choc cherry granola
our choc cherry granola is an indulgent mix of dark chocolate, cherries and nuts, gently baked with jumbo oats and golden syrup
Due to the terrible escalation of the war in Ukraine, a major producer of sunflower oil, supplies of this ingredient have been severely restricted. For that reason, we have made a temporary change from sunflower oil to rapeseed oil in our Granola range.
|typical values||per 100g||per 45g serving as sold|
|- of which saturates||2.8g||1.3g|
|- of which sugars||13.5g||6.1g|
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Wholegrain OAT flakes (56%), golden syrup (partially inverted sugar syrup), BARLEY flakes, vegetable oil (rapeseed and sunflower in varying proportions), dark chocolate curls (4.5%) (cocoa solids: 70% minimum (cocoa mass, sugar, cocoa butter, emulsifier (SOYA lecithin), natural flavouring)), freeze dried sliced cherries (3%), MACADAMIA NUTS (2.5%), cocoa powder (2%), sunflower seeds.
Allergy Advice: For allergens, including cereals containing gluten, see ingredients in Bold.
May also contain milk, other gluten sources, other nuts.
suitable for kosher diets
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For allergens, including cereals containing gluten, see ingredients in bold on the ‘what’s inside’ tab. May also contain other gluten sources, other nuts, milk.
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how we make things
We don’t just chuck our ingredients together – we source them carefully and then balance and blend them using our knowledge of what tastes delicious. We don’t scrimp, we make sure our recipes are filled with wonderfully tasty nuts, seeds and goodness.
Some of the best bits may have settled at the top of the pack, so please shake gently before opening. Once opened, roll inner bag down tightly and eat within a month. Store in a cool, dry place. For the best before date, see base of pack.
why not try
Serve with milk for a delicious breakfast. If you’re feeling adventurous, why not sprinkle on yoghurt or fruit as a tasty snack, or even over ice cream?