We give you a list of the best food subscription boxes that give you monthly doses of delicious vegan snacks
Editor’s Pick – The Really Good Box — £20 a month (free p&p)
This box is really very good. It is a holistic box with a bit of everything included for the ethical consumer. The Really Good Box always use vegan, cruelty-free items and where possible use fair-trade brands. The items in the box range from food, wellbeing products, cosmetics and household items. Each box is 100 per cent recycled cardboard & a portion of the cost of is donated to Depaul UK, a charity whose mission is to end homelessness. So, what’s inside? You will get different brands every month but recently the box has included a range of teas, meditation books, clif bars, biona jelly dino sweets and seed and bean organic chocolate bars.
VITL Vegan Essentials – £32.99 a month (including p&p)
VITL believe that a great day starts with you feeling your best, and you need the right balance of nutrients to feel 100 per cent. When you subscribe to VITL you receive a 28-day supply of tearable strips, each containing 4 daily vegan supplements formulated for optimal health. With multivitamins, omega 3 and a whole host of antioxidants, you’ll have everything you need to support all areas of wellbeing to help your body function its best.
The Vegan Kind Lifestyle Box — £10 a month (excluding p&p)
The Vegan Kind was founded by Karris and Scott McCulloch in 2013 after hours wasted trying to find products SFV in supermarkets. The business is small and family focused with a strong link to animal charities. 10p from each box is donated to a different animal charity each month, voted for by their Facebook followers. So far The Vegan Kind has donated to over 30 charities including Greyhound Gap, Teen VGN and Lotus Sanctuary. Recently featured brands include Proper Corn, moo free, Almighty Foods and Good Hemp. The Vegan Kind delivers their lifestyle box worldwide and offer gift subscriptions for 3, 6 and 12 months.
Vegan Cuts Snack Box – $22.95 a month (excluding p&p)
This US box ships worldwide and is perfect for any homesick American friends you may have living in the UK or for those who love classic flavours from across the Atlantic such as peanut butter and jam or Ranch/Tex Mex. Each month you will receive at least 10 vegan products to try and each product is tried and tested by the team before sharing it with their subscribers so you know it will be a good product.
Graze — £3.99 for four snacks (free p&p)
Graze was one of the first major food subscription boxes on the scene. Not all of the products are vegan, although they now have nearly 90 products which are SFV. Delightful, and mostly healthy, treats include Super Maca Flapjack, Triple Berry Smoothie and Protein Peanut Butter Dipper with Baked Hemp Sticks. To ensure that you only receive snacks suitable for vegans, you can use the filter on your food preferences page and each snack has a full ingredients list on the website.
The Vegan Goodness Box— £8.50-£17.95
The Goodness Project aims to give you a healthier, greener and kinder box and comes in three sizes; the letterbox-friendly goodness box, mini goodness box and maxi goodness box. Treats including nut butters, strawberry muesli minis and booja booja truffles have recently been featured by The Vegan Goodness Box recently. This all natural, no nasties box is sure to excite every month.