Organix Goodies Organic Animal Biscuits Reviews
Product Type: Organix Snacks
Description:Brand: Organix / Food quality: Organic food / Fun animal shaped biscuits.
Newest Review: ... a mother of a child who goes zippy at the mearest sniff of sugar, these are fabulous! They're biscuits which come in the ... more
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Organix Goodies From 12 Months Organic Animal Biscuits 100 g (Pac ...
No junk promise No artificial colours or flavours No hydrogenated ...
Last Update 19.12.2013 17:13
by - written on 27/02/10 (Useful, 18 readings)
These Animal Biscuits are a staple in my kitchen cupboard! They contain no sugar or artificial sweeteners - they're sweetened with grape juice and are now made with wholemeal flour. As a mother of a child who goes zippy at the mearest sniff of sugar, these are fabulous! They're biscuits which come in the shape of a number of animals... elephants, dogs, butterflies, sheep, bunnies, cats and a squirrel. They are quite small (the pack suggests a portion is 4 biscuits), so you can look like the fabulously generous parent when you say, hey, have two or three biscuits! These are great to give them with their milk at bedtime as you're safe in the knowledge that ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/10/09 (Very useful, 49 readings)
Organix have become very popular over the last few years since it was started by Lizzie Vann in 1992, making baby food that parents can give to thier babies and young children without feeling bad, as there is no junk in them, and as the name suggests, all the ingredients are organic. They offer a wide range now, from crisps and hand held snacks to fruit purees and cereals. I recently bought a box of these animal biscuits from my local Tesco. They cost £1.58 for a 150g box, which is quite alot compared to some of the other baby biscuits, but the box is larger. The box, which is bright blue and decorated with cute looking children tells me that they have won a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/03/08 (Very useful, 73 readings)
Goodies Animal biscuits are made by Organix who are a company that specialises in making totally organic foods which have no junk added. THE PACKAGING The biscuits come in a box which is a blue colour and has a picture of a young girl and boy standing holding three of the biscuits. The top of the box has a green banner with the Organix name in it and the title is in white lettering. Around the sides and the back of the box there is all the product information, the ingredients, nutritional information and a statement from Organix about their products. The biscuits inside the box are inside a white plastic ... Read the complete review
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