Naked Snacks: Healthy Snacks in the Mail

Diana Chan December 5, 2016 British Columbia, product


Naked Snacks is a Vancouver-based company offering wholesome, high-quality snack box subscriptions. They have over 30 different types of healthy snacks to choose from.

With their snacks, they follow the 80/20 rule of snacking: 80% whole grown goodness and 20% reward for making smart decisions. Healthy snacking options you can trust, with no compromise on taste.

They sent me a box of their different snacks to try to see what a normal subscription box would look and taste like. I hate making decisions, so I got them to surprise me with 5 different snacks.


Each box has 5 large bags of snacks and each bag has 4 portions. Thus, in a whole order, you get 20 portions.

Tuscan Road Trip


Even if you’re not going on a road trip, I really love the blend of ingredients in this snack. It’s packed full of goodness from the super-berries, mighty nuts, and delicious dark chocolate. I like how it’s not salted and you can really taste the pure taste of each item in this pouch.

Sriracha Cashews


You’ll only find 4 ingredients in this snack – Cashews, sriracha flavour, garlic powder, and kosher salt. No hidden ingredients you can’t pronounce. The Sriracha is nice and light so it’s more mild than the actual sauce itself. The flavours worked really well with the cashews.

Hearty Tamari


This was my personal favourite of the snacks. Sesame sticks and spicy pretzels mix with almonds and cashews, all slow roasted in delicious Tamari. It’s kinda like soy sauce but less salty. I was so addicted to those sesame sticks. I ate all 4 portions in one sitting, but I really enjoyed it.



This snack is a little spicy, salty, and crunchy. I found the pumpkin seeds matched really well with the wasabi peas. I also loved those wild rice sticks.

Goji Granola


This was definitely more hearty than the other snacks. There’s so many ways to eat this goji granola. Straight up with milk, sprinkle it on yogurt, or dive into the bag and eat it by the handful as a snack. My favourite was eating it with yogurt so the bag lasts longer. If you gave me the whole bag, I would try to finish the whole bag in a day.


Overall, I was really impressed by the snacks that I’m almost done all of them within a week. I’m usually not a big snacker, but I wasn’t disappointed in any of their snacks. Each subscription box is about $30, but it’s not bad at all since they use quality ingredients. You can switch up your delivery frequency to 2 times a month, each month or every other month. Or if you’re not quite sure if you want to commit to a subscription, you can get a single box only without the fear of automatic renewal.

If you want to give Naked Snacks a try, use the promo code “foodology” to get $10 off your first order.


About The Author

Diana started Foodology in 2010 because she just eats out everyday! She started a food blog to share her love of food with the world! She lives in Vancouver, BC and adores the diversity of food around her. She will go crazy for churros and lattes.

1 Comment

  1. Amanda December 8, 2016 at 7:19 pm

    I’ve had a subscription to Naked Snacks for a year and LOVE them! Fresh, interesting, creative mixes and delicious!

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