Fantastic - a store bought cereal that isn't coated in sugar - full of fruity pieces.
Nearly ready to give up on store bought cereals, but gave this a try and it passed the important test - by the end of the bowl, the milk still tasted like plain milk, not flavoured milk!! Really doesn't have sugar all over it!! Only quibble is the "yoghurt" coated sultanas and I can live with those.
Fruit filled with good sized pieces you can taste, raw grains, not toasted in oil, generous fruit to grain balance.
The "yoghurt" on the yoghurt coated sultanas is sweet and fatty but it's the only problem.
When done well muesli is the king of breakfast cereals. But so often, it does go wrong. Sanitarium Fruit and Five Grains gives it a red hot go, but is ultimately disappointing and a grumpy way to start the morning.
Sunflower seeds are a welcome addition to any muesli, making the bowl seem a little bit more fancy.
Few mueslies manage to overcome the challenge of including fruit without glazing them to death. Sanitarium Muesli Fruit and Five Grains gives it a shot, but still falls short. Also the decision to include weeties style flakes was a bad one, since Weeties are, lets face it, probably the most boring of all breakfast cereals.
I have just tried this muesli for the first time and i am very pleased and will definitly buy it again, It is very sweet and fruity and although it doesnt have huge chunks of fruit is has alot of flavour.
this is a very flavoursome muesli which i have just tried for the first time. it has alot of fruity flavour and i also like to support santarium instead of larger companies. It is very high in fibre and keeps me feeling full from 7am til 12pm for lunch.
i wish the plastic bag was resealable inside the box.
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