3 Subscription Boxes that Send You Snacks from All Over the World

Food The List
By: Jared Cotter Posted: 8:48 PM, Mar 1, 2018

R.I.P. vending machines. Now you can get a world of snacks delivered straight to your door! It's the latest concept in subscription boxes – global snack subscriptions! So, if you're a fan of one-of-a-kind treats from all around the world, get those taste buds ready! Here are three op three global snack subscriptions you'll want to sign up for right away. 

1. Farm to People 

Farm to People, which starts at $30 a month, its artisanal, sustainable and tailored to your casual foodie. Their website is also a marketplace for small-batch food producers from family-owned farms and small businesses. The box comes stocked with things like honey roasted cinnamon peanut butter; crunchy banana dark chocolate; vegan fruit strips; and even gluten-free quinoa snacks. 

2. The Bon Appétit Box 

Hold on to your baguettes! If French flavors are your guilty pleasure, then The Bon Appétit Box is right for you. This box has all things you'd expect to see in a Parisian pantry. You get things like Olive Tappenade, Duck Breast Paté, and even some crunchy Petits Toasts. Who wouldn't feel like in France? And nothing goes better with your box than a delicious bottle of wine.  

3. MunchPak 

If $30 a month for a subscription box is a little too high for your budget, then consider the MunchPak. It's only $10 a month, and you still get the same experience in getting to try different flavors from all around the globe. In this box, you can get chips from Turkey, Pepero sweets from Korea, and even gummies all the way from Japan. 

If your palate is looking for snacks to pair with wine night or a brand-new treat from the other side of the globe, snack box subscriptions are your first-class ticket to world-class cuisine. 

Which snack subscription box would you give a try? Join the conversation on our Facebook page @TheListShowTV.  


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