Getting Kids to Eat Healthy with Nature Box

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Another great monthly subscription box made it’s way to my door! Some of you may have caught on that I’m kind of a granola crunchy mom. I say granola because at any given time there are at LEAST 4 kinds of granola in my house. Me and my family are a rare breed that actually like healthy foods. But getting ahold of them are a little harder for us. We don’t live close to a health food store so we are stuck ordering online.

That’s one of the reasons I like the Nature Box. You can subscribe to this box and it will show up at your door each month with a great supply of snacks. Snacks that you know are going to be good for your family. For only $19.99!

Inside our box we got an assortment of different types to try. Salty to sweet and everything in between.  Sesame Sticks, Big Island Dried Pineapple, Apple Orchard Granola, Umami Nuts, and Pistachio Nut Clusters. When I did the video for this review I did it to a few empty bags because we couldn’t keep our hands off of them. The dried Pineapple was the family favorite. My husband ate it like a bag of potato chips.

Nature Box promises all natural snacks with NO artificial colors, partially hydrogenated oils, trans fats, artificial sweeteners, artificial flavors or high fructose corn syrup. Nutritionist approved and most of them are Vegan. The back even has labels to let you know.

The best part about everything in this box is that my daughter LOVES it. It’s great being about to give her dried fruit instead of a fruit roll up!

So check out Nature Box! You can save $5 on your first box

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  1. My daughter is starting solids soon and I’m looking for healthy snacks as her first foods. So far her only food is Mama’s milk and water.

  2. That sounds like a really good idea. I have lots of stores nearby, but am not fond of shopping. Plus, there is no Trader Joe’s. I’m trying to do healthier foods and less artificial so I’m going to look into this. Thaks!


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Meghan Cooper is a writer, content creator, movie critic, and geek living in Atlanta, Ga. She loves movies, traveling, and lots of coffee. Member of the Southeastern Film Critics Association, Georgia Film Critics Association, and Atlanta Film Critics Circle.

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