Wallaby Bar Yogurt Fruit And Nut Reviews
Product Type: Wallaby Snacks
Newest Review: ... get them cheaper. Packaging The bar is 40g (and yes I think £0.85 is expensive for that quantity) and states on the front ... more
by - written on 07/04/09 (Very useful, 266 readings)
Whilst searching for an item on here to review today (a flax cereal bar which I have suggested to dooyoo to add) I came across this little item, which is one of my favourite cereal bars. I see Machair has already written a great review but I thought I would see what I could offer! Introduction I first came across these bars in the health food store Holland & Barrett a few months ago. At the time, there were two Wallaby bars on offer and the only difference I could see was that one was covered in yoghurt and one was not. I decided to go for the one covered in yoghurt. This bar cost £0.85 and when I went in to the same shop today it was still at the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/12/08 (Very useful, 164 readings)
For this review I am going to transport you to sunny Australia to talk about Wallabies- not cute little creatures often seen in zoos but delicious and tasty snack bars full of healthy things! I am always on the lookout for healthy and interesting snacks, and was delighted recently to find a bar in my local Holland and Barratt which was instantly attractive. Called a Wallaby it sounded intriguing and inside the partially clear wrapper I could see a yogurt coated bar. Produced in Australia these are a yogurt and fruit and nut snack of the highest quality. The bars have been in production since 1993 and the company actually started not with ... Read the complete review
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