... This is how I came to try the new cereal from Quaker - "Oat Crunch". Well, when I say new, debate is raging as to whether Quaker have just repackaged and so rebranded one of their old cereals known apparently as "Oat Pockets", but as I did not ever try those and certainly cannot find them ... Read review
Contains wholegrain. Good source of fibre. No artificial colours Irresistibly crunchy ... more
clusters of oats and cereals with coconut, banana, papaya, pineapple, raisins and apple. Wake up to... Harvest Crunch, an irresistible combination of real tropical fruit and crunchy clusters of golden roasted Quaker Oats and wholegrains with honey. Just add ice cold milk for a deliciously tasty start to your day. Quaker has been milling oats since 1899. All our oats are milled at Cupar, Scotland. We are proud to say that the electricity used is from renewable energy sources. Oats are a delicious source of wholegrain... and we at Quaker are passionate about getting them absolutely perfect If you've loved the fruity flavours of this Harvest Crunch why not also try: Harvest Crunch Oat Clusters with Strawberries and Yogurt flavour pieces Harvest Crunch Oat Clusters with Apples and Raisins Harvest Crunch Oat Clusters with Fruity Raisins Allergy Information Allergy Other Text: May contain traces of nuts and barley May Contain: Barley, Nuts Other Information Additives: Free From Artificial Colours Recycling Info: Recyclable Pack
Goes soggy and loses taste when left in milk for too long
"...try the new cereal from Quaker - "Oat Crunch". Well, when I say new, debate is raging as to whether Quaker have just repackaged and so rebranded one of their old cereals known apparently as "Oat Pockets", but as I did not ever try those and certainly cannot find them on the shelves now, I will take this product alone on its own merits rather than trying to compare it with something similar.
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