MunchPak: May 12, 2014 Review

MunchPak (aka Munch Pack or MunchBox) is a snack subscription box featuring foods from around the world.  Starting at $7.95, it’s available in three sizes and can be shipped weekly, biweekly,  or monthly.

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MunchPak kindly sent me a box to review. I believe it’s the FamilyPak,  or at least I hope it is; it’s enormous!

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I love that MunchPak features international snacks. The ketchup chips bring me back to my travels in Canada, and the snack rings are from Thailand.

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I’m not sure if they went with a color scheme on purpose but this turned out to be a pretty picture to take. I sanctioned the Cow Tale for a coworker and kept the Twizzlers for myself.

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I’m quite the Haribo fan and had never seen their gummies in this form before. Of course I had to sample the entire package in less than 5 seconds. Delicious.

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Did I eat this cherry Airheads for breakfast? Yes. Do I have any regrets? Not a one. Also the Sour Patch Kids and Swedish Fish are straight after my own heart, and I dig the retro candy.

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Another coworker of mine got me hooked on the Lotte koala cookies. I’m happy to report that Hello Panda is just as tasty, especially when eaten all at once.

Verdict: Receiving this MunchPak was truly Christmas in May. If I’d had any sense I would have taken a picture of the entire stash because it was quite the haul. As it was, I was too excited to share it at work. An hour after dropping it off, all that remained of its former glory were a few ketchup chip crumbs. MunchPak is the Bark Box for candy and snack lovers. It’s a great alternative to Graze Box if you’re looking for larger volume and fun, international choices. I wish they’d include a card or blog link explaining some of their choices (I’d love to know how the minds of MunchPak work). I was impressed enough to buy a monthly subscription. My tastebuds are thrilled!

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