Your Snacks Are in the Mail

Your snakcs are in the mail

Many people enjoy a pleasant surprise in the mail every now and then, and more frequently when possible. With a particular service introduced by a handful of companies, that pleasant surprise could become a snacking delight.

Several companies offer customers the opportunity to receive snacks in the mail through a subscription-based service. Each company offers customers a variety of options to tailor the experience to unique tastes such as volume of content, frequency of delivery, or any particular ingredient preferences such as sugar or gluten free content. Customers may or may not be able to select the particular snacks they wish to receive each month depending on company options, but even when snack connoisseurs are unable to choose specific items, they can usually identify an item type they’d like to try in the future.

Companies involved in treat deliveries include:

With an anticipatory sense of wonder at specific content, a box of treats might be a good way to reward someone, or oneself, with a well-deserved surprise in the mail.


1 Comment

  1. Jonn

     /  July 18, 2014

    I think this would make a great gift for someone that’s hard to shop for. Just find out the type of food they like and order up a subscription. In fact, someone’s birthday is coming up, and I think this will do nicely. I probably won’t order a year’s service, but I’ll see what type of services they have and choose the right one. Thanks for the idea!

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