Tesco Value Malt Loaf Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Snacks
Newest Review: ... 34 grams). The loaf comes in a white plastic sealed sleeve with the usual red and blue branding of Tesco Value. The front has ... more
by - written on 26/02/12 (Very useful, 90 readings)
As you may see from a previous review I am a fan of Malt Loaf and usually buy the Soreen variety, however when I was doing my shopping the other day I spotted that Tesco's did one. I had a quick look at the packet and the product looked pretty much the same as my regular brand so I decided to give it a go, after all if it turned out to be horrible I hadn't wasted much money at all. The Tesco Value Malt Loaf comes in a less eye catching packaging compared to the Soreen loaf and it is quite basic. The majority of the plastic packet is plain white, it has the Tesco Value logo in the corner, this is also repeated on both sides of the packet as well. There is a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/07/10 (Very useful, 76 readings)
I love malt loaf, as does my son, and we often have a slice or two with a smear of butter as a healthy snack. Not only does it contain fruit which is great for energy, but it tastes yummy as well. Back in the old days (when I was a kid) you could only really get Soreen, but this is a really great alternative, especially as it costs very little in comparison, around 30p against £1.50-£2. In appearance, it's brown, with a yeasty smell and can be squished easily, something you want to watch out for when you're packing the shopping. Slicing can also squash it slightly but it's quite easy to stretch out again. Once sliced you can ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/05/10 (Very useful, 97 readings)
The Value range is Tesco's basic, cheap range of products. *Product* Here we have the Value Malt Loaf which is fruited. Malt Loaf in general is described as being a sweet tasting a chewy textured snack and is like a heavy yet soft loaf of bread. It is put together mainly with malt and fruit such as raisins. *Packaging* As with all Value products, the packaging is basic and quite boring. It is a standard plastic wrapper which can be recycled. It is mainly white with the familiar blue and red inserted colours. The front has the product name, a nutritional chart and a small image of the malt loaf. The underside of the wrapper has ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/04/10 (Very useful, 144 readings)
I was chatting away with my mum the a couple of weeks ago about my Gran and what a good cook she was and how she would often treat us to some good home made pies and cakes but one thing that she would always go out and buy was a Malt Loaf. Its been a good few years since I last had any Malt Loaf and from memeory the only brand that I could remember was the one that my Gran would always buy and that is the Soreen brand, I can picture is vibrant yellow packaging now and after having this chat with my mum I was tempted to go and buy myself some of the tasty treat so I went along to my local Tesco and started looking... I soon spotted the Soreen Malt ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/11/09 (Very useful, 65 readings)
I think Malt Loaf is a proper weird food, it's like Jaffa Cakes in a way because I never know whether it's a loaf or a cake and can eat it both ways! We normally buy Soreen but last week they only had the double packs of that one in and that would be a waste for us because we don't eat it a lot as a family and even part of just one loaf usually gets chucked away. The problem was my dad had specifically asked for malt loaf so I picked up a Tesco Value one that was only about 20p, I knew he'd be able to tell the difference but because he normally has his toasted I didn't think it would matter that much. It looks a bit paler than Soreen malt loaf but ... Read the complete review
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