Nairn's Mixed Berries Oat Biscuits Reviews
Product Type: Nairn's Snacks
Description:Brand: Nairn's / Biscuits / Enjoy the fruity blend of cranberry and raspberry pieces. Contains no artificial colourings, preservatives, or hydrogenated fat.
Newest Review: ... and nutrition. Inside there are four packets holding five thin oat biscuits. Product - The biscuit is a good size and thin. ... more
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by - written on 06/06/10 (Very useful, 49 readings)
These are yummy - and healthy! They have no hydrogenated hats and are suitable for vegans, they are also wheat free (but obviously not gluten free), and they are the nicest flavour of Nairn's oat biscuits I have tried. The mixed berries are really lovely - they go very well with the oats and give the biscuits a nice, exciting flavour. The biscuits themselves are quite small and thin, but surprisingly filling. They are slightly addictive - I really could eat them all day - but that's not altogether a bad thing. As biscuits go, they are very healthy, so why not eat a lot of them? When I saw palm oil in the list of ingredients I did get slightly ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/02/10 (Very useful, 43 readings)
Nairn's Mixed Berries Oat Biscuits could be just what you are looking for if you want a healthier sweet treat or biscuit. Nairn's make a variety of different oat biscuits and I have been using the fine milled ones for quite some time as an alternative to the sweet things that are available at break times at work. But sometimes you really need something sweet to give you a bit of a boost as a snack. I had been struggling to find something appropriate until I found these biscuits on special offer in a health food shop. I saw the wholegrain oats bit and thought they would help to stop me from feeling hungry for a while. And they do work! These ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/02/10 (Very useful, 79 readings)
One thing I really really do like is a biscuit (or 10) dunked in my tea. Unfortunately, my waistline really really does not like the net result of this. What is a girl to do??! Nairns Oat Biscuits Mixed Berries do offer a bit of a solution to this... ***Nutrition Facts (per biscuit)*** I'm getting the dull bit over with first, just in case you can decide early on if they are healthy enough for you if that's what you like, or too healthy! Energy: 43 cal Protein: 0.7g Carbs: 6.5g Carbs of which sugars: 1.6g Fat:1.6g Fat of which saturates: 0.6g Fibre: 0.7g Salt: 0.03g Sodium: ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/11/08 (Very useful, 79 readings)
Nairn's Mixed Berries Oat Biscuits are a delectable snack that offer a fruity and healthier alternative to most commercial brands of biscuit in the UK. Sold in health food shops (e.g. Holland and Barrett) and supermarkets (e.g. Tesco), they claim to contain no hydrogenated fats and are a lower GI compared to conventional biscuits due to the 55% wholegrain oat content. These biscuits are also vegan, wheat free, lactose free, cholesterol free, egg free and dairy free but are not free from taste! Nairn's seem to be a very ethical company too- their oats are grown by farmers who belong to Scotland's Rural Stewardship Scheme, which avoid the use of insecticides ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/12/09, updated on 21/12/09 (Very useful, 101 readings)
Nairns do a variety of oat cakes and biscuits, the main use of which in my household is a substrate for all manner of unhealthy and tasty spreads and dips, because we don't like a food seeming too healthy. Some of them, like the mixed berry oat biscuits, are much more biscuit-like than others and actually taste sweet enough already and don't need too much in the way of toppings. The box of twenty biscuits cost £1.45 from my local wholefood store. According to the box, they have no artificial colour, flavours, preservatives, hydrogenated fats or GM ingredients. They are suitable for vegans and don't kill baby orang utans in the process (i.e. they use a ... Read the complete review
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