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JackHowell says

Recently signed up to Graze; a healthy ‘snack’ box of foods which are delivered to your home or office etc ideal to sit on your desk and nibble at – I’m finding these to be really helping me concentrate and keep those design ideas a flowin’ too.

They usually cost £2.99 (this is a UK only thing – sorry guys n’ gals of everywhere else) but because I have ordered a few over the last couple of weeks they have given me a code to use to give to friends to get a box for free, completely free, no cost, no postage… just free!

If you fancy like trying one of these – even if you get your free box and then cancel it – you can get started here:

Graze.com and sign up using the code “6LXHWCHE” to get your completely free box (valid till the 29th of March so not long!)

If you are reading this a bit late you can also use the code “7FR3Q2XB” which will get you a box for just £1 including postage.

Everyone at my office design dept. has really got into them so there are these little cardboard boxes dotted around everywhere! Worth a try and if it is not your cup-o-tea then simply cancel it (it’s free so no loss – no ‘minimum spend’ or anything daft like that).

Might be wondering “this is very generous of a company… no such thing as a free lunch!?” – well, true sometimes, but because this is a new small start up company they are trying to promote themselves effectively.

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damojo says

Wow thats awesome and just what I would like for my work… Too bad its UK only :(

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Chuckanucka says

interesting stuff, but i can`t help but think its a really lazy/bad idea. Daily delivery of over packaged food? can`t be good for the environment…

On a more positive note its a great looking site, and i think i will grab my free lunch. thanks! :-)

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CheshireCat says

Woohoo thats this weeks food taken care of then :P

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JackHowell says
interesting stuff, but i can`t help but think its a really lazy/bad idea. Daily delivery of over packaged food? can`t be good for the environment… On a more positive note its a great looking site, and i think i will grab my free lunch. thanks! :-)

True… however, all the packaging is recyclable! They also use bamboo for tiny forks which are also recyclable. The plastic punnets themselves which hold the fresh fruit etc are made from 80% recycled plastic (and again, can be recycled too).

It is ideal for snacking on during the day (if you can hold out until the afternoon it helps get you through that 3-4pm slump).

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Chuckanucka says

all the recycled packaging in the world (of which i bet most will go in landfills anyway) will not make up for the incredible waste of shipping food daily across the country. Far better to walk to your local market or just make your own when you do your weekly shop..

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Chuckanucka says

opps wrong thread.

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JackHowell says
all the recycled packaging in the world (of which i bet most will go in landfills anyway) will not make up for the incredible waste of shipping food daily across the country. Far better to walk to your local market or just make your own when you do your weekly shop..

To a certain extent I agree with you though I try my best to recycle as much as possible.

The perk of getting a box like these is that you get to try quite a few new things that you might not actually pick up yourself. As the boxes are slightly random based on ‘the things you like’ then you may end up finding quite a few new things which you will add to your shopping list next time.

Though, as this is free, I would recommend giving it a try as they are perfect for a design environment to help balance blood sugar. Least I really think they are helping me anyway (currently eating olives, dried cranberries and fresh pineapple – none of which I would usually buy).

Edit: are you sure you posted in the wrong thread as your post actually makes sense for the topic/response…?

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Emroni says
Edit: are you sure you posted in the wrong thread as your post actually makes sense for the topic/response…?

Think he meant that his second comment was in the wrong thread, hence the removal of its content :)

Anyway, this sounds like a cool idea, would love to give it a try, but I live on the other side of the Channel unfortunately. Might do something like this on my own though. I keep searching for something to eat or nibble on while Im working at my comp

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Chuckanucka says

sorry i edited the post that did not make sense.

I try my best too, but its pretty impossible where i live, you have to beg them to get put on the route and they don`t take plastic! They will also leave everything if there is one thing wrong with your rubbish.

It looks like a great service and very well put together site.. but it does annoy me that the give they impression of being green & healthy with lots of words like nature, natural, organic & local but none of that is really that true.

Nothing beats food brought from your local market which has been pulled out of the ground 3 hours ago :-)

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