Ryvita Multi-Grain Reviews
Product Type: Ryvita Snacks
Description:Brand: Ryvita / A crispbread made from wholegrain rye.
Newest Review: ... £1.29 at Tesco. ===My Opinion=== Most people know the original Ryvita crispbreads which have been around for over seventy years. However I am only now becoming acquainted with their new ranges of flavours which have added ingredients. I began by sampling the Sesame Seed version and then worked my way to the Multigrain version. Unlike normal Ryvita it is slightly darker and more ... more
by - written on 13/04/13 (Very useful, 59 readings)
(Some details regarding packaging etc are similar to my other Ryvita reviews but I have also included about 200 words of original opinion as well) ===The Company=== Ryvita has been made since the 1930s but now they have branched out and are adding other ingredients to their traditional crispbreads. ===The Product=== Packaging very similar to the original Ryvita. Comes in a waxed sort of plastic wrapper in an olive green colour. One slice = 41 calories and 2 grams of fibre. Long shelf life. By Appointment to Queen Elizabeth II and the Princes Fund. 250 grams (approximately 25 slices). ... Read the complete review
by daisylee3 - written on 27/06/12
Ryvita is something that I buy regulary as it's such a quick, versatile and reasonably healthy snack. It's also pretty filling so it's handy when I'm in a rush and need to grab something quick and simple to eat as it's a lower calorie and healthier option to say a piece of toast or a packet of crisps! It's also a great thing to have when I'm not hungry and can't face cooking as I will happily tuck into a few of these with a nice salad. I've found that ryvita comes in handy mainly during the evening when I'm watching telly or relaxing with my boyfriend and get the urge to munch on something - this is versatile enough to never get boring and I have a number of favourite ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/02/11 (Very useful, 64 readings)
Please note that this is now in different packaging to that shown - it is now green. Ryvita now have a number of different varieties rather than the traditional (some might say bland) variety not just as crispbreads but as other varieties of savoury snacks. This variety retails at around £1.15 for 250g, however you do see it on offer from time to time. Ryvita tends to market itself as a good product for those watching their weight. The calorie count of this product is 37 per slice with 0.6g fat, it also says that it is high in fibre and is a source of iron. The product comes in packaging which firstly appears to be paper but ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/11/10 (Very useful, 274 readings)
Now that I'm well stricken in years, I seem to be on a constant diet and exercise regime in an effort to stop my waistline expanding as rapidly as the years seem to be clocking up. This inevitably seems to require a drastic reduction in the intake of carbohydrates, including bread, but spooning down cottage cheese without something a little bit tasty to go with it, is practically impossible, so I recently set out for Sainsburys on a quest to find a tasty and lower calorie alternative. I returned some time later clutching a packet of Ryvita. I hadn't eaten Ryvita for donkeys years and my memory of them was that they were little more than tasteless dimpled ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/11/09 (Very useful, 301 readings)
Ryvita is a rye based cracker perfect for people wanting a low calorie lunch or snack and can be used as a board for a lot of ingredients. Ryvita was until very recently a British company making the crackers since 1930, they are made of rye and virtually nothing else, they are associated with people wanting to lose weight as they have only 32 calories per cracker. Why do I like them? I've been on the slimming world diet for about 4 years, and on that diet 3 ryvita cracker make up a healthy B. You are allowed 2 healthy B's per day as a means of adding roughage to your diet. I since the start of the diet used one of the B's as ryvita's for ... Read the complete review
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