Jordans Natural Muesli Reviews
Product Type: Jordans Breakfast
Description:Brand: Jordans / Type: Muesli / Wholegrain cereal flakes with dried fruits and nuts.
Newest Review: ... sugar, something which is considered very unhealthy. When I came across Jordan's Natural Muesli I was relieved to find ... more
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Jordans Natural Muesli 1 Kg (Pack of 4)
No added sugar Suitable for vegetarians Wholegrain cereal flakes ...
Last Update 11.12.2013 08:31
by - written on 29/07/09 (Very useful, 519 readings)
I usually enjoy a slice of toast with peanut butter ( it has to be crunchy!) for my breakfast, but on the odd occasion I try to be good and have some cereal. Since discovering this cereal in my 99p shop I have become a great lover of it and now have cereal more often. The packet I have is slightly different to the bag that they show on this page as mine is in a beige and cream box. This cereal is one of the Jordans Muesli range they have 7 in total; Jordans Natural Jordans Tropical Jordans Nut and Seed Jordans Super Berry Jordans Organic Jordans Fruity Fibre Jordans Fruit and Nut They have been in ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/03/09 (Very useful, 468 readings)
Jordans have undergone some rebranding of their muesli and the packaging is no longer the same as in the picture above. Now each of the muesli varieties come in cardboard boxes. I always have to have some breakfast before I leave the house and like to try and have something that is healthy, nutritious and filling. A bowl of muesli fits all these criteria and also tastes pretty good too. I used to always eat Alpen but there is a lot of sugar in that so have in recent years often opted for Jordans cereals which are a lot better for you. Jordans offer a great variety of muesli with a variety of dried fruit and nut options. This muesli is the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/07/08, updated on 30/07/08 (Very useful, 108 readings)
I've never, ever liked cereal, or generally anything in a bowl. Or to be more accurate, I'd like them for a few days then I'd start dry puking every time I tried to eat a spoonful. So I snuck it in the bin as a child. Actually I've always been terrible with any kind of breakfast, it's just cereal and that sort has always been the worst. I found toast and firmly stuck to it as the only breakfast food. Then I found myself with a voucher for Jordan's muesli...well, I couldn't pass it up, could I? I bought this. Jordan's Natural Muesli. Aaagh, could it be any nicer?! Er, perhaps skipped a stage of storytelling there, but my goodness. This could not be ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/05/10 (Very useful, 90 readings)
We have a diabetic in our family and I am always on the hunt for food that is low in sugar. Jordans Natural Muesli ticks many of the boxes, natural cereals without anything added, natural dried fruit which contains it's own natural sweetness; even a diabetic must have some natural sugar, found in fruit, to keep their sugar levels in balance. But, and it is only a small but, I did have a problem once with a packet of Jordans Natural Muesli, the cereal smelt musty. I sent a sample to Jordans and complained. Jordans are a private family run business, with many years experience, so it wasn't a good thing to discover they have a customer with a complaint. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/12/10 (Useful, 213 readings)
Being a university student, I hardly have any time to create my own cereal from scratch in the mornings; my schedule is fast-paced. For quite a while I have been eating cereals such as Bran Flakes and Weetabix, but one day I noticed that they add sugar to their cereals. While I'm not against sugar in its unrefined form, I was somewhat cautious about eating the aforementioned cereals as I did not know whether they contained refined sugar, something which is considered very unhealthy. When I came across Jordan's Natural Muesli I was relieved to find something without added sugar. This was not the only redeeming aspect of the muesli. A wide variety of fruit, ... Read the complete review
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