McVities Go Ahead Apple Fruit Bakes Reviews
Product Type: McVities Snacks
Description:Brand: Mc Vitie's / Type: Biscuits
Newest Review: ... be higher than a £1. I think them claiming each bar to be 1 portion of fruit is a new concept but i'm not really sure and I ... more
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McVitie's Go Ahead Apple Fruit Bakes 4x6x35g
Go Ahead Apple Fruit Bakes. If you like the taste of fruit then y ...
Last Update 08.03.2014 07:43
by - written on 19/07/07 (Very useful, 751 readings)
Whenever I see “Go Ahead” products from McVities, I always think of the dry “garibaldi” type crackers or delicious chocolate rice bars they sell against anything else the “Go Ahead” range may actually include. This is no fault of the maker but rather me, as I have only tried a few successful variants along the way and still return to the dry fruit slices whenever I see them in the shops. Recently though I was looking for something a little different since the last biscuit type thing I had was Sainsbury’s Fig Rolls and as delicious as they may well have been the advent of running to the toilet as an option after consumption was not considered ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/04/10 (Very useful, 164 readings)
Breakfast today again meant going through the cupboards to see what there was to eat and today I decided to give in to these Go Ahead Apple Fruit Bakes. I'm really not a breakfast bar person but decided to give it a shot for the users of Dooyoo...also, I woke up absolutely starving so it seemed like a good option. As I didn't buy them myself, I looked at online supermarket comparison websites and they retail at around £2.25 per box of 6, but Tesco currently has an offer on of 2 boxes for £3. Packaging. These bars come in boxes of 6, a box which is now different from the one above. Currently the box is predominantly light green with the same Go Ahead logo ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/11/08 (Very useful, 177 readings)
Despite my attempts to shift a few extra pounds, my body simply will not function without at least one sweet treat per day. So whilst I'm attempting to curb my intake of chocolate, cakes and ice cream for a while, I needed a relatively healthy substitute. It was during a visit to Somerfield that I found myself stocking up on salads and vegetables and other healthy things when I inadvertently wandered down the chocolate and biscuit aisle. In an attempt to stay relatively faithful to my new diet, my eye soon settled on the Go Ahead range which offers a selection of low fat snacks and treats. A few items appealed to me but it was the yellow 50% reduction ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/02/10, updated on 23/02/10 (Very useful, 62 readings)
I bought these lately at my local Fultons store, they were on offer , two boxes for £1.50. I thought this was a bargain as I`ve seen them in Tesco for £1.99, but I dont think they are worth that. In the cardboard box there are 6 bars of 35 grams each, all individually wrapped in a plastic wrapper. They advertised as having less than 8% fat, but beware they have nearly 10g of sugar in each bar. On opening an Apple bar, it immediately strikes me as a fig roll, the apple has the same outer as a fig roll and tastes the same as the biscuit part of the fig roll. The bar to bite into is like a soft biscuit type , with the pureed ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/03/09 (Very useful, 104 readings)
I've been getting peckish quite alot lately, and have slightly gone off of my usual dry snack - the apple nutri grain bar, so whilst in asda the other day, I saw these, Go Ahead Fruit Bakes, apple flavoured. I thought they might give me a bit of a change from the nutri grain bar, but not too much to make me crave one, so I popped them in my trolley and off I went. According to the box.... Golden baked bars with a delicious apple flavoured filling. If you're craving a treat, try a delicious Fruit Bake. These golden-baked treats are packed with a range of refreshing fruit flavoured fillings & encased in a delicious wheat biscuit and all under 125 ... Read the complete review
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