Sunday, 22 January 2017

Chewy Moon Snack box review

This week the kids were sent out a Chewy Moon box filled with yummy healthy snacks, great for packed lunches and after school snacks.


This was a real winner with the kids and they loved the choice of packs, a bonus knowing they are packed full of healthy nutritious ingredients. ( boxes may contain nuts and under 3's could choke on small pieces so supervision required) option to order nut free available. The kids loved all the boxes included and were actually wanting to eat all five in one go! they were tasty and interesting which really appealed to the kids,and the added activity fun packs made them more than just a snack box. 

Our pack contained - 
Happy BBQ - smokey almonds, smokey coconut pecks
Jack N' Berries - strawberry shapes, cranberry, blueberry and flapjack
Freaky Fruits - blackcurrant drops, apricot sticks, cherry cubes, peach cubes, raspberry strips
Jolly Jumble - organic blackcurrant stars, cranberries, apple, hazelnuts
Fantasticos - Pizza balls, edamame beans, baked cheese.



Chewy moon packs were created to allow parents to provide a healthy, appealing snack that children want to eat, by making the packaging appealing and the contents tasty children are learning that snacks can be healthy, tasty and fun and encourage them to make healthier eating choices as they grow. The contents of the boxes are nutritiously balanced to provide fibre, protein and all the vitamins and minerals they need to give them a natural energy boost. Chewy Moon have also created characters that appear on the box and in fun packs within the boxes that make them all the more appealing to young children. 

Chewy moon boxes can be ordered to be delivered on a weekly basis giving your child something to look forward to each week, each box contains five different snack boxes at a cost of £3.95 and 98p postage (first box is free). When you are ordering you are able to give food allergy information or order nut free boxes. If you want to try the box out before placing a weekly order you can opt for a trial box at £4.95 and 98p postage


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