Kellogg's Krave Cereal Reviews
Product Type: Kellogg's Breakfast
Description:Brand: Kellogg's / Type: Cereal
Newest Review: ... and a 375g box of this will set you back £2.79. The cereal inside is kind of a pale yellow "pillows" which are ... more
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by JonathonCross - written on 19/10/11
After trying a Tesco version of "Krave" I decided to ignore the ludicrous price tag and to go for it! I am sad to say, Kellogs why not just go for the £1.00 cheaper Tesco version???? How did "Kelloggs" come about; It all started on the February 19, 1906. That was Whenilliam Keith Kellogg made his Battle Creek Toasted Corn Flakes Company. It quickly became successful and quickly became known as Kelloggs and today is the most successful cereal company today. I am today however going to focus on one of their latest breakfast cereal Krave. I shall be reviewing the plain chocolate version as shown in my picture. Taste; I have to say that ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/08/11 (Very useful, 510 readings)
I thought I had got my son into some reasonable eating habits lately. He has been eating lots of salad, in particular cheese and salad toasted sandwiches. He liked having this for breakfast and didn't seem to have any interest in cereals any more. Then out of the blue the other day he said he has gone off the cheese and salad toasties!! He said he doesn't want toast; he doesn't eat beans and he doesn't eat Egg; he only rarely eats bacon. I was thinking to myself that I am running out of choices! I know when I was a child, we were not given a choice....so maybe I am too soft. However, I don't really believe in giving children foods they either do not like or non longer .. Read the complete review
by - written on 12/06/11 (Very useful, 253 readings)
I have a terrible sweet tooth and often need very sugary or chocolatey cereals in the morning for breakfast. I try to be healthy and go for things like Crunchy Nut Cornflakes but more often than not I end up eating Coco Pops or Nesquik! I noticed this Kelloggs Krave cereal in store recently and thought it looked new and interesting. It looked like the perfect cereal for me as it is comprised of a cereal shell packed full of chocolate hazelnut spread centre. I tend to buy huge packs of cereal so I was dissapointed to only be able to find this cereal in a small 375g box which contains approcimately 12 times 30g servings. The cereal packaging is designed to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/06/10 (Very useful, 233 readings)
Eveywhere i look nowadays there seems to be Krave advertising, on the TV bus stop bill boards, all over supermarkets, i even witnessed pro-Krave graffitti in a bathroom stall (!)- im not sure if i can directly blame Kellogg's for this, but nevertheless, not even in our most private moments can we escape the forced Kravings of the chocolaty treat. And apparently, thier geurilla campaign worked. All i could think about for weeks was this cereal, and unless you live in a krave (sorry, cave- they really got to me), it should be the same for you. However, do not be fooled by the rocks that they got, take the following as a warning. Heed it, heed it! It was on my ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/06/10 (Very useful, 94 readings)
The reviews on this product have not been that encouring to try the breakfast cereal. But I think I may have hit on a reason for this. The wrong age group are maybe tasting it. I made this startling discovery after taking my two granddaughters out for a weekly shop. Their parents had absconded, for some strange reason, during the children's half term school holiday; funny this seems to be happening to me quiet frequently now the girls are approaching that awkward age. I had never heard of this cereal until the girls pointed out that they had tried it and said it was "lovely" so into the supermarket trolley it was dropped by one of ... Read the complete review
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