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simply fruity muesli

We believe that life really is too short to settle for second best and that simple, honest pleasures are often the most rewarding. To make this deliciously fruity breakfast cereal, we take the finest multi-grain cereals – jumbo oats, barley and toasted & malted wheat flakes – blend them carefully and add the tastiest fruits: pineapple and papaya for that amazing mouthwatering flavour, raisins and sultanas for their plump juiciness. Then we mix them up a bit, and that’s it. Life is full of simple pleasures, like the first seaside paddle of the year, the smell of freshly cut grass or sharing a joke with a friend. All you need is a bowl of our Simply Fruity Muesli and some ice-cold milk and you’re ready to enjoy them. Simple, but then the best things in life usually are.


Barley flakes, oat flakes, wheat flakes, sultanas (14%), sweetened dried papaya (10%) (sugar, papaya, preservative: sulphur dioxide), sweetened dried pineapple (5%) (sugar, pineapple, citric acid, preservative: sulphur dioxide), raisins (5%), toasted and malted wheat flakes (wheat, barley malt extract), chilean flame raisins (4%).

allergy advice

Contains gluten, wheat, barley, oats and sulphur dioxide. May contain traces of sesame seeds and nuts.

good to know

:-) High in fibre
:-) No added salt
:-) Low in sodium
:-) Low in fat
:-) Low in saturated fat
:-) Contains wholegrains
:-) Vegetarian Society approved
:-) The card for our packs is unbleached and made from 100% recycled fibre

handy to know

:-) Christopher Columbus is the first documented European to have tasted a pineapple, in the 1490s. They didn’t reach the British Isles until 1660.

:-) In the West Indies, papaya leaves are cooked and eaten like spinach.

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nutritional information

dorset cereals and guideline daily amounts

GDAs are based upon and are consistent with the latest published scientific data on dietary requirements. Breakfast should provide 20% of your overall daily allowance.

For further information, visit the British Nutrition Foundation, Food Standards Agency website or IGD.

Click here for frequently asked questions about Dorset Cereals and nutrition.