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Nestle Curiously Cinnamon Cereal 375g was £2.47 now £1.00 @ Morrisons
Nestle Curiously Cinnamon Cereal 375g was £2.47 now £1.00 @ Morrisons

Nestle Curiously Cinnamon Cereal 375g was £2.47 now £1.00 @ Morrisons

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Nestle Curiously Cinnamon Cereal 375g was £2.47 now £1.00

Offer price £1 until 20/11/2016.

19 Comments

they never seem to reduce the strawberry flavoured ones of these .. i'd eat those until the cows came home

Banned

sugar content is scary

jasmineinlondon

sugar content is scary



​Go and phone the sugar police then...zzzzz

jasmineinlondon

sugar content is scary



​So? Do you think people eat a whole box in one sitting?

Gollywood

​So? Do you think people eat a whole box in one sitting?



I do

Gollywood

​So? Do you think people eat a whole box in one sitting?



or at least over the weekend

jasmineinlondon

sugar content is scary



As far as breakfast cereal goes, they are nowhere near as bad as the most popular brands - discounting what I would term as non sugary cereals like corn flakes, rice crispies and healthy wheat bases cereals like wheetabix.

They have 10+ grams less sugar per 100g than:
Kellogg's Crunchy Nut
Kellogg's Ricicles
Kellogg's Frosties
Kellogg's Coco Pops

The have the same sugar content as Honey Cheerios.

Banned

Gollywood

​So? Do you think people eat a whole box in one sitting?


some do

jasmineinlondon

sugar content is scary[/quo​So? Do you think people eat a whole box in o … sugar content is scary[/quo​So? Do you think people eat a whole box in one sitting?


Nope but there are many people who let there kids eat massive bowls of the stuff which should be a treat based on its nutrition content, then let them eat crisps and chocolate because the though they got a good breakfast, then feed them chips and nuggets, then wonder why they have the attention span of Dory, waste line of me and get type 2 diabetes before they are 40.
Edited by: "McHotpoon" 21st Oct 2016

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balmuir

​Go and phone the sugar police then...zzzzz


they're on the way with the diabetes unit

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McHotpoon

Nope but there are many people who let there kids eat massive bowls of … Nope but there are many people who let there kids eat massive bowls of the stuff which should be a treat based on its nutrition content, then let them eat crisps and chocolate because the though they got a good breakfast, then feed them chips and nuggets, then wonder why they have the attention span of Dory, waste line of me and get type 2 diabetes before they are 40.


that's right

Heat - rarely on offer. Britain's only cinnamon cereal when the US has about 20+ varieties!!!!!
Edited by: "boyaloud" 21st Oct 2016

Not as nice as Cinnamon Grahams

Heated, my favourite cereal but only for a treat now and then.

thank you!, love these. offer not labelled on the shelf in Aldershot, but worked great at the till.

jasmineinlondon

they're on the way with the diabetes unit



​Obviously you don't eat much sugar going by your profile pic!

Thanks for that. Will go tomorrow. My favourites x

retrogeezer

Not as nice as Cinnamon Grahams ;)Heated, my favourite cereal but only … Not as nice as Cinnamon Grahams ;)Heated, my favourite cereal but only for a treat now and then.


not as nice as Cinnamon Toast Crunch :-)

robinp

As far as breakfast cereal goes, they are nowhere near as bad as the most … As far as breakfast cereal goes, they are nowhere near as bad as the most popular brands - discounting what I would term as non sugary cereals like corn flakes, rice crispies and healthy wheat bases cereals like wheetabix.They have 10+ grams less sugar per 100g than:Kellogg's Crunchy Nut Kellogg's RiciclesKellogg's FrostiesKellogg's Coco Pops The have the same sugar content as Honey Cheerios.



​Fair point, but most portion sizes are usually between 25g - 45g, so it isn't exactly representative of what people are actually eating.

robinp

As far as breakfast cereal goes, they are nowhere near as bad as the most … As far as breakfast cereal goes, they are nowhere near as bad as the most popular brands - discounting what I would term as non sugary cereals like corn flakes, rice crispies and healthy wheat bases cereals like wheetabix.They have 10+ grams less sugar per 100g than:Kellogg's Crunchy Nut Kellogg's RiciclesKellogg's FrostiesKellogg's Coco Pops The have the same sugar content as Honey Cheerios.



I have been trying for months to buy Honey Nut Cornflakes. The Mrs takes a look at the back and that's whatI have to do.....put em back..."Too much Sugar" tssssk!
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