Kelloggs Multigrain Start Cereal Reviews
Product Type: Kellogg's Breakfast
Newest Review: ... I don't think it's a very inviting looking box, and is quite dated in fashion (I don't think its changed much from the 80's ... more
by Philipp Breuss-Schneeweis - written on 11/03/11
... in 1985. I remember it since then.Whenever someone goes to England, I ask to bring as many boxes as he/she can carry.During the soccer world cup in Germany in 2006, Kellogg's Start were sold briefly in continental Europe (at least in Austria) under a different name in a soccer promotion because the cereal look a bit like a soccer ball, I guess.I would be happy if Kellogg's start selling them in continental Europe, but I guess these products don't go as well in here as in the UK.Anyway, I like them a lot.Philipp
by - written on 20/05/10 (Very useful, 105 readings)
Start is a breakfast cereal produced by Kellogg's and is available in most supermarkets. However, I never hear anyone mention Start, or see it advertised anywhere on TV or magazines. And I'm not even sure why, as it's a tasty cereal and one of my favourites! It's been around since the 80's, so it's not like it's even that new. * Size & Price Start usually only comes in one size of 375g and I never see it on special offer (bummer!) so whenever I do end up buying it, I always have to pay full price for it. It currently costs about £1.75 in Tesco. * Packaging * It comes in a fairly boring standard cardboard box which is grey ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/12/09, updated on 01/12/09 (Very useful, 190 readings)
Since my childhood Kelloggs Start has always been my favorite cereal! I have fond memories snaffling it out of the variety packs Kelloggs offered or beaming as my mum bought a box home from the supermarket. Start as described by the Kellogg's website is: "a cereal for people on the move, people who know that a combination of diet and exercise is the key to keeping fit... inside and out. The crisp, malty taste of wheat, corn and oats is a really enjoyable way to get the energy you need, and Start is also packed with vitamins and minerals which provide a third of your daily needs of vital nutrients in a single bowlful. So begin every ... Read the complete review
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