Berry Cart snack box and app

Berry Cart snack box and app

Snack subscription services are gaining popularity and flooding the marketplace. So how does one differentiate itself from the others all trying to grab a share in a quickly crowding market? Offer something a little different from the competition. That’s exactly what Berry Cart is doing. Berry Cart has two components. It first began as a free mobile rebate app that offers cash back for purchasing healthy products. This is a great way to save money on high-priced specialty foods.

Recently the company expanded the offering to include a snack subscription service containing brands featured on the app. The products are all natural, gluten-free, organic, vegan and/or non-GMO products.

Berry Cart snack box and app

Berry Cart snack box and app

The subscription box includes eight to ten healthy products. At least four of them are a full size and others are snack sized. In addition, the box contains an information card with details on the box contents and how to collect the cash back rebates using the Berry Cart app.

The box contains an information card with details on the box contents and how to collect the cash back rebates using the Berry Cart app.

The box contains an information card with details on the box contents and how to collect the cash back rebates using the Berry Cart app.

My Berry Cart box included: Beanfields bean & rice chips; I Heart Keenwah Clusters; Simple Squares; World Peas; Snakaroons, Hemp Hearts, Kutoa Snack Bar, Pure Stevia and Ips Chips.

The subscription box includes eight to ten healthy products.

The subscription box includes eight to ten healthy products.

What we liked: Let’s just say that my family is very familiar with the Beanfields chips. They love them and were gone before I could photograph them. I shared the other snacks with some friends. We liked the ranch-flavored world of peas. We all liked the Keenwah peanut butter clusters. They have a similar texture to a granola bar.

We all liked the Keenwah peanut butter clusters.

We all liked the Keenwah peanut butter clusters.

We also really liked the vanilla snakaroons. They were gone quickly

Vanilla snakaroons

Vanilla snakaroons

What we disliked: We weren’t fans of the Ips Chips with protein or the simple square.

Ips Chips with protein

Ips Chips with protein

I’ll be trying out the hemp sprinkled on top of a salad. I can also add it or the organic stevia to a smoothy.

Berry Cart monthly snack subscription costs $24.99, including shipping. You can enter code “Get5off” for $5 off your first order. The Berry Cart app is free and available for both iPhone and Android devices.

 

Have you ever tried a snack-delivery service?

What’s your favorite healthy snack?

 

Disclaimer:  While I was provided with a complimentary sample of a Berry Cart snack box, the opinions and views expressed above are my own and describe my personal experience.

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