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#1
I will have to grab 5 or 6 boxes later today as i buy them anyway.
#2
What a bargain!
#3
Top price, top cereal. I remember how disappointed an all-bran eating mate was when he saw that you could get almost as much fibre in a bowl of these without the feeling of eating wood shavings.
#4
Great deal. I'll be stocking up later if the've got them in:thumbsup:
#5
sibeer
... Top price, top cereal. ... .


with one of the highest salt content of any fibre cereal product in the UK marketplace - enjoy !

.... Kellogg, the global breakfast cereal company, has been selling some of its most famous brands in Britain with higher salt and sugar levels than in its native US.

Health campaigners have discovered that leading "health" cereals such as All-Bran and Special K have levels up to three times higher than in America.

On British shelves, the Kellogg's high-fibre All-Bran contains 133 per cent more salt than in the US while the spin-off All-Bran Yoghurt has 117 per cent more sugar. Britons breakfasting on Special K - promoted as the healthy way to start the day - are munching 31 per cent more sugar.

The figures, from the company's own nutrition information, come amid rising concern about the obesity epidemic that has left two thirds of British adults overweight. Britons consume about 6.5g of salt a day compared with the Food Standards Agency's target of 6g.

A spokeswoman for Kellogg, which has annual sales of $1bn (£0.5bn), confirmed the disparities between its UK and domestic market. She said: "The reason is mainly because of taste differences across the world ....
#6
waitrose are supposed to have healthy alternatives
#7
grumpyone
with one of the highest salt content of any fibre cereal product in the UK marketplace - enjoy !

.... Kellogg, the global breakfast cereal company, has been selling some of its most famous brands in Britain with higher salt and sugar levels than in its native US.

Health campaigners have discovered that leading "health" cereals such as All-Bran and Special K have levels up to three times higher than in America.

On British shelves, the Kellogg's high-fibre All-Bran contains 133 per cent more salt than in the US while the spin-off All-Bran Yoghurt has 117 per cent more sugar. Britons breakfasting on Special K - promoted as the healthy way to start the day - are munching 31 per cent more sugar.

The figures, from the company's own nutrition information, come amid rising concern about the obesity epidemic that has left two thirds of British adults overweight. Britons consume about 6.5g of salt a day compared with the Food Standards Agency's target of 6g.

A spokeswoman for Kellogg, which has annual sales of $1bn (£0.5bn), confirmed the disparities between its UK and domestic market. She said: "The reason is mainly because of taste differences across the world ....


Still better than a fry though ain't they? End of the day life is about a balanced diet, these cereals aren't the best thing in the world, but they are convenient, taste good and cheap. If this is how wound up Bran Flakes get you then I would advise you to carefully avoid all restaurants, cafes, pubs and non-vegan dinner parties :thumbsup:
#8
sibeer
... they are convenient, taste good and cheap ...


Spoken like a true Brit obedient consumer - no wonder we have the highest obesity rates in Europe !

United Kingdom: 23%
Germany: 12.9%
Sweden: 9.7%
France: 9.4%
Italy: 8.5%

The UK supermarkets and food industry just love folks like you !
#9
grumpyone
Spoken like a true Brit obedient consumer - no wonder we have the highest obesity rates in Europe !

United Kingdom: 23%
Germany: 12.9%
Sweden: 9.7%
France: 9.4%
Italy: 8.5%

The UK supermarkets and food industry just love folks like you !


Down with the system :whistling:
#10
Been waiting on a offer on Bran Flakes....cupboard is getting bare
#11
Just got 5 Boxes, Great find thanks!!
#12
grumpyone
Spoken like a true Brit obedient consumer - no wonder we have the highest obesity rates in Europe !

United Kingdom: 23%
Germany: 12.9%
Sweden: 9.7%
France: 9.4%
Italy: 8.5%

The UK supermarkets and food industry just love folks like you !


You might want to include the US in those figures. :whistling:
#13
sotomonkey
You might want to include the US in those figures. :whistling:

USA is not in europe yet!!!!!

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