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Graze Box

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What Makes It Awesome

On certain days of the month (or week) we feel rightfully indulgent and fancy, when all we'd like is a grazing table or platter full of goodies! Think the best charcuterie, a whole bunch of exotic cheeses, fruit, bread and crackers. Mmmh! But when you have no one to share with (or don't want to share), a huge platter is too much and too expensive. For times like this, a Me Graze Box is in order from local delivery service Graze Box.

Kavana, the brains behind boxing delicious extravagance also treats her brand as the perfect gift shop! Have a date to attend? Take a Graze Box along. Baby shower? Feed the mommy-to-be and she'll be the happiest! The best bit is that each box is curated with only locally sourced ingredients. Like the artisanal cheeses come from Vallombrosa Cheese Shop, Le Ferme Auroville and Caroselle while fruits are sourced from farms in Munnar and other parts of South India. Graze Box also works with city- brands like India Hemp & Co. (trail mix to bake flatbreads or top cheese), Angelo Vegan Cheese (vegan box) and home bakers/chefs like Rasa & Co (breads and cured meats) and are open to other collaborations. The end goal is to give peeps an unforgettable meal experience while introducing them to local brands, says Kavana.

Graze Box has three size options -- the Me Graze Box (1-2), Party Box (4-6) and Feast Box (8 or more). These are entirely customisable by the way! You can have platters with just cheeses or one that's all vegetarian or all vegan too. 

Pro-Tip

Prices start at INR 1,000 upwards and orders need to be placed at least 24 hours in advance. You will receive your order in either receive an eco-friendly aercanut box or a platter that you have to return. Kavana sources seasonal fruit that she tries to pair best with the cheese you have ordered. We want ours with the baked camembert and figs, please! She's also introducing themed boxes like a Valentine's Box or Halal Box (for Eid), soon.