Good morning, indeed. The real cranberries, sultanas and crispy light flakes in this cereal give you three delicious reasons to get out of bed.
Start your day with a bowl full of superfoods – antioxidant-rich buckwheat and sorghum – and the food karma gods will surely smile upon you.
How do you improve a classic like the corn flake? With a high-fibre recipe that’s low in salt and free from wheat and gluten.
High in fibre and gluten free. These aren’t your regular supermarket puffs.
It’s what these little beauties haven’t got in them that make them so light and delightful to eat. With a source of fibre, they make a cracking start to the day.
Rolled oats, berries and vanilla clustered together to make a sweet and scrumptious cereal, yoghurt topper, or whatever delicious thing you dream up.
It’s a match made in food heaven: rolled oats, real apple pieces and a sprinkling of cinnamon. You’ll love these clusters any which way you eat them.
A delicious blend of rolled oats, real apple and blueberry juice. You’ll want it all the time, so luckily, there are a million ways to eat it.
Everything you love about muesli – from the seeds to the fruit to the crunch – without any gluten or nuts
A superfood mix of ancient grains; sorghum, quinoa and millet.
Goodness to go for the whole family- whole grain rolled oats with choc chips
A good source of fibre, low in salt and sugar and a source of protein, these oats will keep you going, and going, and going…