Like Kelloggs they must have been taken over by USA food giant who only care about the bottom line.
In UK, so many products are made in the "EU" with cheaper product. UK canneries have closed , bring them back now that we have Brexit we do not have to follow Brussels dictates.
Used to be great now they are horrible
Coles have reduced packaging size & changed the recipe. Once this product had great taste & was produced from Australian products now it is made from imported goods. Percentage of corn used has gone down & sugar has gone up.
Coles........you have made a bad decision here.
Tree Nuts Present ????
At what point were the Coles Cornflakes product changed to state on the packaging that tree nuts may be present ? They were the only 'Corn Flake type' product my daughter could use to make honey joys and other Corn Flake sweet treats as she is anaphylactic to all nut products.
I just bought my last box of Coles Corn Flakes last week, they were nice but now they are terrible. What I find interesting is that the latest reviews for Kelloggs Corn Flakes are terrible also.
These were good, now really BAD!
Package sized changed and the price dropped slightly, I should have guessed that something was up. These were the best cornflakes on the market, just shy of Skippy Cornflakes, but they are hard to find now. With the change they are now dreadful. I'm pretty sure lots of people agree, as these were often sold out prior to the change and now the shelves remain full. Thanks Coles, ruined another product!
It tastes bitter. This is the second time I bought this and the 1st time was fine. Tastes like burnt.
Very tasty - why pay for all the additives in branded products
I love how these Corn Flakes have a really simple list of natural ingredients. And they taste better then all of the branded products and they are under 1/2 the price!
Way better than Kellogg's
These are by far the best cornflakes available. Even my fussy 6 year old eats them. It's the reason I shop at Coles
No nuts, dairy, eggs.
It's a pity that it "may contain traces of gluten", but its only 1 of 2 cereals (the other is Weetbix) that have been suitable for our son to eat, with his allergies to peanuts, tree nuts, dairy, and eggs.
Good value for money, and allergy-friendly for us. Tasty, and keeps well.
Cheap, allergy friendly
Traces of gluten
As a celiac I find it very hard to get a lot of food at a reasonable price and when I see items like this that are G/F but processed with machinery that other products with gluten have been processed on I get so angry. Why cant they do it a bit differently ?
If it was G/F I would try it
Not totally gluten free-why not
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