Saturday, May 23, 2009
Made with wholegrain organic cereals, meaning high fibre, Jordans Organic Muesli has no added sugar or salt.
In its ingredients one can find wheat flakes, hazelnuts, vine fruit and coconut.
Although I'm not a fan of breakfast cereals, I eat them once in a while, namely because it's healthy.
These get my approval for their natural taste and pleasant texture.
According to the brand, these are suitable for vegetarians.
I believe that the images are of the same product, depending upon the country.
Posted by Jose Carrilho at 3:16 PM
Monday, May 18, 2009
This last Saturday I went to the supermarket and saw these packs of McVitie's Fruit & Form.
Usually I don't buy these kind of products, namely because I don't need to diet.
Nonetheless I like to eat healthy food and so I've decided to give them a try.
Since I'm thin, calories and sugar are not a problem, so what I really appreciate is flavour.
This recent line from United Biscuits may even be good in terms of nutritive quality, but the taste ( I tried the Forest Fruits ) was somewhat disappointing, since I found it weak in terms of intensity.
The crunchy characteristic of the cereal bars ( or cereal biscuits, if you prefer) is a pleasant one though.
Posted by Jose Carrilho at 2:38 PM
Wednesday, May 6, 2009
I picked the box from the shelf, observed the cookies, read the ingredients and the info about the company.
I liked what I read and bought a flavour which I can't remember now.
After eating a couple of Anna's Thins, I've come to the conclusion that it was somewhat difficult to stop and that I would have to try the other flavours.
The cookies have a natural flavour and are very pleasant to byte.
Gingerbread is quite probably my favourite, but there are others such as lemon, orange and cappuccino.
Anna's was founded in Stockolm ( Sweden) by the sisters Emma and Anna Karlsson in 1929.
Posted by Jose Carrilho at 12:55 PM