Asda Cranberry Wheats Reviews
Product Type: Asda Snacks
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by - written on 17/07/09 (Very useful, 19 readings)
I love cereals and have recently again been trying various different ones. One of the cereals I've sampled is Asda Cranberry Wheats. This can be found in only in Asda 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 Wheat based cereals. These particular ones were right next to the bite size shredded wheat. They come in one sized box only and this weighs 500g. This is pretty average for a cereal box and Is the same as most others on the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/01/07 (Very useful, 181 readings)
BACKGROUND Every New Year I make a resolution to lose weight, and every year I break it within weeks. This year I was determined that I was going to eat sensibly. I needed to find a breakfast cereal that would be healthier for me, but didn’t taste bland. On one of my frequent shopping trips to Asda, I discovered something new to try. PRODUCT Cranberry Wheats are made by Asda. The size of the box I purchase was 500g and cost £1.38. This size box is the only one available for this product. The description of this product on the box is, and I quote “Mini shredded wholegrain biscuit cereal with a cranberry ... Read the complete review
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