Superfoodio Classic Discovery Box

I am a sucker for a food subscription box so when Supefoodio offered me the April discovery box* to review I was more than happy to accept! The Superfoodio classic is a monthly food subscription box containing 6-7 superfood-infused snacks from £18 per month.

Superfoodio Classic Discovery Food Subscription Box - Review from Peaches and Bear Lifestyle and Travel Blog - peachesandbear.co.uk

Superfoodio Classic Discovery Food Subscription Box - Review from Peaches and Bear Lifestyle and Travel Blog - peachesandbear.co.uk

Superfoodio Classic Discovery Food Subscription Box - Review from Peaches and Bear Lifestyle and Travel Blog - peachesandbear.co.uk

Superfoodio Classic Discovery Food Subscription Box - Review from Peaches and Bear Lifestyle and Travel Blog - peachesandbear.co.uk

Superfoodio Classic Discovery Food Subscription Box - Review from Peaches and Bear Lifestyle and Travel Blog - peachesandbear.co.uk

The packaging is basic, rustic and all natural. Perfect for recycling obsessed like myself. But lets move on to the main event, the food itself!
First up the snacks…

Ombar is a fairly recognised brand to me with raw chocolate. This is Ombra Acai and Blueberry, a superfood filled chocolate bar. I hadn’t tried this flavour so I was delighted. It’s the perfect size for a snack and to conquer your chocolate craving. Delicious.
Another product I have tried before, Nudie Snacks Coconut Chips. I love fruit (and veggie) chips, they make a lovely alternative to a piece of fruit, especially on the go and even to replace nasty crisps!

Next, a few snacks I haven’t heard of. First, Munchy Seeds Omega Sprinkles. A blend of roasted sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds, rapeseeds, sesame seeds, linseeds and hulled hemp. The packet of seeds are high in, you guessed it, Omega 3, and also Vitamin E, Iron, Protein, Zinc and Fibre.

An interesting burst of green from a 100% natural treat, the Dynabites Green TNT by Miss Nutritionist. The Green TNT is perfect for an energy boost containing, you guessed it Green Tea!

Next, the perfect topper for cereal, yoghurt or any healthy sweet treat, Engergised Rollagranola. An all natural concoction of crunchy oats, macadamia nuts, pistachio nuts, almonds, seeds, plus maca and ginger for an energy boost!

I’ve never seen Green Tea mints before so this lovely pocket sized tin of Sencha Pink Dragonfruit Mints got me all excited. They actually taste pretty good. A slight taste of mint with a sweet power of dragonfruit.

Another item that got me excited, a very peculiar Flora Tea Lily Fairy. I actually had to Google this as I wasn’t too sure what sort of teabag it was. Turns out it’s a small handtied ball of green tea and dried flower. Once dropped into water it opens where the true beauty of the flower can be seen. I’ve ordered more of these so look out for photos on my social media of this!

Every month the Superfoodio Discovery Box contains a ‘cook me feature ingredient’ and this months was something I really enjoy, Artisan Grains Royal Quinoa. Quinoa is a wheat-free high protein grain and can be added to any dish to give a protein fix. Look out for a few recipes on here soon.

The Superfoodio Box is perfect for discovering new and exciting foodie items. Whether you’re already fairly healthy or like myself you’re making that transition to a healthier lifestyle. Foodie boxes like this can really help open your eyes and make you more familiar to healthy snacks without feeling overwhelmed when you step into a health store.
You can order the June box now by clicking here. I already have 😉

Have you tried any of these or even the Superfoodio Box? What’s your favourite food subscription box?

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  • Bex

    This is such a cool idea (do the kids use cool anymore?) lol
    I’m loving rice cake with hummus and sunflower seeds right now! Tasty snack ;p

    Bex x

    bubblybex3.co.uk

  • What a great idea! I love subscription boxes and it’s a good price to be able to try lots of little bits you would never normally try before 🙂

    http://www.ellebloggs.com

  • Heather Haigh

    I love subscription boxes, it’s like opening pressies. This one looks like it has a nice selection.