May 24 2018 by Simon
Through the years, we’ve come up with over 1,000 different snack ideas. The chances of making a classic every time are pretty slim! On the search for the tastiest and best snacks, there’s no avoiding a few zingers along the way.
We’ve been in the snacking business for almost a decade now, and with our brand new stylish look, we got to reminiscing about how far we’ve come. From humble beginnings posting the first ever graze box by hand, to providing you with snacks from our online shop and in stores across the UK and the US of A - we’ve seen lots of snacks come and go!
Here’s a rundown of our favorite top 10 funny snack names from over the years:
Nuts doesn’t even rhyme with discs!
No curds and whey were used in the making of this snack.
Honey pecans, honey peanuts and honey cashews. Go honey go, go!
I guess you could use an almond as a bishop...
Never name a snack after the fourth most annoying song from the UK of all time.
Goldenberries, green raisins, cranberries and blueberries. Not a piece of pasta in sight.
Slightly better at least than an earlier idea we had called Figgy Pop!
No, it wasn’t a rice paper origami set.
Conjuring up images of sneezing is never a good idea when it comes to food.
This is the most recent of all, launched in 2014. Luckily our tendency for questionable names seems to have calmed down!
Joking aside, these snacks may not have set the world alight with their eye-catching names, but our belief in reimagining snacking has stayed the same. We’re not afraid to experiment with flavors until we find the best combinations, and these snacks helped us create the ones you know and love.
We’re big believers in learning from every experience. Although these mixes may not be around anymore, they were rooted in the belief we could make snacking wholesome, and they played a huge part in making our range what it is today.
Where do we go from here? The hunt for healthier, tastier, bigger and better never stops, so watch this space for that next taste-sensation!
By Simon, graze blogger.
Simon is one of our in-house writers, who covers everything graze! He loves experimenting in the kitchen, and running to balance his obsession with food.
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