Best Nestle Breakfast Cereals / Mueslis

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Nestle Milo
1.9 from 77 reviews

Latest review: Just bought Milo as I've run out. There was something not right, I didn't read the label, my fault. The label reads "Plant Based" not good. Maybe change the label so its more

Nestle Milo Duo
4.0 from 2 reviews

Latest review: Duo tasts better than the 'plain' product and is healther but its very hard to get as nearly all the supermarkets have stopped stocking it. Someone said that it might be phased out, thats strange as

Nestle Nesquik
3.0 from 3 reviews

Latest review: Horrible. the worst thing I have ever eaten. it made me so mad I had to write a review. I know that European milk and American milk are different and a chemical that tastes like vomit is added to

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