Vegan Cuts Snack Box – March Roundup


Instagrammers share their snack box stashes from left to right: @dymond3ct, @sarahmclaughlin, @revelinginraw, and @gorgeousssleep

Another month has passed us by which means it’s time for the Vegan Cuts Snack Box Roundup. In March, we were lucky enough to have Bianca Phillips from the blog Vegan Crunk co-curate the contents. And we have to say, she did an amazing job! There was something for everyone—from fizzy soda to crunchy chips to wholesome cereal—tummies were happy across the globe.

Wishing you’d signed up for the March Vegan Cuts Snack Box? It’s never too late! You can subscribe anytime for just $19.95 per month, with shipping included to the U.S. We’ll send you a mix of 7-10 sweet and savory snacks so you’ll never, ever feel left out of the snacking party.

Join in on the fun as the ladies from Vegan Cuts reveal what’s inside the March Snack Box:

March’s Featured Brands

OCHO Candy’s decadent organic candy bar has a creamy and sweet coconut center drenched in dark chocolate.

Oogave Soda uses all-natural organic ingredients to create their fizzy Diet Ginger Ale and Diet Root Beer flavors.

Garden of Life makes a delicious vanilla chai protein powder featuring 13 raw, certified organic sprouts.

Deeply Rooted’s blueberry-flavored drink powder is rich in nutrients from fruits, vegetables, algae, and kale.

March SB Roundup

Ready-to-be-devoured snacks @frankentaylor

Explore Asian’s on-the-go instant soybean noodle soups are gluten-free, high in protein, and filling.

Vigilant Eats adds a kick of espresso powder + maca, mulberries, and cacao nibs to their oat-based superfood cereal.

R.W. Garcia’s crunchy, addictive snacks are low in fat and taste just like a cross between tortilla and potato chips.

Earnest Eats packs their chewy granola bars with wholesome oats, crunchy almonds, and bright pomegranate flavor.

Want your own snacks? Sign up now for the April box!


  1. Heather

    Everything in this box was super awesome! I’ve subscribed to the snack box for about 4 months or so now and haven’t been disappointed yet. Only downside to this box was the soybean noodle soup… the noodles tasted… odd and my bf and I aren’t fans of any of the powder mix drinks but besides that we’ve LOVED EVERYTHING else. :-)

  2. Lisa Farry-Jennings

    Love the boxes every month. I’m not sure if the soup in this months box is vegan? Please help, I’m sure I must be misreading something !

    • Laura

      Hi Lisa,

      Explore Asian recently updated their recipe but has not updated their website yet so that’s why you’re seeing “egg powder” in the ingredient list on that page.

      If you still have questions, please email and we can get it all squared away.

      Sorry for the confusion!

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