Cadbury's Brunch Bar Raisin Reviews
Product Type: Cadbury's Snacks
Newest Review: ... bars. I guess it does look ok, it looks better than the hazelnut ones which are a dull light brown and the choc chip are a ... more
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Cadbury Raisin Brunch Bar 35 g (Pack of 30)
Cereal and raisin bar half covered with milk chocolate Suitable f ...
Last Update 18.05.2013 16:11
by - written on 09/05/13 (Very useful, 24 readings)
These Brunch bars are a regular feature of my work day, one of them accompanies my mid-morning cuppa, and it really does bridge the gap when lunch seems a long way away... they are real revitalising boost. Packaging They are made by Cadburys, which was the initial big draw to me - you know there is going to be some great chocolate featuring in the snack somewhere. The packs come in 6's, and inside, the bars are individually wrapped . Apart from the familiar (comforting) dark purple of Cadbury's, the packaging is a fairly uninspiring shade of light purple - this is the same for the box as well as the individual bars. I guess it does look ok, it looks ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/02/11 (Very useful, 88 readings)
Im stuck in bed with a horrible cold today and don't feel like eating but managed to munch a Brunch bar for a little energy and it seems to have brought me round a little so im going to write this review and get my head down again. The brunch bars are made by Cadbury's and come in a pack of six which are on offer at the moment in Morrisons supermarkets for £1 a pack which is great as if you eat them like your supposed to and have one a day these can give you the energy to carry on working or just get you going in the mornig if you don't feel like breakfast like me today. The packet is cardboard and can be recycled and inside you get six brunch bars ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/05/10 (Very useful, 113 readings)
This review is for the chocolate and hazelnut variety of the Brunch Bar. In my quest to be healthier I have swapped my usual morning chocolate bar or biscuit for a cereal bar. I generally find these products quite expensive so buy them when on offer or at a reduced rate. Whilst browsing in my local Home Bargains store I found a box of 6 Cadburys Brunch bars for £1.09. The box is pretty standard as these things go with a slotted top that opens in the middle. You are supposed to be able to slot your fingers between the two and be left with a resealable edge but I always end up ripping the cardboard and this packet was no exception. As the product ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/04/10 (Very useful, 58 readings)
I really like these brunch bars, mainly because it allows me to get a cheeky chocolate fix but still feel as though I am eating healthily. The product comes in a pack of 6, which costs approximately £1.50. I brought mine from Morrisons although they are available from all major supermarkets and from some of the smaller convenience stores although the prices may vary. I really like the packaging, purple is my favourite colour so that probably influences my opinion. I think its fairly simple and has the usual Cadburys style. I like the fact the product displayed on the box is a true image of the product inside. You can find with some products that ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/03/10 (Very useful, 139 readings)
OVERVIEW: I drive quite a long distance to work each day and as a result don't normally feel like eating breakfast so early in the morning. When I eventually get to work I am starving and need something quick and easy to fend off those hunger pains. I have recently discovered that Cadbury produces a handy brunch bar that comes in both raisin and hazelnut flavours. My favourite flavour is the raisin bar which forms the basis of my opinions in this review. The bars are made using a mixture of oats, bran flakes, raisins, crispies and honey which are all bound together with a layer of Cadbury's milk chocolate - delicious! PACKAGING: The ... Read the complete review
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