I’ve double posted today as I normally do a Fitness Friday post, but this is related. Bounce balls are something that I’ve previously mentioned in posts where I’ve detailed my snacks that I have in between meals.
If you haven’t heard of them they’re great for a pick me up and are really quite filling.
A few weeks ago i tweeted at them because where i buy them in Waitrose, they’ve recently gone up in price by 30p per ball which is quite a lot when they were already £1.79 each which is quite expensive for one snack. I tended to buy them as a treat anyway unless they were on offer which was rare but that was ridiculous!
Bounce Energy Balls were shocked at the price increase as they hadn’t been made aware they would increase that much and kindly sent me a variety box to apologise and thank me for making them aware of it. It was a really nice touch and shows that a great customer service can change everything!
I was really excited to try some of them out as I hadn’t tried the purple ones, the Fudge and Walnut.
The flavours have a great range, Coconut and Macadamia is a great sweet treat and seems to curb my cravings for cake. The Cacao Mint Protein Bomb is perfect for the chocolate cravings and the Peanut Protein Blast is ideal for when you are really hungry or have a heavy gym session coming up.
All contain whey protein, are 100% natural and are GM free, gluten free and free from artificial preservatives.
The Almond Protein Hit is similar to the Peanut ball in which is protein heavy and great for those hungry days. Spirulina and Ginseng was very interesting in the first bite, it’s a green/black colour and a little off putting on appearance but tastes great and really serves as a Defence Boost as the name suggests. The Fudgie Walnut Brain Storm energy ball was the only one I hadn’t managed to get my hands on.
Here was the note that came with the variety box, so lovely of them to send me a box an although the snacks are expensive I won’t be as put off as I was before!
I really enjoy Bounce Energy Balls in my morning break to stop me from eating cake in the staff room. Some such as the almond and peanut balls are quite chewy and dense meaning they fill you up a lot easier than the others and they’ve been very handy! I also tend to have one sometimes on my way to the gym straight from work if I’m feeling low on energy; the coconut and macadamia or cacao mint balls are a lovely sweet treat for times like these and I’ve tricked myself into thinking that they’re just like chocolate or cake for me!
Have you tried a Bounce Energy Ball? Which one is your favourite?
Have you experienced good customer service recently?
I always think its lovely to share when companies go the extra mile.