The Vegan Tuck Box

I have been vegetarian for nearly 10 years and at least once a month I still get asked:"What do vegetarians eat?" Although vegetarianism is still in the minority, there has been a rise in the number of UK vegetarians over the last few years and also a rise in the number of people turning vegan. Long gone are the boring vegetarian foods that are simply a pile of vegetables, there are so many fabulous vegan and vegetarian alternatives on the market that eating vegetarian food is more exciting now than ever before. As an avid 'foodie' I'm always looking for different vegetarian meals to try and I was delighted when I stumbled across the company The Vegan Tuck Box

The Vegan Tuck Box is a monthly subscription box that contains a surprise selection of exciting vegan snacks including different varieties of chocolate, biscuits, sweets, snack bars, crisps and other savoury snacks. This monthly subscription box is similar to the popular DegustaBox but is made up entirely of vegan, healthy treats hand-picked by two dedicated vegans. Years ago when I was a teenager I had a friend that was vegan and she opened me up to a wide range of exciting, yummy treats and although I could never be vegan myself, I love experimenting with different vegan products. 

When selecting your 'Vegan Tuck Box' you have several options to choose from. You can purchase either a large or small box and then you have the option to select whether you would like the items to be gluten free. I went for a large gluten free tuck box as I've heard eating more gluten free products can benefit those with rheumatoid arthritis and I thought it would be a good way to be introduced to different gluten free products. 

When the box arrived, I was overwhelmed by the amount of goodies in my tuck box and I loved the personalised note with details of my nearest Vegan Society. I felt like a child in a candy store and I couldn't wait until James and I had a movie night in so we could snack on our new treats. Our favourite item from the box without a doubt was the Food of Athenry Cookie Shots. I'm not sure whether my partner was slightly biased being irish, but I for one couldn't stop eating them. I even gave some to my parents when they came to visit and they couldn't stop eating them. I'm genuinely gutted that I've finished the pack. My second favourite items were the rice milk chocolate and the Ten Acre Crisps. The rice milk chocolate melts in your mouth and tastes deliciously creamy and the crisps are fiery hot ultra crunchy. I wasn't overly keen on the Coconut milk but that doesn't surprise me as I'm not the biggest fan of coconut and the Cheesy Kale crisps for me was rather disappointing as I personally felt they tasted rather bland - even though I love eating Kale.

Although I didn't love every item in The Vegan Tuck Box I did like the majority and those that I didn't like, I'm glad I had the opportunity to try. I love the concept of the Vegan Tuck Box as it allows you to pick and mix different foodie items and try food that might not be available in supermarkets near you. My partner and I loved trailing The Vegan Tuck Box and have decided once we get back from our wedding that we will become subscribers. I can't wait to see what is in my next box.

Have you tried the Vegan Tuck Box before?


  1. I think it's really good they have a subscription box designed especially for Vegan's. Its a great idea and all the products look quite interesting. Like yourself coconut milk wouldn't appeal to me but this is definitely something other vegan's and vegetarian's should look into! Great post xx

  2. This is great! I'm not vegan but Pescetarian, these look yummy though :)

  3. Seems like great box and you have a chance to try different things :0 Lovely post! xo's

    Pink Frenzy

  4. Great idea for vegans. Lots of variety and keeps you up to date with products available


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