Tesco Value Frosted Flakes Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Breakfast
Newest Review: ... enough to determine how long they will last before they do lose their crunch! Tesco describe the flakes as 'sugar frosted ... more
by - written on 28/11/09 (Very useful, 19 readings)
My mum brought these Frosted Flakes from Tesco last week and they're not that bad and mega cheap at £1.15 for a 500g bag. I don't eat Kelloggs Frosties that much so can't see much of a difference between them and these cheaper ones. The flakes are a bit thicker and crunchier than normal Kelloggs corn flakes but that doesn't bother me, actually I prefer the texture of these because they take longer to go soggy in the milk. The only problem is that once they start going soggy they get mega wet and sloppy dead quick so you're better off to eat your bowl of cereal as fast as possible. It's very sweet and it feels to me like there's a lot more sugar on ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/11/09 (Very useful, 45 readings)
Because of my lingering cold I have been feeling sorry for myself and have grown tired of having "healthy" breakfasts of muesli and 'wholegrain goodness cereals'. As I was in Tesco the other day and wanted to try something a bit different on a morning I picked up Tesco's own take on an old favourite "Frosties" and at a fraction of the price of the big brand name I figured I didn't have that much to lose. The box is simply but attractively designed in a blue colour with a bowl of flakes pictured on the front. You can't help but notice the name "Frosted Flakes" and its contents are described as being "sugar frosted flakes of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/05/09 (Very useful, 78 readings)
We eat cereal every day in our house, and quite often we will go for cheaper brands to save a few pennies. One brand that I remember having at Uni is this Tesco Value equivalent to Kelllogg's Frosties: their Frosted Flakes. The Flakes are contained in a white sealed plastic bag, strong enough to seal, don't confuse my description with a carrier bag! It's easy to confuse with other TV cereal products, but there is a picture on the front to help you make sure you're picking up the right thing. Nutritionally, there's not much difference between these flakes and Frosties, with perhaps the main difference being that these actually contain more fat, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/04/09 (Very useful, 53 readings)
We always buy Tesco Value Frosted Flakes, which are also known as the poor family's Frosties, and no-one has ever complained yet! They cost around 80 pence for the full size packet, and the design is the usual basic Tesco Value packaging: You know the one, red , white and blue stripes. Instead of a cardboard box, what you get is a plastic bag, sealed at the top, with a sort of waxy looking finish. I guess this is just one way of keeping the cost down. Obviously this means that it is harder to store them as they are - you can't stand them in a row with other cereal boxes, however this is not a problem for us because we have a plastic ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/01/09 (Very useful, 286 readings)
In the bid to penny pinch even further and following the success of the Coco Snaps I thought I would try the frosted flakes to see how these compare to the premium brand. ****Packaging**** Premium brands are packaged in a sealed plastic bag that in turn is kept within a cardboard box that clearly displays the branding of the product. The box will be bright, colourful and attractive in order to entice the public to buy the product. The supermarket will display the premium brands at eye level since these make the largest margins. In contrast Tesco displays it's own branded frosted flakes in a bag that is in the well- known value colours of ... Read the complete review
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