Tesco Light Choices Maple Cereal Bars Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Snacks
Description:Brand: Tesco / Type: Cereal Bar
Newest Review: ... and I can't tell if it's suitable for vegans thanks to the non-specific "Natural flavouring" - could be honey or ... more
by - written on 04/02/10, updated on 03/06/11 (Very useful, 110 readings)
Tesco Light choices maple cereal bars are a sugary breakfast cereal bar that costs £1.53 for a box of six bars and are described as "Rice and wheat cereal bars with maple syrup". I picked these up because I wanted a cereal bar and these were one of very few of the extremely large selection of cereal bars that didn't have dairy in it. I've not really got any idea why so many of them have dairy in other because than it is cheap - it's generally pretty low down on the list of ingredients, so it's not like they are trying to reproduce the "Morning bowl of cereal and milk" taste. So, I've given the product a plus one on the rating for the lack ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/06/09 (Very useful, 140 readings)
I shall be working on the RNLI stall on Llandudno seafront on Sunday selling lifeboat souvenirs and as the stall is open from 8am until 6pm I needed some food and drink to take with me that wouldn't ruin my diet which is still going well if a little slowly. When I was in Tesco's last week I looked at the cereal bars to choose a couple of packets of the ones which were relatively low in calories and sugar. I chose three different boxes so that I could take a mixture of flavours and they would last two or three weeks. The ones that I chose were Alpen Light which I had tried before and knew that I liked, Tesco Special Flake Bars with Peach and Apricot ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/06/09 (Very useful, 62 readings)
I'd previously tried these a couple of years ago when the Tesco Light Choices range was known as the Healthy Living range. I didn't think much of them back then, finding them to be dry and flavourless, but being a lover of maple syrup I thought I'd give them another go. They are located in the cereals aisle and have been repackaged into a much classier looking white box with a simple photo showing a plate of the unwrapped bars. The writing on the box describes them as 'rice and wheat cereal bars with maple syrup' and a quick look at the ingredient list does indeed confirm 40% rice, 13% wheat and 2% maple syrup - so far so good. A box costs £1.36 (at the ... Read the complete review
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