Sainsbury's 'So Organic' Croissants Reviews
Product Type: Sainsbury's Snacks
Description:Type: Breads/Cakes / Food quality: Organic food / Light buttery taste!
Newest Review: ... simple, unfussy packaging and the special offer price of course! I always check the ingredients in an effort to avoid ... more
by - written on 01/05/08 (Useful, 68 readings)
I love these croissants!! I have tried all Sainsbury's croissants and these are by far the best. They are currently on offer at 88p for 4, which I think is real value for money. I was drawn to the simple, unfussy packaging and the special offer price of course! I always check the ingredients in an effort to avoid additives and food containing too much salt, sugar etc. I was pleased to see a short list of wholesome ingredients including wheat flour, butter, whole pasteurised egg, sugar, yeast salt, whole milk powder and ascorbic acid. Please note however, that nutritional values stated are given per 44g and 100g of product. I can only assume that 44g grams is equivalent . Read the complete review
by - written on 04/02/08 (Very useful, 94 readings)
I read a review on here the other day about someone eating Croissants and so when I went to Sainsbury's and saw these I had to have them as I love a Croissant covered in butter and jam! What Are They?... Sainsburys SO Organic Croissants. (Yes they are organic!) The Packaging.... Clear plastic unrecyable packaging with a dark green section on the front letting me know who they are by and what they are, best before date and an at a glance nutritional value section. Through the packaging I have 4 rather large croissants sitting in a moulded plastic tray. On the back tells me a more in depth run down on the nutritional ... Read the complete review
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