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Eat Natural Brazil Sultana Bar

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Brand: Eat Natural / Type: Cereal Bars

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      29.07.2012 02:48
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      A moreish, wholesome treat!

      The Eat Natural bar with brazils, sultanas, almonds, peanuts and hazelnuts is a filling and wholesome snack. Well worthwhile keeping one in your bag for a bit of energy and to curb hunger whilst at uni, work, before, during or after exams, as well as during the month of Ramadan (or fasting at any time for that matter) if you need to break your fast while you are out and about.

      Packed in this small bar, you get moreish soft and crunchy textures with a generous amount of nutty and honey flavours that ooze from each bite.

      The factory does deal with cow's milk, but I'm lactose intolerant and still enjoy them! I think it's one of the few cereal bars which I have seen that doesn't include milk powder or yoghurt etc.

      The packaging is recyclable (5 PP) so as well as not consuming any unnatural products, you can opt to not add anything unnatural to the soils of Old Blighty.

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        15.04.2010 23:18
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        Try one

        I really like the Eat Natural range of fruit and nut bars. I have been eating them for a few years now. I find that they are great as either a snack or breakfast when I need something quick. They are quite expensive though. I paid 89p for this bar in a petrol station.

        The brazil, sultana, almond, peanut and hazelnut bar is one of my favourites but I have found it difficult to find in shops at times. The bar is gluten free and suitable for vegetarians. It contains nuts and may contain soya, sesame seeds and cow's milk so is not suitable for anyone who is allergic to any of those ingredients. The bar is 50g in weight and each bar will give you 235kcal, 6.1g of protein, 20.3g of carbohydrates of which 12.9g are sugars, 14.4g of fat of which 2.1g are saturates, 2.9g of fibre and 3mg of sodium.

        The bar itself looks lovely. Just looking through the wrapper, you can see loads of puffed rice and big chunks of nut with succulent sultanas. When you bite into it, the bar is a bit chewy due to the honey that holds it all together and it has a faint taste of honey too. Each mouthful gives you something different as you never know what combination of things you will get. The sultanas are big and juicy and add a touch of sweetness to the bar. The different nuts are clearly visible and they are good sized chunks of each nut. The puffed rice adds a different texture to the mix. Overall I think these bars are lovely and I would much prefer to eat one of these to a chocolate bar.

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