Tesco Corn Flakes Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Breakfast
Description:Brand: Tesco / Type: Flakes
Newest Review: ... Vitamin D & Vitamin B12. They are quite good for you too, with only serving contains 115 calories per 25g serving, 2.7g ... more
by - written on 25/04/10, updated on 26/02/11 (Very useful, 70 readings)
This review looks at Tesco Corn Flakes and as breakfast is the most important meal of the day, I always ensure I have a good supply of cereals in my kitchen cupboard. The box I am reviewing is 750g in weight and is extremely eye-catching with a large bowl of milk-soaked cornflakes dominating the majority of the front of the packaging. There is an image of a glass of orange juice and plate of mouth-watering buttered toast. Above the bowl of cornflakes is a large red square with the Tesco logo and the words "Corn Flakes" in large white lettering. In the top right hand corner is a green circle with the image of a person leaping ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/02/10, updated on 05/02/10 (Very useful, 72 readings)
My family enjoy Tesco's own brand cereals, in fact they prefer the taste of them to Kelloggs, which they say goes too soft, too quickly. As I am on an economy drive, I am delighted at this! The only problem I find, is that my husband enjoys Tesco Cornflakes a little too much. Not only are they eaten every morning for breakfast, but they are also munched every night for supper too. This means we go through two 750g boxes a week! Tesco Cornflakes are a lovely golden colour and they have a great crunch. They are also quite sweet and do not need any sugar added to them. They do look lovely in a bowl, with some milk. Unlike Kelloggs cornflakes, they do ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/11/09 (Very useful, 93 readings)
I do like my boys to have a nice choice of cereals for their breakfast but as the cost of brand names has risen so much lately we have switched to the Tesco's own brand. I have to say that none of my boys even noticed the switch! ~~THE BOX~~ The cornflakes come in a nice big orange box and on the front you have the Tesco logo at the top and the product name underneath. There is also a picture of a nice big bowl of the cornflakes which does actually look very appealing. The back of the box is identical to the front. On the side panels you can find all of the product information including the ingredients, nutrition and storage ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/07/09 (Very useful, 46 readings)
I love cereals and have recently again been trying various different ones. One of the cereals I've sampled is Tesco cornflakes. This can be found in only in Tesco as it is specific to them however the equivalent can be found in other supermarkets such as Tesco. There are also similar cereals in branded names but you must be prepared to pay a lot more for them. They can be found in the cereal aisle alongside the other Tesco cereals. These particular ones were right next to the Bran flakes. They come in two different sized boxes. One of them weighs 500g and the other is larger at 750g..This is quite a average for your typical cereal box as most ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/11/09 (Very useful, 185 readings)
How can Kelloggs charge £2.26 for a 750g box of their Corn Flakes when you can pick up Tesco's own version for only £1.14 for the same size box, when it's essentially an identical product! (Prices from the Tesco website, 09/11/09) I love a big bowl of Corn Flakes in the morning with some ice cold milk and I usually bought the Kelloggs brand as I always thought that supermarkets own versions just wouldn't be as nice... ... I was wrong! Tesco Corn Flakes are the same as Kelloggs Corn Flakes, just different packaging! And what's great is, they are half the price! The only really difference I can see is what is actually in the Corn ... Read the complete review
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