Run Oregon Test Kitchen: FitSnack subscription box

Subscription: FitSnack
Cost: $23.90/mo; $68.70/ 3mo plan; $131.40/6mo plan; $238.80/12mo plan; 6 and 12-month plans include bonus gift(s)
Cycle: Monthly
Features: Full and Sample size health food products on the market

While you may have seen some of my other Like a Man posts on Run Oregon, that doesn’t mean that I just go crazy with my diet. If I don’t watch myself, I can skyrocket my weight at an alarming weight. I have lost about 30 pounds this year (after a terrible winter), and I attribute a lot of my success to selecting my meals and snacks with care. Having healthy (and still tasty) snacks on hand keeps me from losing myself. When I get a pang of hunger, I am happy to reach for something good instead of handfuls of leftover candy. Enter FitSnack, who was gracious enough to send us a box to try out.

My March box came with samples from 9 different companies, ranging from Bulletproof Coffee (something I have always wanted to try, but probably wouldn’t shop for ) and cereal, to ice pops and a variety of nutrition bars. Toss in some other snacks (nuts, chips, and peanut butter), and you have a very well-rounded box! Here are some more details about the selection each month:

Each product always containing two or more of the following: GMO Free, High in protein, low in sugar, gluten free, organic, raw, vegan and all natural.

Plus, we add in bonus items such as energy boosters, nutritional supplements, or refreshing beverages.

Finally, we find a little space for exclusive workouts, workout gear or other active lifestyle inspiration.

Make a difference today. You get snacks, the Boys & Girls Club gets some too!

You get exclusive FREE bonuses, recipes, workouts and music upon joining

The box comes with a product information card – which actually has links to the products, as well as some codes to get further discount. As opposed to my box review of Mantry, the food in this box are designed to be optimal for healthy snacking. Lucky for me, I had a work trip coming up directly after receiving my box, and these made for great snacks during my drive to Southern Oregon and back. Some of my favorites were the Salt and Pepper IPS chips, which are made from egg white and whey protein, as well as being gluten free and non-GMO.  I also liked the Power O’s, a sample box of cereal made from beans and lentils.  There was nothing that I didn’t enjoy in the box and I really can’t wait to try out the Bulletproof Coffee soon.

Overall, I was pleased with the diversity and tastiness of the various items received.

About Matt Rasmussen (1569 Articles)
Matt Rasmussen lives in Keizer, Ore. with his wife and three daughters. He enjoys watching the Olympics, sampling craft beers, and all things Canada (he was born there). Matt was raised as a baseball player and officially transitioned over to running in 2010.

1 Comment on Run Oregon Test Kitchen: FitSnack subscription box

  1. I’m intrigued. This seems like a lot of snacks for the price. I’m box subscription obsessed! I just signed up for graze, but haven’t received it yet!

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