McVities Go Ahead Forest Fruit Yogurt Breaks Reviews
Product Type: McVities Snacks
Newest Review: ... come in a box of 6 packs of 2, with each packet wrapped separately in a green foil. These are really convenient to carry ... more
by - written on 22/04/08 (Very useful, 171 readings)
...Introduction... These biscuits have been around for a short time and are made by Mcvities who have come a long way since they started producing biscuits way back in 1830. They now offer a wide range of biscuit products Included in this range of biscuits are Forest Fruit Yoghurt breaks They are one of a number of products from the "Go Ahead" range and are known for their low calorie count and low fat content. Therefore they are great for people who want to cut back on some of the more unhealthy foods. ...The Package... These are available in a multipack or just individual packs which contain two biscuits each. It ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/08/11 (Very useful, 53 readings)
Go Ahead fruits of the forest yogurt breaks. Whilst trying to lose a bit of weight and skipping by the usual biscuits i tend to buy like the chocolate coated biscuits and the kit-kats, I have stumbled across these delicious but also sweet biscuits as I do have a sweet tooth and I do like the taste of anything covered in yogurt. These biscuits come in a easy to open carboard box and inside their are little sachets containing two biscuits in each plastic bag. The biscuits are shaped in a rectangle shape and have loads of pieces of fruit inside raisins which I just happen to like and also different fruits of the forest, which you can definitely ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/07/10 (Very useful, 81 readings)
It is the time of the year again when a diet seems like a great idea and it is too hot for normal choc bars and sweets anyway. On a recent TESCO shopping trip I tried my best to stick to my new rule not to buy my usual sweets but to try something new instead. The McVities Yogurt Breaks promised a light and healthy snack which combines tasty fruit with normal biscuits and a light yogurt topping. Sounded too good to be true and I was off to the till in no time to buy a few packs of "forest fruit". First not so nice surprise was the price, 215g for over 2 pounds is quite a lot if you ask me What are McVities Go Ahead Yogurt Breaks? The Go ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/07/10, updated on 21/07/10 (Very useful, 216 readings)
The other day I was helping my mum and her husband clear out some things, and do some general cleaning in their old flat to prepare it to go on the market for lease. Before I embarked on this day long task I decided to nip into Tesco to see if I could pick up some healthy nibbles to keep me going for the day. Whilst perusing the biscuit aisle I came across these go ahead yoghurt bars on special offer - BOGOF. Scanning the packet to see what these little snack bars were all about I decided they seemed like a good option and picked up a packet of Raspberry and a packet of Forest fruits and proceeded to the checkout. ==About Go Ahead== I've seen a variety ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/04/10 (Very useful, 51 readings)
Breakfast bars and 'Go Ahead' type snacks are not the sort of things I usually buy, however a colleague gave me one of these Forest Fruit Yoghurt Breaks. As I didn't buy this myself, I obviously have no idea how much they are, but a little check on my friend Sainbury's tells me that they cost £2.28 for a box of 6 twinpacks, which seems expensive to me. They are currently on offer though, two boxes for £3. I can't comment on the boxes, but the biscuits come in individual packets, which contain two biscuits. The packs are foil, which keeps the biscuits fresh and it actually an attractive, eye-catching design, in green with a picture of fruits and the biscuit. ... Read the complete review
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