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Grazing boxes filled with yummies enables customers to enjoy some good food while staying safe at the same time, all while enjoying the luxuries of “eating out”. Restaurants and eateries are possibly putting customers at high risk by exposing them to unwanted viruses and nasties; why wouldn't you want to stay in and stay safe with a picnic-style box full of your favourite treats. Whether your client is prepping for date night, celebrations, showers or just a night on the couch, we have got you covered with a wide range of grazing worthy boxes. Our boxes are not manufactured specifically for food, so we recommend adding food-grade paper to protect the box from grease and oils.


This local trend is as gorgeous as it is genius. These boxes allow clients to fill our luxury boxes with great things like fresh fruits, veggies, bread, dips, sweets, and baked goods. We have a myriad of clients using our boxes in the most inspiring way, have a look.


Some of the businesses that use Foldabox boxes for their grazing boxes:

Stargrazing Co.

Fig and Flower Grazing

Olive and Ivy Essex


Personalise your grazing boxes

  • Brand your boxes: If you'd like to add your logo to our stock gift boxes, it's easy, and the results can look fantastic! Adding a logo enables you to personalise gift boxes without the significant volume commitment and long lead time needed for a fully made to order box. We can use foil, print ink to match a Pantone colour or deboss your logo.

  • Use a brand-related ribbon: Create a more customised packaging solution with our extensive range of ribbon colour options. Ideal for adding a colour accent to match your brand or product colours. Also great to complement a custom printed logo on the lid of the box. With more than 110 ribbon colours available, the possibilities to create genuinely unique grazing boxes are endless.

With the upsurge in the availability and popularity of artisan treats and speciality food items, our luxury gift boxes make the perfect trendy grazing box packaging solution for all those growing companies looking for new ways to bring luxury eats and treats to their customer’s styles. Stay safe and support local; we would love to see how you use our boxes. Please share your grazing boxes online and tag us!


Nicole Hines
Nicole Hines


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