Morrisons Fruit & Fibre (Cereal) Reviews
Product Type: Morrisons Breakfast
Newest Review: ... affect the nutrition. Having said this I don't think there is really much difference in the flavour of Morrisons' fruit and ... more
by - written on 05/12/09 (Very useful, 109 readings)
As much as I love chocolate breakfast cereals (or anything with chocolate in, lol!) I do like a change so I've been eating some of my mum's Morrisons Fruit & Fibre in the morning, and its' really nice for supper too! This is part of the Eat Smart range they do which is high in fibre and really healthy for you with bran flakes and dried mixed fruit and roasted chopped mixed nuts... The one I am reviewing is a 500g box which is grey and purple with a bowl of the cereal on the front. This contains folic acid and vitamins and iron and is suitable for vegetarians... There is a best before end of July 10 so it last for ages when ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/11/09 (Very useful, 55 readings)
I have always been a fan of Kellogg's Fruit and Fibre so when I saw a similar product under the Morrison's own label, I decided to give it a try. It was a whole £1.50 cheaper than my regular brand so at £1.25 it had to be worth a try. Now, I am not the world's best breakfast eater. I know that I should eat breakfast and I can manage it if it's quick, easy and I can eat it with out too much effort. This was quick and easy but eating it was a marathon task. I got what I thought I was getting; a bowl of whole wheat flakes with bits of nuts and dried fruit in among, at least that's what I found once I had searched for the fruit. There were bits of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/03/09 (Very useful, 115 readings)
I do like some cereal, but have noticed the prices in the supermarkets is leaping up especially for the big branded products. In Morrisons last week I decided to buy a box of their own brand Fruit & Fibre which I forgot was in the cupboard until yesterday morning when I decided to try a bowl for my breakfast. I must admit it's not as good as the Kellogg's version of Fruit & Fibre, and really it's not very much cheaper so I can't see me buying this one again. The main problem is how soggy the cereal flakes go once I've added the cold milk, before pouring the milk over they are deliciously crunchy and smell very malty but within seconds of adding the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/02/09, updated on 06/02/09 (Very useful, 292 readings)
Cereal I love it! Not that I'm ever up for breakfast don't get me wrong me, no I like eating it any time of the day and the one's that are my favourite are one's with lots of dried fruits in to tickle my taste-buds and satisfy my sweet tooth. Like most people reading this I like sweet things that are bad for me but I always have fruity cereals about to try get myself to stay on a healthy path with my diet and I have to say I've always found it to work but that's because I love and adore cereal lol. It has to be said when it comes to this type of cereal I find that shops own brands actually usually fall quite flat. Either the flakes are soggy and not malty and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/05/13 (Very useful, 70 readings)
I'm usually in a mad rush in the mornings and don't have much time for breakfast but I do think it's important to have something to eat in the morning. I try to eat as healthily as possible and some time ago thought that it would be a good idea to try Fruit and Fibre breakfast cereal. I tried the Kellogg's brand and found the cereal to be very tasty. Then one day I noticed that Morrisons sell their own packaged Fruit and Fibre Cereal at around half the price of Kellogg's, so I thought I'd give it a try. PACKAGING:- The box is a purple colour with a large photo of a bowl of the cereal on the front and back. On one side of the box is a list of ... Read the complete review
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