REVIEW: Saviour Snack Box

Grabbing healthy snacks on the go or in the office can be tricky, but Saviour snack box is the latest scheme designed to help you eat well with minimal effort.

All Saviour snack boxes are curated to meet their nutritional non-negotiable standards, which means…

Saviour smart healthy snacking

  • No trans fats
  • No hydrogenated or partially hydrogenated fats
  • No artificial additives, colours or preservatives
  • No genetically modified foods
  • No high fructose corn syrup
  • No MSG
  • Only real ingredients that you can pronounce

In short, all of the snacks are made from natural ingredients and are a nutritious way to stave off hunger between meals.

Snack boxes are available on a weekly, fortnightly or monthly subscription service, or you can buy a one-off Saviour box if you’re interested in trying it out without commitment. At £15 plus £2.22 postage per ‘Original Saviour’ box, it may seem pricier than other snack subscription services, but you will receive 10 carefully selected snacks, which when bought individually would cost more than this.

We tried the Original Saviour box and were impressed with the selection including popcorn, an antioxidant nut mix, Munchy Seeds, a Bounce protein ball and dried strawberries amongst other things. There was a diverse mix of both savoury and sweet snacks with none of them weighing in at more than 350 calories.

Saviour snack box review

In terms of quality, we can’t fault the service or selection from Saviour, and with the launch of their new gluten-free snack boxes, they’re set to be a strong rival to other healthy snacking subscription services.

For more information and to order Saviour snack boxes visit their website.

Have you tried Saviour snack boxes?

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