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Tasty, Surprising, Nutritious – And Ho-Hum: A Close Look At Snack Subscriptions

July 7, 2020: 12:00 AM EST
Snack subscription services deliver a wide variety of treats to the front door – kettle corn, shrimp crackers, Japanese candy, etc. – in food styles like paleo, gluten-free, keto, vegan, raw, high-protein, and kosher. A pandemic-induced spike in snacking has caused an 85 percent spurt in online searches for "snack delivery" and "snack subscriptions" this year. Food writer Jolene Thym recently sampled a bunch of the snack boxes and shared her conclusions. Among the better ones: AP Munch offers a box with generous packs of tasty, nutritious, and unexpected snacks from Shrooms, b'cuz, Vegan Rob's, and Love Corn, among others; and American Natural Theme Boxes delivers gluten-free selections like Tate's chocolate chip cookies and Dang Coconut Chips. Not so impressive: Snack Sack, whose assortments are basically ho-hum and forgettable, Thym says.[Image Credit: © APmunch]
Jolene Thym, "Taste-Off: The best snack subscriptions - and the merely meh", The Merrcury News, July 07, 2020, © MediaNews Group, Inc.
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