I had the pleasure to try out The Goodness Project. I was attracted to them because I am always on the lookout for free from snacks so to find a company that gives you loads of options and delivers, I couldn’t resist!
The first thing that stood out was the packaging, it was wrapped in lovely green paper with a sticker of their logo. You open it up to reveal your 10 tasty snacks to try. Some of the standout snacks were: Munchy Seeds: who knew that seeds could taste so good?! The mixture of seeds they picked and the roasted taste makes it a great snack to have on the go, there was a lot in such a small packet so don’t let that fool you. Prodigy Peanut & Caramel Cahoots chocolate bar: wow, what a stand-out, I can't believe that each bar is free from dairy, gluten, refined sugar and palm oil, with a sugar content of less than 20%. It tastes like a healthy snickers bar and I can't wait to get it again. Raw Halo: I can’t believe this is dairy free let alone vegan, this chocolate bar is organic dark 76% raw chocolate with natural caramel flavour and pink Himalayan salt. I enjoyed every bite and it was very satisfying. Heath&Heather – Apple and Cinnamon: this naturally caffeine-free tea has some lightness to it but is full of flavour. I have tried this brand of tea before but never this flavour and I’m glad I did try it because it was very tasty. There are 20 tea bags in the box. Squirrel Sister, smoked – I am not the biggest almond fan BUT the roasted almonds were really tasty, I finished them a lot quicker than I meant to, these plant-based, gluten-free almonds were the tastiest I’ve ever had. I love that for every box they produce they plant a tree and what is even better is you can check out the Ecologi forest to find your tree. There is also a card in the box to help you with ways you can reduce your carbon footprint. You also have a chance to win a 50-pound gift card in their monthly giveaway, you just have to submit your feedback. Don’t forget to sign up for their newsletter to get the latest news and offers!