Since going vegan, I have started to get extremely excited when I find new products to enjoy. Oreos. Need I say more. So when the lovely guys over at Vegan Tuck Box asked me to review one of their Classic boxes*, I jumped at the chance.

Just like the beauty box subscriptions, you are able to buy a single box, buy a gift box or pay for a monthly subscription. There are a variety of different options available: Classic that contains 10-12 products and the Mini that offers 5-6 products every month as well as a gluten free box available too. The price of the box doesn’t include delivery however what you get in the box reflects on the contents of the box and they deliver worldwide too. If you can’t afford a subscription and fancy just having a try of something new, you can shop on their website for individual snacks here.



Like with every other monthly subscription, there is different products every month. In my box, I received: Emily Apple Fruit Crisps, Ten Acre Hickory BBQ Crisps, Provamel Cashew Drink, Punch Maca Superseeds, Elements for Life Yummy Scrummy Raw Chocolate Brownie, Tuk Tuk Thai Spicy Peanuts, Sarelle Dark Chocolate and Hazelnut Cream Wafer, JJ’s Sweets Chocolate Covered Vanilla Cocomels, iChoc Choco Cookie Bar, Golden Apple Raw Onion and Garlic Crackers, Doisy and Dam Coconut and Lacuma Dark Chocolate Bar and Dove’s Farm Fig and Linseed Flapjack.

So far I have really enjoyed the raw chocolate brownie and the chocolate and hazelnut cream wafer bar. The onion and garlic crackers make for a delicious snack with some hummus and the maca superseeds are brilliant for putting on porridge or yogurt to give you the energy you need for the day. Overall I am really impressed with the box and can’t wait to try some more vegan treats from them in the future.

Personally I am never really one for subscription boxes but I really enjoyed discovering some new vegan products to try. If you haven’t tried the Vegan Tuck Box, the guys kindly have offered my readers 20% off your first box by simply entering the code “blog20” at the checkout and with every box brought, 20p is donated to Hillside Animal Sanctuary. Apparently, Ellie Goulding is even subscribed to them!

What’s your opinion of subscription boxes like the Vegan Tuck Box? I think they are brilliant if your just starting out on the vegan venture like myself because you start to familiarise yourself with the vegan brands that you can look out for in your food shop and are a lovely treat too.