Is there a grain of truth to the health and nutrition claims made on cereal boxes?
When it comes to starting your day right and regular, you need a good source of fibre and carbohydrates, without the high dose of salt and sugar. If you're after a breakfast cereal or muesli that's more of a nutritional kickstart to the day than a sugary treat, the crunch comes in the supermarket aisle. Our articles and advice help you make the right decision in the store, so that what ends up in your bowl actually matches the description on the box.
Freedom Foods Corn Flakes
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Goldenvale (Aldi) Corn Flakes
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Our food and drink experts are meticulous when it comes to analysing the contents of a cereal box – so much so that their breakfast always goes soggy before they manage to eat it. But they're dedicated to counting Cornflakes and critiquing Coco Pops because they know that you don’t want any sugary surprises or cereal offenders when you start your day.
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