Jordans Fruity Fibre Muesli Reviews
Product Type: Jordans Breakfast
Newest Review: ... average cereal box although it is packed with cereal. The box is a yellowy orange colour on the bottom half with white ... more
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by - written on 21/05/09 (Very useful, 95 readings)
I first tried Jordans fruity fibre muesli when I recieved a free sample from another site, and must say I really enjoyed it. The packaging is quite simple with orange and white colouring with Jordans branding at the top and the flavour underneath, then a picture of the cereal at the bottom and details of what is included in the muesli. When you pour these into your bowl they seem coated in a white powder and then when you add the milk the contents seem to come alive and look brighter and more appealing although the milk gets soaked up quickly, you can also see lots of the fruit and nuts included with the muesli and it looks fairly tasty as far as ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/04/09 (Very useful, 153 readings)
Muesli is it rabbit food or an up market breakfast cereal? Certainly some I have tried doesn't look any more tempting that what Fluffy might eat, some is so sweet that you know it can't be good for you and today I shall tell you about Jordans Muesli Fruity Fibre. What's in a name? Well "fruity fibre" put me off for a start. I know fibre is good for you, but too much fibre just upsets my tummy and gives me diarrhoea, so I was rather wary about this muesli. Who are Jordans? Jordans have been in the milling business for over 150 years, so they know their oats! Sorry about that! They have a passion for taste and believe ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/04/09 (Very useful, 160 readings)
Jordans is a company that have been making wholegrain cereals since the 1970's but have actually been in the milling business for over 150 years. They make a wide variety of cereals and cereal bars. I have been eating Jordans muesli for a while and recently after they relaunched their muesli with new packaging have been trying out a few of their different varieties. The most recent one to make it into my shopping basket was the fruity fibre muesli. The muesli comes in a 650g box and costs around £2.68. This muesli contains both raw and toasted wholegrains, apricots, apples, dates, flame raisins, brazil nuts and pumpkin ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/02/09 (Very useful, 51 readings)
I came across an internet link for a free sample of Jordans Muesli fruit fibre a couple of weeks ago. I received it within a week of applying and have just this morning opened it and had it for my breakfast! The sample contains enough for a bowl and can still be applied for on their website. You can find it in a quick google search of 'Jordans Muesli' (not sure if i am allowed to post a link) They also send a 50p-off coupon for a full pack of Jordans fruity fibre muesli which is valid until 31/03/09 - i personally will be using mine! The cereal contains wholegrain flakes, brazil nuts, pumpkin seeds, dry apples, apricots, dates and ... Read the complete review
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