Best snack subscription boxes of 2022

We may have been taught to eat three full meals a day, but we just can’t imagine 24 hours without a snack break. And whether you crave sugar, salt, or both, or are on a diet, or like the idea of ​​a unique treat to break your afternoon depression, there’s a snack service. by subscription that will keep your emergency food drawer properly stocked.

We’ve searched high and low for the tastiest boxes that offer a bit of everything. Do you like Japanese, Mexican or Russian culture? Eating keto or vegan and fighting for good options? Do you have a penchant for anything jerky? Read on for more details on our favorites. While you’re here, check out our list of healthy snack ideas, keto-friendly snack ideas, and healthy food delivery services.

Sweeten things up by bringing a taste of Mexico to your doorstep with this subscription service packed with authentic Mexican candies and snacks. The boxes are available in three different sizes, with the “Pequeña” box filled with 10-15 pieces, the “Mediana” box with 15-25 pieces, and the “Grande” box with enough snacks to share with the whole family.

Get a taste of Japan from the comfort of your own home with a monthly delivery of Japanese snacks, teas and sweets from Bokksu. Each themed, curated box contains 20-24 items (think Buddha gummies, red snapper cheese crackers, handmade yuzu sake candies, red bean fritters, and organic teas). Choose from monthly, three-month, six-month, and 12-month plans. Oh, and shipping from Japan is free. Check out our full Bokksu review here.

If healthier eating is on your menu, you’ll love receiving a monthly box from this service that offers four snack options: classic, gluten-free, vegan, and both vegan and gluten-free. With 11 to 15 snacks packed inside, old boxes included Sweet Chaos Peppermint Crispy Popcorn, Clif Bar Dark Chocolate Mocha Bars and Siete Tortilla Chips. Healthy suddenly looks delicious.

Another subscription service offering goodies from Japan, this service curates boxes filled with a variety of items. Snack styles include the original with 10 candies and a DIY kit, while the umai crate includes Japanese instant noodles. If past deals like Apple Coke, Strawberry Sparkling Wine KitKat, or Iron Boss Energy Drink intrigue you, it’s time to sign up.

Keto dietitians, meat lovers, and CrossFit enthusiasts, rejoice! This subscription service will keep you well-stocked with unique jerky flavors from artisanal jerky brands, with all items containing less than 5 grams of sugar per serving. Sizes include two, four, six or eight bags and past boxes included filet mignon, habanero buffalo sauce, Korean barbecue, sriracha style barbecue and orange teriyaki. Perfect to throw in your gym bag for a post-workout treat.

Whether you’re of Russian descent or simply fascinated by all things Soviet, this box, filled with authentic Eastern European snacks, will satisfy your hunger while providing you with a bit of the nation’s culture. . Packed with one to two large items and five to 10 small or medium items, each box also includes a cultural item (think crafts, games, souvenirs, etc.). Large items can be tea, jam, Turkish delight, cookies or crackers. Small or medium sized items can be chocolate bars, gummies, nougats or wafers. Nostrovia!

Don’t like the usual vending machines or gas station snacks? Stay stocked with premium artisan treats with this subscription service that helps make snack time special. Filled with healthier ingredients (like no added chemicals), you’ll be snacking on foods like maple pecans, dried mango, habanero jerky, or chocolate mint energy bars.

Buy for the office? Sizes range from 15 snacks per box to 150. You’ll also feel good knowing that for every box delivered, SnackNation is donating a meal to a hungry family through a partnership with Feed America. A win-win.

In our mind, eating too much popcorn does not exist. Whether it’s break time, movie time, or, frankly, dinner time, eat with this subscription that sends you three unique 3-ounce flavors every month. Nut-free, peanut-free, and gluten-free, and fresh just days before it ships, flavors include cinnamon roll, horchata, ghost pepper popcorn, and pickle. Popcorn addicts, this one’s for you.

Whether you eat keto, paleo, vegan, or gluten-free, Bunny James has a snack box with your name on it. Each option includes seven snacks from trusted brands that will help curb your appetite without sacrificing your diet. Past keto-themed boxes included lupini beans, cheddar protein puffs, keto cookies, and almond butter.

Paleo subscribers enjoyed the chia juice, dry roasted pumpkin seeds, pistachios and coconut chips. In recent vegan boxes? Protein cookies, toaster pastries and vegan jerky. And for the gluten-free vegan? Grain-free puffs, nacho bean chips, dairy-free cheddar chips and plant-based protein bars are just some of the offerings that have landed in recent boxes.

Vegans can struggle to find on-the-go snacks, so take the guesswork out of what to eat when hunger pangs strike with this family-sized box that contains over 10 items specially designed for plant-eaters. From oatmeal and protein bars to chips and puffs to noodle soup and hot sauce to hot chocolate and seltzer water, it’s a fun (and delicious) way to discover new vegan products.

Daily harvest

If smoothies are your go-to snack, you’ll love Daily Harvest’s delicious plant- and fruit-based options. Instead of your typical fries or pretzels, you’ll find smoothies, balls, soups, bites and more with a focus on fruits and vegetables. Each serving of food is frozen and starts at $5.99, with various discounts depending on the plan you choose. Have a sweet tooth? Check out our review of Daily Harvest’s dairy-free ice cream.

When the 4 p.m. snack attack hits, do you find yourself looking for something salty? You might want to plan ahead by ordering this subscription service that includes at least two bags of high-quality jerky (sometimes a jerky stick will also make its way into the box). Meats included pork, turkey, wild boar and elk, with flavors such as orange teriyaki, umami and garlic ginger. Free of MSG, nitrates, and high fructose corn syrup, they’re keto and paleo diet-friendly – and taste buds alike.

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