This February 2018 UrthBox review is actually of the January 2018 Box.
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UrthBox is a subscription box that sends out full size healthy snacks, beverages and more. There are 4 different box options (Classic, Gluten Free, Diet, and Vegan) and 5 different sized boxes:
- Mini: contains 6+ snacks and is $19.99/month
- Small: contains 12+ snacks and is $29.99/month
- Medium: contains 18+ snacks and is $39.99/month
- Large: contains 25+ snacks and is $49.99/month
- Office: contains 100+ snacks and is $199.00/month
You can also purchase a 3 or 6 month subscription to save $10 or $30 off of the total.
Shipping is free in the U.S.A., $6.95/box to Canada, and $14.95/box worldwide.
February 2018 UrthBox Review (of the January 2018 UrthBox)
I received this box on January 31, 2018, hence the February 2018 heading. I’m not sure if boxes always arrive this late in the month, but definitely something to take into consideration, should you choose to order.
This review is of the medium diet box, which contains 18+ snacks. The regular monthly price is $39.99.
Performance Inspired-Bar in Chocolate Brownie Blast ($2.92): this is a high protein bar that’s made with probiotics. I really like that this one only has 5 net carbs and 18 grams of fiber, as well!
FlavaBar ($2.40): FlavaBars contain 500mg of cocoa flavanols which are antioxidant supernutrients. This bar contains crystallized ginger and Saigon cinnamon as well. You can see the ginger in it and there is just a hint of cinnamon flavor. It’s delicious!
Zone Perfect Mini Bars in Chocolate Peanut Butter ($1.00): Zone Perfect bars are pretty popular. I’ve never had them before, but chocolate peanut butter is one of my favorite combinations, so I’m sure I’ll love these!
Rowdy Bar in Chocolate Coconut Cashew ($2.92): I’ve never heard of this brand before, but this flavor sounds absolutely delicious! These bars are gluten free, dairy free, non-gmo, and low glycemic. They also contain prebiotics.
Grandy Oats Original Coconola ($1.00): this granola is grain free and paleo! I love that the carb count is much lower than most other traditional granolas. This is made with coconut, nuts, seeds, and more! I’ve already claimed this one as mine and have a feeling it’s going to become a regular in our home!
Quinn Snacks Popcorn ($2.00): this popcorn comes in a Pure Pop Bag. It’s the only popping bag or box with no chemical coating, no susceptor, and no plastic. Definitely makes you question why other popcorn companies haven’t started making these changes!
SuperSeeds Gourmet Pumpkin Seeds ($4.15): we use pumpkin seeds all the time in our salads and in a curry I sometimes make. I sometimes just eat them by the handful, they are so good!
Pacific Organic Almond Milk ($1.00): we drink almond milk regularly in our home, but usually the unsweetened variety. My son was super excited to see this regular variety in here and claimed it immediately!
B Fresh Gum in Cinnamon ($1.47): sweetened with 100% xylitol, this gum also contains 300% RDI Vitamin B12. As a former dental hygienist, I’ve had lots of xylitol products and this one taste on par with most others. However, the added vitamin B12 is nice to have!
Tomer Kosher Cajum Beef Stick ($1.40): I like the fact that this beef stick has ingredients I can understand! My fiancé snatched this one right up!
Butter Pouch: this actually goes with the Quinn Popcorn, but I didn’t realize that when I initially took the photos. I was just confused as to why a diet box contains a butter pouch. With that said, it is nice that it’s optional!
Hampton Farms Salted Roasted Peanuts ($0.33): these seem to be just regular peanuts, but a great snack option!
Karma Wrapped Cashews ($1.92): to show how little I actually know about cashews (which I love), I had no idea they have “skins,” let alone that the skin contains nutrients that are good for you! I’m intrigued for sure!
Torie & Howard Chewie Fruits ($4.00): this is a pretty good size bag of candy! While I appreciate getting 100% of vitamin C in a serving of 5 candies, I’m not quite convinced these are “diet” food.
Seattle Gummy Company Multivitamin Fruit Bites ($2.75): one packet of these blueberry fruit bits is equal to one serving of fruit and considered a daily multivitamin! I love that there is no added sugar!
Zellee Organic Fruit Jel ($2.00): my oldest son ate this before I could even read everything about it! He said it was delicious and keeps asking me when I’m going to order more!
BioSteel Protein Powder ($8.00): we actually use quite a bit of protein powder, but have never tried this brand. The reviews I’ve read are pretty good though!
Napz Sleep Aid ($16.99): UrthBox’s website does state that you will receive snacks, beverages, and more! I suppose this is the “and more” portion of this box. Napz is an all natural short term sleep aid. Unfortunately, we won’t use it.
Awake Caramel Chews ($1.20): each one of these caramel chews contains 50mg of coffee. That’s equivalent to half of a cup of coffee! For those who love their caffeine, these are easy to toss in your bag and go!
The total value of this January 2018 UrthBox is approximately $57.45 based on prices found online at the time this post was written. That’s actually a great value for a food box, even considering the highest prices item (Napz) won’t get used.
I’m also not sure I would call all of these items “diet” really, but definitely healthy! Being that we are a family of 4, almost everything will be eaten!
I think UrthBox is a great way to discover new snacks and beverages. A lot of these brands aren’t available where I grocery shop. Now I know which ones are worth ordering full packages of! There was also quite a few coupon codes to save on online purchases of a lot of these products!
Interested in trying out UrthBox for yourself? Head on over to the UrthBox website to save $10 off of your first order!