Weetabix Alpen Light Apple & Sultana Reviews
Product Type: Weetabix Snacks
Description:Brand: Weetabix / Less than 70 calories a bar and still tastes fantastic. High fibre wholegrain wheat flakes and nutritious oats combined with delicious apples and sultanas and finished with a delicate drizzle of yogurt.
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by - written on 10/06/10 (Very useful, 90 readings)
Packaging: The bars are individually wrapped and are packed in a paper carton. The carton is predominantly green and blue in colour with the lower green half showing a picture of the Alpen bar along with some slices of apple, some green grapes and some wheat. The blue half of the box at the top has the Alpen Light logo with a picture of some snowy mountains in the background. There's a yellow "bubble" in the top left hand corner proclaiming that there are fewer than 70 calories per bar. The back of the box contains the ingredients, nutritional information, allergy advice and a few other bits and pieces. The website address is:- ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/06/10 (Very useful, 57 readings)
Ever since I bought Alpen bars during the easter break, they have become firm favourites with both myself and my children. I am now slowly working my way through the variety of favours and this week I picked up Alpen Light Apple & Sultana. These Alpen bars come in quite a slender cardboard package, with a very attractive picture of mountains on the front. There is also a picture of an Alpen bar, sitting unwrapped on a wooden table, surrounded by oats, grapes and slices of apple. This pack is clearly marked as being 'Light', with 'Fewer than 70 calories per bar', prominently displayed on the front. Inside the box, you find 5 bars which are ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/10/09 (Very useful, 64 readings)
I'm not a great fan of cereal bars it has to be said but when I saw these in Farmfoods for just £1 I decided that I'd purchase a box for my daughters who love them. There were 5 individually wrapped bars in the box & it states that each one contains fewer than 70 calories. The box itself seems to promote the 'healthy-eating' aspect of the product with it's emphasis on 'light', the picture of a bar surrounded by fresh grapes & slice apple etc., However, when scrutinising the (very small) print describing the ingredients, alongside the healthy stuff there are also emulsifiers, starches, syrups, dioxides etc. Forgetting all that (!) I was ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/10/08 (Very useful, 211 readings)
As you will know if you read one of my earlier reviews - and if not why not? LOL! - I have recently tried Alpen Light Summer Fruits Bars as a snack to keep me going whilst I am working. I really enjoyed them and so I decided to see if there are any other flavours - the ones they had in Tesco's were chocolate or apple and sultana. I didn't fancy chocolate at all - it just didn't seem to fit in with the whole cereal bar thing to me so I decided to try the apple and sultana. They cost the same as the summer fruits flavour at £1.50 for a box containing six bars. The box is pretty much the same as the summer fruits one and is pale blue with ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/02/09 (Very useful, 339 readings)
Having had some bad experiences with Ryvita cereal bars, I'm back to my trusted Alpen Lights. It seems that Alpen is owned by Weetabix (hence the dooyoo title). Alpen Lights generally come in three flavours - Summer Fruits, Apple and Sultana, and Chocolate and Orange (some have said that there is a 4th, but I've never seen this. The selling point of Alpen Light Cereal Bars is that they have less than 70 calories in them, which is a lot less than your average cereal bars, so great for those attempting to lose weight like myself! Normally in our local Tesco they only sell the Summer Fruits ones which I like, but not as much as the Apple and Sultana ... Read the complete review
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