Product Type: Tesco Breakfast
Newest Review: ... 375g Cheerios, they are a good value, healthy breakfast cereal, and in fact the Tesco Multigrain actually have 2g less sugar per 100g, whic... more
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Tesco Multigrain Hoops
Member Name: Funhouse
Tesco Multigrain Hoops
Advantages: As good as the big brands, Excellent Value for Money
All my family love Nestle Cheerios, and I prefer them to eat a cereal with reduced sugar rather than some of the sugary, chocolate laden breakfast offerings.
I discovered Tesco's own version of the cereal, Tesco Multigrain Hoops, a few years ago. Like Cheerios, they are small hoops of oat, barley, wheat, maize and rice, and although have a sugar coating, have less sugar than many other cereals. They are also fortified with Vitamins, Folic Acid and Iron. They taste and look just like Cheerios, but at £1.39 per 375g box, opposed to £2.09 for 375g Cheerios, they are a good value, healthy breakfast cereal, and in fact the Tesco Multigrain actually have 2g less sugar per 100g, which is a double bonus.
The first time my family tried the cereal, no-one noticed the difference, and still to this day are pretty unware of them not being actual 'Cheerios'
They come in a traditional cardboard cereal box, the box is white with coloured writing and a bowl of the cereal is pictured on the front of the box. The design of the box is not dissimilar to the Nestle Brand.
The hoops are tasty, slightly sweet and a filling breakfast, my kids also often have them dry as a snack.
The only difference I have noticed is the hoops are only slightly smaller than Cheerios, but taste exactly the same, and have same amount of vitamins and iron.
They are currently on offer at Tesco for 99p per box, and if you like Cheerios, you'll like these, I doubt you'll notice any difference!
Summary: As good, if not better, than top Brands at twice the price
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