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You can get both raisins and cranberries infused with a variety of things at my local whole foods. You can also buy Nakd infused raisins in all the Graze flavors for around 12 dollars for a pack of 18 online or at my local snack store. Plaint old craisins have  infused cranberry flavors.  If you are so inclined you can also infuse your own raisins and cranberries.

 

Most but not all of the graze snacks are in reality dupe-able if you have the inclination and spare time.

 

I am not meaning to rain on your parade and am genuinely glad you find good value in the box, though I don't agree at a $6.50 price tag.   :D

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I am not meaning to rain on your parade and am genuinely glad you find good value in the box, though I don't agree at a $6.50 price tag. :D

I contacted Graze about the increase and was happy to discover that I was locked into the $6 rate :D - I hesitated at the increase, not because of the value, but because it cut into the total $ amount I had set aside for my subscription box addiction :D

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I'm quitting Graze... after giving it a good little run, I just don't see the value. What you get for the $ is pretty small, which would be okay if all four snacks each time were unique and different. But so many of their snacks are just pretty plain nut and/or fruit mixes that I can dupe at the grocery store... and even though I went through and "trashed" all the boring things, two out of the four things in my last box were things I'd trashed. That was the straw that broke the camel's back. I agreed to their "please don't go" box at half-price (just because there are a couple of snacks I still wish I'd gotten the chance to try), but then I'm gone.

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I pay for Graze ($6 rate) for the fun factor. It's a little, fun thing during my sometimes-dull workday--I like taking out the little pouches and the surprise factor. So for me, the value is in the experience, not the cost of the actual snacks. It's like a small care package I get every week and I love it!

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I pay for Graze ($6 rate) for the fun factor. It's a little, fun thing during my sometimes-dull workday--I like taking out the little pouches and the surprise factor. So for me, the value is in the experience, not the cost of the actual snacks. It's like a small care package I get every week and I love it!

Yeah, I felt that way for a while, but then I started noticing all the unwanted, uninteresting snacks piling up in the cabinet! Sigh. If only they could have all been as awesome as Hot Cross Yum.

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Yeah, I felt that way for a while, but then I started noticing all the unwanted, uninteresting snacks piling up in the cabinet! Sigh. If only they could have all been as awesome as Hot Cross Yum.

Hot Cross Yum is a fav :D

 

Mine never last long enough to pile up...what I don't consume right away (usually new mixes) gets put in my bag for work or on the go snacking. :)

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I'm actually eating Hot Cross Yum at work right now! 

 

I just got a weekly sub recently and I'm enjoying it so far.  They are convenient for me to take to work.  I'll probably ditch Graze and start making my own once i get a feel for the flavor combinations I like. 

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I feel like the quality was better when it shipped from England. I have it at once a month and pay $5.00. They suckered me out of quitting with the half price box.

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I feel like the quality was better when it shipped from England. I have it at once a month and pay $5.00. They suckered me out of quitting with the half price box.

The products are from England, it's simply distributed from NJ

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I've been getting boxes for a few months.  I like them but there's one thing that really annoys me.  I have products that I have marked as like or love and I feel as though I never receive them.  Yet, if I have a product in "try" since I haven't tried it yet I will receive that product a few times.  For example, I had received a snack but hadn't gotten around to trying it and it was still marked as "try" and a few weeks later I was sent it again.  This has happened at least three times so far.  I find it frustrating because I have products I would like to receive again but haven't.  Also, on their website they have so many different snacks but I feel like I also am seeing the same snacks over and over again.  For now I'm keeping Graze.  I really do like some of the snacks a lot and enjoy getting them each week.

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They have a kitchen in New Jersey. I remember they switched it a few months after they started. They were shipping from England at first to test the waters and then they opened up a US kitchen, they sent e-mail about it when people were getting upset about the shipping taking so long from the UK.

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I've been getting boxes for a few months. I like them but there's one thing that really annoys me. I have products that I have marked as like or love and I feel as though I never receive them. Yet, if I have a product in "try" since I haven't tried it yet I will receive that product a few times. For example, I had received a snack but hadn't gotten around to trying it and it was still marked as "try" and a few weeks later I was sent it again. This has happened at least three times so far. I find it frustrating because I have products I would like to receive again but haven't. Also, on their website they have so many different snacks but I feel like I also am seeing the same snacks over and over again. For now I'm keeping Graze. I really do like some of the snacks a lot and enjoy getting them each week.

It may help, if you rate your current box of snacks before the next shipment. I rated "hot cross yum" as a love when I first got it, and received it again about a month later.

 

At first, they send out just "try" snacks and after a while they send a mix of "try" "like" and "love" - been with them since May and my last box had 1 "try" 1 "like" and 2 "love" snacks. :D

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It may help, if you rate your current box of snacks before the next shipment. I rated "hot cross yum" as a love when I first got it, and received it again about a month later.

 

At first, they send out just "try" snacks and after a while they send a mix of "try" "like" and "love" - been with them since May and my last box had 1 "try" 1 "like" and 2 "love" snacks. :D

Your last box seems like a good mixture of products.  I'll try this out.  Hopefully it helps.  Thanks :)

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Graze now has a waitlist to try their "big bag" products!  Five bags for 25 (inc shipping).

 

I can have chili honey almonds for more than 5 minutes!!!

 

I'd be happier with this option depending on how good it is. Waitlist, here I come!

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