Tesco Wheat Biscuits Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Snacks
Newest Review: ... Once milk has been poured over them I don't think they break down as smoothly as wheatabix they are slightly courser in ... more
by - written on 11/06/12 (Very useful, 189 readings)
Breakfast cereal is something I always have in the cupboard as both Mark and myself eat breakfast everyday and most days its a bowl of cereal with either hot or cold milk. I have recently been trying Tesco own brand cereal and have been really pleased with it, I'm currently using their Wheat Biscuits, their own version of Wheatabix. My local Tesco has them in packs of 24 or 48, I usually opt for 48 as it works out fractionally cheaper. The Wheat Biscuits are sold in a yellow and orange box with the Tesco logo and Wheat Biscuits on the front. The box also informs the customer that these are made from whole grain, have low fat, are a good source of fibre and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/05/10, updated on 30/10/10 (Very useful, 69 readings)
As I'm always starving hungry in the mornings and eating breakfast starts me up for the day, it's important that I have something filling and nutritious. I've been buying Tesco Wheat Biscuits for approximately 4 years and neither my husband nor myself can tell the difference between these and the leading brand in this type cereal. The wheat biscuits are available in packs of 24 and 48 and the box is extremely similar to that of the leading brand name. The advertising looks extremely welcoming as the majority of the front of the box is taken over by a serving suggestion of an image of a dish of two wheat biscuits with strawberries, blueberries and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/04/10 (Very useful, 114 readings)
I usually start my morning with either a bowl of porridge or 2 weetabix. I choose these because they both contain less sugar than other cereals and I think that makes them better for me and my family. I have, until recently, always bought Weetabix and I guess this is because I have been persuaded by the expensive advertising campaigns that Weetabix equals the best as far as wheat breakfast biscuits are concerned! However I recently decided to try Tesco's own version. Not all cheaper alternatives from supermarkets are good value. Many cheaper brands contain more sugar, salt or cheap fillers so are not as good for your health as the more expensive brands. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/04/10 (Very useful, 81 readings)
Breakfast is the main meal of the day, and I for many years never ate any breakfast as I just did not feel hungry in the mornings until lunch time, but then a few years ago as I was getting much older my eating habits began to change and for some reason I felt I really needed to eat a breakfast and I feel a lot better for doing so. I buy all the usual brands of cereals and I have noticed they have risen in price such a lot over the last year and so I started to try different ones to see if I liked them. I bought this one from Tesco and it is one of their lower ranged products but not the Value range, it is a middle ranged one. It comes ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/11/09 (Very useful, 129 readings)
This is Tesco's own branded alternative to Weetabix, costing considerably less. Once again Tesco have come up with a product that rivals the leading premium brand in everyway. When you find this on the supermarket shelf you could almost be fooled into thinking it was a box of Weetabix. The box is the same distinctive yellow colour and there is a large picture of the actual product - two of the wheat biscuits in a bowl of milk and brightened up with some rather scrummy looking fruit. Visually the look exactly the same as Weetabix would. I had alway resisted these until recently. While I am more than willing to drop down a brand on most products I am ... Read the complete review
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