose from including different breads, flapjacks, seeds, nuts and dips. You can rate the things you like and then they send you out a box on days you choose.
I think it's a really good idea, especially if you get it sent to work to fight though those 11am chocolate cravings!

In my free box this week I received some West Country Cheddar, red onion and chutney focaccia bread, honeycomb flapjack, fiery seeds and some Korean Chilli Rice Crackers. YUM!

Normally boxes are £3.49 including postage and packaging, but today Dreaming of the Country readers you can have one for FREE!

There is no catch...just go to the Graze website and enter the promotional code RH6C5XCC

AND...not only are you getting a snack box FOR FREE. For every person who signs up using that code Graze will donate £1 to their Graze School of Farming in Uganda, which is helping people get out of poverty. Extra bonus!

It'll sign you up for weekly boxes, but if you don't want them once you have received your first FREE box you can cancel and you won't have to pay a penny.
What are you waiting for?  Go sign up with the promotional code RH6C5XCC and make sure you let me know what you get sent!
Graze haven't asked me to promote this, they don't even know I exist, but I think their products are great and I wanted to share the love!

Link up with Camille!


  1. That is so awesome! I bet it wouldn't ship to me in the US though?
    By the way, I tried going to the link you sent me to put in my verse for the viral bible project and it said error every time I tried?! Not sure what I did wrong.

  2. I found your blog from Camille's blog. It caught me off guard when I read that you were in Aberystwyth. My husband visited there years ago and ever since then he has said he wanted to name his kid that. Unfortunately for him, he married me, and I refuse. Anyways, I'm sure it's a lovely place. With lovely snacks!

  3. I really like the idea of these, and signed up for a free box a while ago. The snacks were lovely, but I think they are a bit pricey and was worried about all the packaging as well. Now I bring my own little selection of nibbles from home sometimes in tiny little containers, which gives me the same effect of a mini snack attack buffet.