Just got my first box (for free) loads of goodies in it, you can choose what types of stuff (nuts, fruit, olives etc) and get it delivered to work.
You do need to stick your card details in, with the code you get the first box free and the second one half price at £1.49.
Website : graze - nature delivered
Offer Code : DTWWBBNL
Just wanted to chime in that I've tried Graze before. The selection of foods they have is really wide and it's all good quality stuff, well packaged. For me, university post meant that it was past its best when I got my box but if you have a sane postage system it might be well worth it.
Will give it a bash. cheers, I do alot of martial arts, this would be helpfull
A few friends recommended this a while ago, but I've not tried it yet. This free and half-price box might just be what's needed - thanks
Just signed up too :-) That's another £1 discount on it's way
Just signed up for the free box to arrive next week...hopefully. I'll have to see how my occasional postage deals with it.
Just wanted to comment on this, as I'm quite impressed with the company. Started getting one of their boxes for lunch four days a week now, and its great. Healthy, tasty, wonderful food, not expensive for what it is and amazingly convenient.
Even though fresh fruit is currently off because of the postal strike, I've been more than happy with the replacements and I've yet to have a box delayed.
I actually prefer the postal strike boxes to the ones with fruit in (since I'm too mean to let them send me apples, the citrus fruit is unavailable and the grapes have tiny fiddly stalks I seem to get pineapple every time!)
You could persuade your (busy) teaching colleagues to sign up for a free box and net yourself a few £1 off vouchers - effective pyramid marketing from Graze (btw my code is GMF7GV7 )
I signed up for a free one of these a while back - it was really good quality and the packaging is pretty special. I just couldn't really justify the price (even the 1/2 price £1.50/day price!) for a few little bits of fruit and nuts.
I'm not convinced it's necessarily fantastic from an environmental point of view either, however hard they try to make it seem OK!
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