classic fruits, nuts and seeds muesli


a blend of rolled and toasted flakes with raisins, apricots, pumpkin seeds and nuts

nutritional information

typical values 100g as sold per 45g serving as sold
- kJ 1610 725
- kcal 383 172
Fat 8.9g 4g
- of which saturates 1.1g 0.5g
Carbohydrate 58g 26g
- of which sugars 23g 10g
Fibre 8.6g 3.9g
Protein 10g 4.5g
Salt 0.02g 0.01g

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Dried fruit, nuts and seeds (45%) [sultanas, raisins (9%), dried apricot (7%), (apricots, preservative: sulphur dioxide), pumpkin seeds (4%), sunflower seeds, flaked almonds (1.5%), roasted hazelnuts (1.5%)], oat flakes, toasted and malted wheat flakes (wheat, barley malt extract), barley flakes, wheat flakes.

allergy advice

For allergens, including cereals containing gluten, see ingredients in bold. May also contain other nuts.

We use only the best, natural ingredients and this means sometimes a stray piece of shell or fruit or stone may sneak past our checks and into your bowl.

suitable for vegans

We always aim to have the most up to date information here, but please always check the pack

  • Vegetarian Society Approved
  • KLBD

good to know

Suitable for vegetarians + vegans
Suitable for vegetarians + vegans
Contains wholegrains
Contains wholegrains
High in fibre
High in fibre
Contains naturally occuring sugars
Contains naturally occuring sugars
No added sugar
No added sugar

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 stuffed full of fruit, nuts and seeds. We don’t forget the flakes – they get as much attention as those fruits.


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 consume within a month. Store in a cool, dry place. For the best before end date, see base of pack.

why not try

Our mueslis are scrumptious when served with milk or a lovely dollop of yoghurt. Some people even eat them with fruit juice!