Ryvita Goodness Bar Cranberry & Apple Reviews
Product Type: Ryvita Snacks
Newest Review: ... the top of the bar wrapper off you will be met with a strong smell of apple and will see a bar about 4 inches long and an ... more
by - written on 22/10/09 (Very useful, 44 readings)
Due to my circumstances in the last two weeks I haven't really had much of an appetite, knowing that I must eat something I tried one of these Ryvita Goodness Bars in Cranberry and Apple. These come in a box of 6 weighing 23g's each. Each one is individually wrapped in a white wrapper with pictures of the fruit in this case being cranberries and apples on the front with the information that it contains only 3% fat/61 calories per bar.The best before date is 26.01.10. When tearing the top of the bar wrapper off you will be met with a strong smell of apple and will see a bar about 4 inches long and an inch wide it is compressed together with an ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/01/09 (Very useful, 256 readings)
Having eaten and reviewed the barely edible Ryvita Goodness Strawberry cereal bars I decided that enough was enough and threw out the remaining bars - if you've read my review you'll know they were 3 weeks out of date anyway which probably didn't help the taste! Anyway, I still had a whole box of 6 Cranberry and Apple flavoured Goodness Bars which I bought at the same time as the nasty strawberry ones - 6 for the very low price of 61p in 'Home Bargains'. With only 61 calories per bar (one less than the strawberry flavour) I was attracted to them as a low calorie breakfast for when I got to work. Thankfully unlike the Strawberry ones these ones have ... Read the complete review
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