My First Primal Snack Box

This morning the postman brought me this super parcel of amazingness!   

 This is my first ever Primal Snack Box, a paleo monthly subscription box. I opted for the Forest Box as I didn’t want any meat snacks. I really wasn’t disappointed when I looked at the contents.

     I’ve been a big fan of Tea Pigs for a long time, so was excited to see this matcha tea sample – something I’ve been wanting to try recently. The box also came with a matcha truffles recipe card, so I’ll be using the the sample to make those. Blog post on those coming soon!

  Nakd bars are one of my favourite snacks at work, and this is my favourite flavour too. Primal couldn’t have gone wrong with this one to be honest. They consist of just dates, cashews, raisins and some natural flavourings. So good!


 Now these are intriguing! They’re made by a company called Cru8. Super excited to try these, I’m thinking of making a spicy guacamole style dip using an avocado, to dip them into.


 Next up we have kale crisps by Leafy. I’ve heard amazing things about kale, but I’m yet to have eaten it in its pure form like this. Looking forward to snacking on these at work.

  This is the Rawbite coconut bar. As you know, I love coconut so this will make me very happy! This contains dates, nuts (cashews and almonds) and coconut.


 The apple and cinnamon bar is a yummy creation from Beond. It contains 1 of your 5 a day and is raw, vegan, gluten free, dairy free and soya free – yippee!


 Here we have Sassy’s Red Velvet by Naturally Sassy. This is a cashew, coconut and pomegranate cake created by the awesome Saskia Gregson-Williams author of ‘Naturally Sassy’ which contains recipes without meat, wheat and dairy.

  Ombar have created this heavenly dark chocolate coconut and vanilla bar. It is vegan friendly and made from raw cacao.

These are cocoa brownies by Healthbox. They are a tasty little mix of cocoa, nuts, dates and sea salt.

  Finally, this product really excites me! It’s called Birch Water and is produced by Tapped. I am a sucker for the beautiful packaging. It claims to be ‘birch water, straight from the tree’ from the forests of Finland. They say the water is nature’s detox as it contains he antioxidant manganese.

I highly recommend the Primal Snack Box as you get a lot of lovely, healthy products from smaller food producers who look after the planet and create some tasty snacks.

Next blog post – a vlog of my daily ethical beauty routine. Don’t miss it!

Kerry x

3 Comments Add yours

  1. Gareth says:

    Loving the blog! Keep it up 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Jane says:

    Fab blog xxx

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Thank you, I’ll keep the posts coming! X


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