The boys were thrilled when their
ChewyMoon subscription box arrived,
how could they not love it with the fabulous pug on the packaging.
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Inside the box continued to impress with
five individually packaged snacks. ChewyMoon
is pitched for children aged 5-10 but you might want your own subscription box
regardless because they are so delicious.
These snacks are super healthy
too, so if your child is grumbling they are hungry you don’t have to deal with
any of the mummy guilt, you know they are getting something wholesome and
filling (usually with dried fruit or vegetables). The Nutrition facts gave you a clear idea of the contents of each
package. You can tell a lot of thought
has been put into the development of the brand, the product and the
accompanying literature. Overall I am
very impressed with ChewyMoon subscription including the affordable price, usually
£3.95 (+ 98p postage) although you can order a trial box for £1.98 (+ postage)
to see how you get on. I am sure you
will quickly move onto weekly deliveries after that.
I tried some of the Crazy Raisin
Cherry & Lime with them and couldn’t get over the taste, so different to
normal raisins – so much more exciting and flavoursome. The Freaky Fruit cubes and stripes were good
too. I left them to devour the flapjack
and nibble on the two savoury snacks.
These are all ideal if your child has to rush off to an after school
club – the boys have a weekly football training session and swimming lessons so they often need a quick pick me up energy fix before they go! These snacks give them a power up so they
are ready for anything.
I have a competition to win a month’s subscription (4
boxes) if you would like to enter please fill out the form below by the 14th
Win a month’s subscription to ChewyMoon (4 deliveries)