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disappearance of own brand high bran cereals

bob27
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disappearance of own brand high bran cereals

does anyone know why most own brand high fibre cereals have disappeared from the shelves of supermarkets?
Somerfields, Morrisons as examples.
bob27
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pierre_pierre
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Re: disappearance of own brand high bran cereals

Tesco seems to have brought some back, Sainsbury is in a change,  But you can  have as mush added salt and sugar in all store Angry Sad
geewizz
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Re: disappearance of own brand high bran cereals

Quote from: pierre_pierre
you can  have as mush added salt and sugar in all store

I believe that's called ReadyBrek.
pierre_pierre
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Re: disappearance of own brand high bran cereals

Not True
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Ready brek Original contains the following ingredients listed in order of amount used.
Wholegrain Rolled Oats (60%), Wholegrain Oat Flour, Calcium, Niacin, Iron, Pantothenic Acid (B5), Vitamin B6, Riboflavin (B2), Thiamin (B1), Folic Acid, Vitamin B12.

Also Quacker Oats so simple instant porridge has the following. 
Rolled Oats
Lecithin (soya) to stop it boiling over in a microwave
Both have virtually no salt and very little natural sugars
geewizz
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Re: disappearance of own brand high bran cereals


That information is mush appreciated, thanks.
johpal
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Re: disappearance of own brand high bran cereals

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Also Quacker Oats so simple instant porridge has the following. 
Rolled Oats
Lecithin (soya) to stop it boiling over in a microwave

No duck then?  Cheesy
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Re: disappearance of own brand high bran cereals

No! But it makes a Quacking good breakfast !  Roll eyes  Grin Grin Grin
geewizz
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Re: disappearance of own brand high bran cereals

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No duck then?  Cheesy

Grin I missed that one.
jmd
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Re: disappearance of own brand high bran cereals

Quote from: geewizz
Grin I missed that one.


Did you duck then?  Cheesy
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Re: disappearance of own brand high bran cereals

Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin
geewizz
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Re: disappearance of own brand high bran cereals

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Did you duck then?   Cheesy

Yes.
That was the joke.
Maybe it needed expanding.
geewizz
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Re: disappearance of own brand high bran cereals

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Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin

... it appears it did.
pierre_pierre
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Re: disappearance of own brand high bran cereals

Dont make fun of other people religions, it is spelt correctly a duck quacks and do you know what I was looking at a packet when I wrote that Quaker  Now I am shaking in my boots
bob27
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Re: disappearance of own brand high bran cereals

I thought my question was sensible Huh Roll eyes
Does no one care that food supposed to be good for you is being withdrawn from saleHuh Roll eyes
James
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Re: disappearance of own brand high bran cereals

Think Peter's had his feather rustled a bit.