Aldi Harvest Morn Fruit & Fibre Reviews
Product Type: Aldi Breakfast
Description:Brand: Aldi / Type: Cereal
Newest Review: ... 'fruit & fibre' ranges to be quite pricey on our budget. However, this one at Aldi screamed value at £1.19 for a ... more
by - written on 23/07/13, updated on 23/07/13 (Very useful, 125 readings)
You may have read from my intro that I am a registered Nutritionist. Breakfast, as we know is vitally important and I never skip it. Wholegrain cereal tends to be my first choice as it provides a huge helping of dietary fibre (which most of us don't get enough of) plus a good serving of protein in the milk. One of the basic principles with eating well (regardless of whether weight loss is required) is that a combination of wholegrain carbohydrate and protein at each meal is fantastic for satiety (feeling full); therefore resisting the urge to snack later. However, the real selling points of a breakfast cereal for me are: 1. It is so much easier than ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/06/12 (Very useful, 258 readings)
In the morning I usually opt for a cereal bar of some kind or weetabix, but whilst taking a trip to aldi (which i don't often do) I had a quick look to see what they had to offer that was cheaper than where I usually shop and something that ended up in my basket along with some cereal bars was harvest morn's Fruit and Fibre cereal. ~ Price and availability ~ Harvest Morn is a brand exclusively to aldi, therefore you can only purchase this product in aldi stores. A 750g box is priced at a respectable £1.15, which is considerabely cheaper than most other ridiculously priced cereals these days, especially considering this is a big box of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/10/09 (Very useful, 408 readings)
Of a morning I can usually be found chomping on some type of cereal (I had the last bowl of this morning actually!). As a gym enthusiast I know how important having breakfast to me. If I miss it I crave stuff I shouldn't all day long and my body seems to be trying to beg for food all day long like it's playing some kind of catch up! I love fruity cereals and as I'm off to train I have a huge bowl (sometimes 2!) and because of this my Mum does occasionally try to divert me away from premium branded cereals to shops own, and for the most part I'm not phased by this at all. The other day my Mother got me a box of these from Aldi costing about 99p a ... Read the complete review
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