Ryvita Sesame Seed Crispbread Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Snacks
Description:Brand: Ryvita / Type: Snacks
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by - written on 03/04/13 (Very useful, 57 readings)
===The Company=== According to Wikipedia 'until 2009 was manufactured by The Ryvita Company. The company was founded in Birmingham in 1930. ===The Product=== Packaging very similar to the original Ryvita. Comes in a waxed sort of plastic wrapper in a mustard yellow colour. Ryvita Sesame Crispbread. One slice = 37 calories and 1.8 grams of fibre. Long shelf life. By Appointment to Queen Elizabeth II and the Princes Fund. 250 grams (approximately 25 slices). Wholegrain rye crispbread - suitable for Vegetarians. Contains no artificial colours or preservatives. Low in fat and high in ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/06/11 (Very useful, 42 readings)
I started buying Ryvita about 2 years ago, I had tried them previously but only on the odd occasion. I like eating crackers and cheese and thought this may be a healthy alternative for lunch during the week. A 250g packet of Ryvita sesame costs £1.19 from my local Waitrose. Each cracker contains only 34 calories but also has plenty of fibre - 8% RDA to be exact. The product claims to be healthy with ingredients of wholegrain rye flour, sesame seeds and salt. I think it is good value for money as the packet usually lasts me all week - being 5 working days. I generally have a low fat cream cheese to spread on the crackers but sometimes I do treat ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/06/10 (Very useful, 61 readings)
When I started the Slimfast diet I researched exactly what kind of snacks I could have whilst I was on the diet. I didnt want to keep buying the Silmfast brand snacks so I wrote a long list of all the things I was allowed to have and Ryvita was one of the things that I could actually eat. I think you were allowed any of the Ryvita range but me and my mom decided to buy the Sesame Seed flavour as that seemed to look the nicest - to me anyway. I have to admit I have never been a fan of any Ryvita flavour Ive tried they just tend to taste dry and crunchy to me but as Id never tried this flavour before I decided to give it a go. And Im thankful I did because this product ... Read the complete review
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