Ryvita Fruit Crunch Reviews
Product Type: Ryvita Snacks
Description:Brand: Ryvita / Type: Bread
Newest Review: ... the nutritional information. All the packaging can be recycled which I love. The Ryvita Cracker The cracker itself is about ... more
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by - written on 18/10/13 (Very useful, 37 readings)
I am off on holiday in September and need to get my body in shape so I won't look too scary in a bikini. For this reason, I have decided to try and start eating healthily to ensure I have enough time to lose weight by then. While browsing my local Morrison's the other day, I came across these Ryvita's which as far as I know are fairly new to the range. Packaging The packaging for this product is slightly different from all the other packets of Ryvita because it comes in a cardboard box rather than just the paper type wrapping that the standard Ryvita's come in. However, inside the box they still have the paper wrapping which is useful for keeping the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/07/09 (Very useful, 113 readings)
I don't know why I bother buying Ryvita, after all these years I should know better really. I don't like them at all, yet every time the brand brings out a new product I convince myself to buy them as surely they must be better than previous versions. I'm sure many of you will agree that they never are, Ryvita to a lot of people (including me) are simply the most awful food in the world. The latest one to catch my eye in Sainsbury's was the Ryvita Fruit Crunch, a different take on the humble Ryvita which has been designed to be dunked into a cup of tea like a biscuit. The packet also advised that these can be eaten without spread and this also swayed my ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/07/09, updated on 06/07/09 (Very useful, 104 readings)
Lately I am on a new fitness regime. I am eating totally healthily and going to the gym and am all round more active than I've ever been. However cos I work my body out so hard I'm constantly hungry and burning up to 800 calories a day in the gym (I am there hours after-all lol) means I'm constantly grazing. The one thing I've kicked out of my diet is sweet stuff. I love chocolate and cakes and things but I'm missing the stuff badly at the moment. Now of course I could indulge a little bit but the whole reason for this new active me is cos I've been bulimic and so that stuff to me is my trigger and a no-no! However I saw these the other day in my ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/05/09 (Very useful, 61 readings)
Ryvita Fruit Crunch - this product was formerly Museli Crunch. This product is a wholegrain rye and wheat crispbread with currentsm seeds and oats and is by far the best tasting ryvita crispbread, with a sweet taste. It is promoted as a dunkable product in your tea, I have tried this and didn't enjoy it - eating them on their own or with a soft cheese gives a great result. And is great as an inbetween meals snack, using the Tescos totals website this product equates to about 0.7 points per crispbread - ideal. This product is suitable for vegetarians, but does contain rye, wheat and oats and may contain sesame seeds and soya. Each slice is 15.5g ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/02/11 (Very useful, 80 readings)
Ryvita has a reputation for being a bit cardboard-like and tasteless. Granted, that is a fairly accurate description of Original Ryvita, but their newer ranges are much better. They now have much nicer types, such as Sweet Onion, Cracked Black Pepper, and for those who want something a little sweeter, there is Ryvita Fruit Crunch. I went to Weightwatchers for 2 years and these Fruit Ryvita were a godsend. The main thing I missed was having a biscuit with my coffee, and these are a good substitute. They come in a purple cardboard box with the Ryvita logo and red currants down the side. They look like your average run of the mill ... Read the complete review
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