Muller Little Stars Fromage Frais Reviews
Product Type: Muller Dessert / Yoghurts
Description:Type: Yoghurts / Great for lunch boxes.
Newest Review: ... storage guide, this is all clearly written and laid out. The Fromage Frais Muller Little Stars Fromage Frais are designed ... more
by - written on 10/11/09 (Very useful, 57 readings)
~~DESCRIPTION~~ Little Stars fromage frais come in packs of 6 or 18. Their flavours are peach, strawberry, and raspberry. The ingredients are stated as 100% natural and ideal for weaning. The pots have a fairly wide opening making it easy for little hands to self-feed. The six-packs are on offer at Tesco 2 for £2.50, Asda 3 for £3.00, and Sainsbury 2 for £2.50. ~~PROMOTION~~ Muller are currently doing a 'Peppa Pig' promotion on their packs - you need to collect four book tokens (you get two per large pack and one per small pack) and you can get a free Peppa Pig book worth £3.99. See littlestarspeppapig.co.uk for further ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/11/09 (Very useful, 187 readings)
Why this product ********************* We have being having little stars fromage frais in our fridge now for well over a year now since we started weaning our young son at 6 months old. They have been a firm favourite of his since then. We decided to try the Little Stars range first because I was influenced I have to admit by their claim of 100% natural ingredients. This meant when I compared the ingredients on these fromage frais to cheaper alternatives I was able to recognise most ingredients and there were no artificial additives flavorings or preservatives in it. The natural flavorings on the ingredient list I checked out and this means that ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/11/09 (Very useful, 58 readings)
When my first son was wearning, I needed to find something that was easy to eat, not full of junk and tasted great, but still gave him the nutrition he needed at that very sensitive age. So I reached for a Muller Little Stars Fromage Frais. These come in handy 6 packs, with 2 each of 3 different flavours - strawberry, raspberry and peach. The box is bright and colourful which attracts you while walking down the yoghurt aisle in the supermarket, and it boasts "100% natural ingredients" signs on the front. It also states that the fromage frais pots are ideal from weaning and onwards. The ingredients are simple - they amount to 6 ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/11/09 (Very useful, 51 readings)
My little sister is 2 and she's recently had the Noro Virus that she picked up at playgroup we think, we were lucky really because the only one she passed it onto was my dad and he only got it mild for a couple of days. She has only just started eating again after 2 weeks and the doc recommended we keep her off dairy products for a week apart from her bottles of milk, he thinks the dairy products might be what are making her be sick even though the virus has gone. I reckon he's right because we've had her off her yogurts and stuff for 3 days now and already her stomach is a lot stronger. The problem is that 10 minutes before the doc said this my mum had ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/05/09 (Very useful, 184 readings)
After the initial baby rice stage of weaning, I decided to purchase some fromage frais for my baby to try. In the beginning I bought Petit Filous, but on seeing the Muller Little Stars adverts on television frequently I decided to give these a go instead. As stated in the adverts, Muller Little Stars fromage frais only have 6 ingredients in them compared to the much longer ingredients list of their closest rivals and this was a massive selling point for me. It also helped that there was a promotion with the Early Learning Centre (ELC) at the time meaning that there was a chance to win prizes and also a 20% off at the ELC with each ... Read the complete review
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