MunchPak is a monthly subscription box of the delicious variety. They deliver really tasty snacks right to your door every month!
MunchPak was kind enough to send me a box to review, and I have to say I was NOT disappointed.
The great thing about signing up for MunchPak is you can use either your credit card or your PayPal account! Not a lot of subscriptions let you use PayPal, so that is pretty awesome! You can also cancel any time.
MunchPak has two sign up options, starting with their “Original MunchPak” (which is the one I received).
The “Original MunchPak” is only $21/month, and you receive 12+ snacks EVERY MONTH!
Their other option is their “FamilyPak”. With the “FamilyPak”, you receive 22+ snacks EVERY MONTH!
With MunchPak, you get to try out new and popular snacks from all over the world, and I have to say that every single item in the box was super yummy!
The Asian newspaper was a really nice touch. It made a standard brown box feel more worldly.
Now for the good part, the goodies!
The box was PACKED with amazing snacks I’ve never even heard of, and the kids really enjoyed trying all of the different foods.
Jack ‘n Jill Magic Creams Combo
These are Made in the Philippines. They consist of chocolate cream sandwiched by delicious chocolate wafers.
hapi snacks Ramen Crunch
I admit I was a bit skeptical about these. They’re Ramen noodle snack cracker chips. I thought they would be disgusting, but they actually were AMAZING! I had to fight the baby to taste a few. They have no trans fat or cholesterol, and are Made in Malaysia!
The kids loved these! They are thin pretzels filled with peanut butter. Yummy. These are Made in Serbia.
Pionir Kidy Kokos
This was delicious! It was a chocolate/coconut flavor. I can’t figure out where it’s made because I can’t decipher the writing, which was kind of disappointing.
I have no idea what these are called, but they’re tasty. I guess that’s what matters most. They do appear to be Asian.
Kasugai Fruits Gummy Candy
These are apple, grape and peach flavored fruit snacks! The kids gobbled these up. They are Made in Japan.
Petit White Langue De Chat
These were my favorite snack in the box! They are mini sandwich cookies filled with cream. I have honestly never tasted something this delicious, and I am upset they are gone now. These are Made in Japan.
These remind me a lot of Kit-Kat bars! Chocolate coated wafers that sandwich even more chocolate. Absolutely delicious. These are also Made in Japan.
These were absolutely delicious. They’re delicate pastries filled with CHOCOLATE. Can’t go wrong there…
Oh. My. Goodness.. were these yummy. They were filled with coconut flavor and rice krispies, and covered in chocolate! Best candy bar I have ever had. These are Made in Germany.
de la Rosa
This is a peanut candy covered with chocolate. It kind of reminds me of a Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup. My favorite trick or treat candy as a child. These are Made in Mexico.
SunFat Hello Bear
These are crispy bear shaped biscuits filled with strawberry flavor. I didn’t really like these. The biscuits tasted a little cheesy to me, which didn’t mesh well with the strawberry. The baby LOVED them though, so no problem there! There were also two packs inside the box, so yay!!! These are Oriental snacks, but appear to be made in California.
MunchPak also has a section on their site where you can check out all of the snacks you received that month.
Ultimately, this is a great subscription for anyone who loves snacking and exploring new tastes. In my opinion, it is definitely worth the price.
So what do you think of MunchPak? Are you ready to satisfy those taste buds?
To try MunchPak for yourself, click HERE!
Also, you can use the code “SNACKIN” to receive $2 off your first box!
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