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Sainsbury's Wholegrain Raisin Wheats

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Brand: Sainsbury's / Type: Cereal

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      02.11.2009 00:33
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      A cheaper alternative to Kellogg's and with 13% more raisin

      I am a fan of Kellogg's Raisin Wheat cereal, in fact its my favourite cereal out there so my Mum often has to stock up! One day I ran out and Sainsbury's didn't have any so my Mum picked up "Sainsbury's Wholegrain Raisin Wheat's" to tide me over until they were back in stock.

      I tried them and they were lovely! So nice in fact I never went back to Kellogg's. They are a slightly different shape to look at so I didn't know what to expect when I bit in but was pleasantly surprised, it was, well... more raisin-y!

      I looked it up and found it contains 13% more raisin which in my eyes (or should that be mouth) makes it 13 times better!

      The odd thing is though to me it tastes less sweet and I put more sweetener on it than Kellogg's but actually per 100grams it has 2 grams more.

      Price wise Kellogg's is £2.80 a box, Sainsbury's is £1.84 or 2 for £3, and in my opinion is actually much tastier!

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