Experience The World Via Snacks from World Bites

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I’ve always been a fan of experimenting with new flavors. So when I came across a Facebook page called World Bites, I was instantly attracted to learn more about its business.

I opened its website and found out they send different treats from all over the planet. They let you try out these snacks through a subscription you have to sign up for.

Disclaimer: I have never tried using their service before but I’m really looking forward to trying them out. I’m merely sharing my new website discovery in the hopes that you guys might find it interesting too.

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World Bites Snacks I’m Excited to Try

There is quite a selection of products available on their website. Each product comes from a different country and has its own description. Out of the ones I found on their website, I’m most excited to try these:

Milka Oreo Chocolate Candy Bar

milka oreo world bites

This product comes from Germany. I’ve eaten Milka chocolate before but the only way for me to buy it is if I go to Duty Free. But since I haven’t been able to travel out of the country for a while, I haven’t been able to find another option where I could buy this chocolate bar. With World Bites, I might just be able to do it.

Ferrero Hanuta

Ferrero Hanuta World Bites

Another German product I would love to try is the Ferrero Hanuta. It’s a wafer that comes with hazelnut cream in between. The website says that Nutella fans will love this. I’m excited to try this!

Sedita Horalky

Sedita Horalky World Bites

I’ve never heard of this brand before but it’s really interesting. Sedita Horalky is a product from Slovakia which is also a wafer bar with peanut filling and cocoa coating. World Bites says that this is the bestselling wafer of all time in Czech Republic and Slovakia since 1953. This alone makes me want to try it!

Eiffel Bonbons Apple

Eiffel Bonbons World Bites

I’ve heard of Bonbons before but I’ve never tried them. Eiffel Bonbons is a chewy candy that comes from France. The flavor is apple, which is interesting to experiment with.

Nestle Violet Crumble

violet crumble world bites

Last but definitely the least, I would love to horde boxes of Violet Crumble. I grew up enjoying this crunchy chocolate bar not knowing it would soon be difficult to buy in the Philippines. Now that it’s available on World Bites, I’m excited to have this chocolate bar shipped all the way from Australia!

How to Get Treats From World Bites

All you need to do is sign up for a World Bites subscription. The website says that a subscription is like a blind tour to the different snacks available throughout the world. A box will be sent to your address each month containing carefully curated snacks.

Since each box comes as a surprise, World Bites is unable to accept customizing the snack box. But they are working on making this option available to better suit the dietary needs of their subscribers.

World Bites Box Sizes

Mini: 5-6 snacks
Classic: 10-11 snacks

World Bites Subscription Plans

  • 1 month
  • 3 months
  • 6 months
  • 12 months

The longer your subscription is, the more you can save money.

World Bites Subscription Prices


  • 1 Month – P595/month (cancel anytime)
  • 3 Months – P579/month (ends after 3 months)
  • 6 Months – P547/month (ends after 6 months)
  • 12 Months – P499/month (ends after 12 months)


  • 1 Month – P 1,190/month (cancel anytime)
  • 3 Months – P 1,158/month (ends after 3 months)
  • 6 Months – P 1,094/month (ends after 6 months)
  • 12 Months – P 998/month (ends after 12 months)

World Bites Shipping Rates

Subscription box flat rates:

Metro Manila: P89/box
Provincial: P179/box

Once you’ve decided on your subscription plan, you can make your payment through Paypal (Credit card or Debit card), Bank transfer (BDO/BPI), or Cash on Delivery. They will then send your box through Xend.

I’m really looking forward to trying out this exciting service. I also hope they find Alpine White Chocolate as I’ve been searching for it for over 10 years already.

Have you tried World Bites before? Let me know how your experience was in a comment below.


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Good Food Trip (previously GoodFoodTrips) is the personal food blog of an ex-Culinary Arts student named Trixie. She loves cooking as much as experiencing new restaurants. When she's not eating, she's working as a Writer and doing wifey duties.
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  1. Reply

    That looks really interesting! One of the things I always get excited about whenever my mom sends us care packages from overseas is getting to try weird snacks! This honestly seems like a load of fun and deliciousness! 🙂

  2. Reply

    Wow, imported snacks… I want. But if permihon. Buslot gyud bulsa ani.

  3. Reply

    I’ve always want to try snacks from different places. I want to make one of those snacks reaction. Hahaha! I guess this is a good place to get them. Thank youu! 😀

  4. Reply

    This is interesting! It’s really hard to get hold of some snacks from other countries, and I’d have a better chance if I subscribe to this one. Makabuslot lang ug bulsa. Hahaha

  5. Reply

    Wow! another way to get to taste different snacks from the other countries. I wonder if they include Japan’s exotic and rare flavors like the chocolate cheetos.

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