Jordans Frusili Bars (in general) Reviews
Product Type: Jordans Snacks
Newest Review: ... through until home time. The box is your standard cardboard affair, each with the Jordans logo prominent on the front and ... more
by - written on 11/02/10 (Very useful, 60 readings)
Given far too much of my monthly salary was being pumped into the vending machine at work and I was on a bit of a health kick, I decided to make a change to my daily snacking habits. Out went the McCoy's crisps and in came Jordans Frusli bars. These bars come in packs of 6 and cost around £1.60 from my local Asda store. Occasionally they are to be found on offer in the supermarkets for £1 if you are lucky enough to time it right. My local Asda generally stocks 3 varieties - Raisin & Hazelnut, Red Berry and Blueberry. Having visited the Jordans website, you can also pick up Cranberry & Apple, Truly tropical or even Morello Cherry and Cocoa. I am ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/09/09 (Very useful, 17 readings)
As part of a free trial I was sent a Jordons Frusli bar in the post. They do a wide variety of flavours but I was sent papaya and pineapple. *********** Packaging *********** The bars come in a plastic wrapper in a different colour depending on the flavour. My wrapper was yellow with a clear strip so that you can see the bar itself. The front contains the brand name and the flavour. On the back you can find the best before date, ingredients and contact details. There is a brief description "wholegrain oat cereal bar with dried papaya, dried pineapple and sultanas". It also has a section on allergy information; in this case it contains ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/01/09 (Very useful, 67 readings)
These are a relatively new range of cereal bars that come in five varieties; cranberry and apple, raisin and hazelnut, wild berries, blueberry and limited edition cherry and cocoa- the only flavour I have not tried due to me not seeing it yet in my local Tesco. Although working in a hotel, I am expected to supply my own lunch since the credit crunch and these creal bars have become a staple ingredient in my packed lunch box. I first bought them because I like cranberries and the cranberry and apple variety caught my eye. In the following weeks, I have worked my around the rest of the range available at my supermarket. At £1.19, they are cheaper than other ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/01/09 (Very useful, 38 readings)
I have one of these cereal bars for my mid-morning snack every day, and I can honestly say that they are the best cereal bars I've ever had. They come in a variety of flavours, cherry and cocoa, Wild berries, hazelnut and raisin to name a few. They are made with British Conservation Grade Wholegrain Wheat Flakes, and dried fruit. You can see the big chunky oats in the bar, and the fruit, so its very clear to see exactly what its made of, unlike some other cereal bars (such as special K) where you're really not sure at all what they are made of as the bars look like crushed up cereal or something... Theres around 118 calories per bar, with 3g of fat. Per 100g of the ... Read the complete review
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