A new Hong Kong subscription service from Yobox delivers your monthly sugar fix from the four corners of the globe.
Do you have a secret (or not so secret) sweet tooth? Do you hide Mars bars and place bags of liquorice all sorts behind glass, just in case of emergencies. Does the idea of an all-dessert restaurant get you a little sweaty and do you go to movies just for the Ju Ju Fruits? Then a new subscription service in Hong Kong might be for you.
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The city’s newest food group, Yobox, has launched the Yobox Snack Box Subscription, ensuring you an endless supply of snacks and confectionary, both tried-and-tested and weird additions from the four corners of the world, delivered to your door.
Part of the fun is you won’t know what you’re going to get each month, and from where your sugar fix derives – it could be Meiji Kinoko no Yama, chocolate mushrooms with biscuit stems from Japan; or Shokolad Para Pitzputzim, a popular milk chocolate infused with popping candy from Israel; or even Indy Dedos, a spicy and sour tamarind candy from Mexico.
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Boxes start from HK$290 and the subscription can be cancelled at any time.
Think of it like a world ticket for your taste buds.
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