Dorset Cereals Super High Fibre Reviews
Product Type: Dorset Cereals Breakfast
Description:Brand: Dorset Cereals / Type: Cereal / Super High Fibre is a really delicious blend of toasted cereals with juicy chilean flame raisins, dates, sunflower seeds, toasted coconut, apricots and roasted hazelnuts. Ingredients: Toasted and malted wheat flakes ... more
Dorset Cereals Super High Fibre ... (wheat, malt), Chilean Flame Raisins (27%), Toasted and Malted Oat Flakes (Oats, Malt), Dates (8%), Sunflower Seeds (6%), Toasted Coconut (5.5%), Dried Apricots (2.5%) (Apricots, Preservative: Sulphur Dioxide), Roasted Hazelnuts (1%).
Newest Review: ... per 100g is not bad! If the fibre thing is an issue, something I do is either mix in a bit of a bran cereal or slice a banana ... more
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DORSET CEREALS Dorset S/high Fibre Cereal 730
Super High Fibre Cereal
Last Update 03.12.2013 12:17
by - written on 01/04/10 (Very useful, 75 readings)
This has got to be one of my all-time favourite muesli cereals. (It probably was the favourite until they brought out their newest one, 'fantastically fruity roasted and toasted muesli' but I won't go into that here!) The first thing to say is that the 'Super High Fibre' of the name should be taken in the context of muesli cereals - this is obviously not going to be as high fibre as predominantly bran based cereals, but 8.4 g per 100g is not bad! If the fibre thing is an issue, something I do is either mix in a bit of a bran cereal or slice a banana on top - or both! The next thing I would mention is that Dorset muesli boxes all have a clear ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/03/10, updated on 14/03/11 (Very useful, 95 readings)
I am a regular porridge eater but sometimes I like something different. Browsing trough the shelves there is a huge selection of breakfast cereals which are completely unknown to me as I had only had porridge for the past 6 years. Looking at all those brands was really difficult to tell which one wore truly healthy or not, I could of spent an hour trying to figure things out but decided not to so I just quickly picked up Dorset Cereal, super high in fibre ones. What attracted me to the product was the fact that is says super high fibre on it and the packaging is neat, simple rather country side basic, it had a certain type of good old fashioned healthy inviting food to .. Read the complete review
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