22.8.14

Review: Gluten Free Vegan Tuck Box


Vegan & Gluten Free Tuck Box
Whilst most bloggers are all over those beauty subscription boxes, I’m more interested in the food ones. Yes, I’m a piggy pants but I can think of worse things. I volunteered to review a gluten free vegan snack box from Vegan Tuck Box.

Let me tell you how the service works. You can buy a single box or a monthly subscription. There are two boxes a mini (5-6 products £10) or standard (10-12 products £20) and the choice between Vegan or Gluten Free Vegan snacks. The price includes delivery, they ship anywhere in Europe and you can cancel at any time. The Vegan Tuck Box website also has a shop where you can buy individual snacks.


Gluten Free Vegan Tuck Box 2


My box (pictured above) included some interesting treats and only two products I was familiar with. I enjoyed most of the snacks especially the Roo Bar which I would buy again. For me, The Cookie Shots brownie biscuits were the one item I was most excited about. They had a great taste but a little drier than I would have liked. The only disappointment I encountered was the Wow Bab cereal bar. The packaging is in German and I can’t find the English translation. Most people would probably just tuck straight in but I spotted the word “orangen” and had to back off. It would be nice to understand the ingredients in this product as my German is a little rusty!

I think food subscription services are great for anyone who does not have access to a well stocked store or they would make a nice gift. The option to obtain gluten free vegan products is a great idea. 

Do you subscribe to Vegan Tuck Box? If you do not, would you consider signing up or buying a single box?



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8 comments:

  1. Wow that looks like a good box Sarah, not heard of this box before but I will have to investigate! x

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    1. I found them at Vegfest last year but hadn't got around to trying anything so was pleased to be accepted for review. It's a good box and I think it compares nicely with others :)

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  2. I recently reviewed Vegan Tuck Box too. I agree with you when you say that you prefer food boxes over beauty boxes. Much more yummy.
    In my box I also had difficulty with some biscuits in a foreign language. Unlike you though I risked biting into one to discover it was filled with a hazelnut paste... I'm allergic to hazelnuts to had to spit it out. Lesson learned!

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    1. Oh dear that is not good at all, you really do need to careful of these things

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  3. I love that there are quite a few vegan food boxes on the market now! :)

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    1. It is good to see, the other one I have tried was Saviour Snacks :)

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  4. Oh yum, everything looks so good! Great to see a gluten free treat box out there :) x

    Evelyn @ We Were Raised By Wolves

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    1. It was hard work but I did enjoy eating my way through the contents ;)

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