Thursday, 31 May 2012

Artificial Sweeteners using Aspartame

If you're looking for a low calorie alternative to sugar, there are numerous options available. One of the most widely used artificial sweeteners is aspartame and as such, is commonly found in a wide variety of reduced calorie food and beverages as well as low calorie sweeteners.

Aspartame has a similar taste to sugar but is approximately 200 times sweeter. It has less than four calories per teaspoon and is digested by the body as a protein. It’s not heat stable as it can lose  sweetness over time.

Wednesday, 30 May 2012

Kellogg's Special K Chocolate Chewy Delight Bars

Kellogg’s Special K have added two new bars to their range of snacks which have less than 100 calories

The new choices are Special K Milk Chocolate Chewy Delight with 95 calories and Special K Dark Chocolate Chewy Delight with 97 calories

These delicious high fibre snack bars have a chewy mixed cereal centre which is sitting on a smooth chocolate base. The top is drizzled with more chocolate. They’re a sticky indulgent treat that you can enjoy even while dieting. 

Boxes contain four individually wrapped 24g bars and are available in most major supermarkets who stock Kellogg’s bars. 

Nutrition Information per 24g bar (milk chocolate): 95 calories, 1g protein, 14g carbohydrates, 6g sugars, 3g fat, 1g saturates, 4g fibre, 0.1g salt. High sugars, Medium fat, High saturates, Low salt.

For other bars in the Special K range, see this post.


Tuesday, 29 May 2012

Cadbury Dairy Milk Bubbly Bars

I adore Cadbury’s chocolate but prefer buying smaller bars rather than the big blocks. So when I heard about the new Dairy Milk Bubbly Bars, I couldn’t wait to try one.

Unfortunately, they only seem to be available in larger 90g or 100g sizes. After giving up waiting for them to come out in a smaller size, I bought one of the 100g white choc bubbly bars. Strangely, the milk chocolate variety is sold in 90g bars.

Monday, 28 May 2012

Quorn Sticky Fillets - BBQ, Chilli & Lime Reviews

Ginger, Chilli & Lime Sticky Fillets
Quorn is the most amazing food. Not only is it a suitable meat alternative for vegetarians, it’s fantastic for slimmers. It’s low in calories and fat and a good source of protein. 

Quorn have been advertising these benefits on TV which, incidentally, also coincide with the launch of some of their new products.

Here are two of them.

Sunday, 27 May 2012

Robinsons Fruit Shoot Ice Lollies

Robinsons Fruit Shoots are popular, fruity flavoured still drinks available in sports style bottles. They’re especially handy for kids lunchboxes and they do a ‘no added sugar’ variety. Also in the Robinsons Fruit Shoot range are Robinsons Fruit Shoot Mini Squeeze up Ice Lollies.

These ice lollies are basically Fruit Shoots (those with sugar) which are frozen into a cone shaped holder. You have to squeeze the bottom of the lolly to push it up in order to eat it.

This is actually a good idea because once it starts melting, you don’t need to worry about it dripping everywhere – especially useful for children. Whatever’s dripped into the cone can be drunk once you’ve finished the frozen part.

Saturday, 26 May 2012

ASDA Mini Football Shirt Biscuits

ASDA Mini Football Shirts are miniature t shirt shaped, malted milk biscuits. They’re packed in a large multipack containing six individually wrapped 25g bags.

Inside the bag are eight mini footie shirt biscuits, each with their own number imprinted on the front. These delicious malted biscuits are an ideal size for kids lunchboxes. And with eight football shirts per bag, their friends will undoubtedly be happy to help them out with a few.

Individual biscuits have 15.5 calories with the whole bag worth 124 calories. These are from the ASDA ‘Chosen by you’ range, which basically means they meet customers’ high standards.
Available in the biscuit aisle at ASDA stores. 

Nutrition Information per 25g bag: 124 calories, 1.6g protein, 16.4g carbohydrates, 4.3g sugars, 5.6g fat, 2.6g saturates, 0.6g fibre, 0.2g salt. High sugars, High fat, Medium salt

Friday, 25 May 2012

Feel Good Non-Alcoholic Cocktails

Mojito
You won’t need to worry about keeping a clear head with these non-alcoholic cocktails from the Feel Good Drinks Co. Feel Good drinks are made with 100% natural ingredients with no added sugar. Also, every serving counts as one of your 5-a-day.

Launched in November 2011, varieties so far include Mojito, Peach Bellini and Bucks Fizz, all of which have 37 or 38 calories per 100ml.

Although these cocktails are typically among the lower calorie options as sold in pub or bars, Feel Good’s non-alcoholic cocktails or ‘mocktails’ as they’re often known, contain only the natural sugars found in the fruit juice.

Feel Good non-alcoholic cocktails are light and refreshing as a thirst quenching drink on their own. However, you could also use them as a mixer when making your own cocktails at home.
 
Feel Good non alcoholic cocktails are available in 750ml bottles and are sold in branches of Tesco, ASDA and Sainsbury’s.

Bucks Fizz and Peach Bellini
Nutrition Information per 100ml Mojito: 38 calories, 0.1g protein, 8.6g carbohydrate, 8.6g Sugar, 0g fat, fibre 0.1g, 0g sodium.

Ingredients Mojito: 60% fruit juice (from concentrate, Grape, lime 10%), Gently sparkling water & fruit extracts, natural mint flavours, natural stabilisers, fruit pectin.

Ingredients Peach Bellini: 68% Fruit Juice (from Concentrate): Grape, Orange, Peach 5%, Lemon, Raspberry, Acerola,Gently Sparkling Water & Fruit Extracts: Natural Flavours, Natural Colour; Beta Carotene

Ingredients Bucks Fizz: 66% Fruit Juice (from Concentrate): Grape, Orange 30%, Lemon, Gently Sparkling Water & Fruit Extracts: Natural Flavours, Natural Stabiliser; Fruit Carob.



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Thursday, 24 May 2012

M&S Count on Us Fat Free Yogurts

Marks & Spencer have a new selection of Count on Us, fat free, probiotic yogurts, all with 80 calories or less. 

The Vanilla and the Strawberry yogurts have an updated recipe, while others are new creations. 

Count on Us yogurts are available as individual pots or multipacks.

Wednesday, 23 May 2012

Petits Filous Rice Little Puddings Review

My children love rice pudding. However, I never (or rarely) cook that kind of thing so I tend to buy it in pots. Because rice pudding is quite a high calorie snack, I try to find those which are lower in calories and this usually means buying the smallest pots I can find.

Although the calories per 100g is fairly similar amongst different brands, the size of the pot can make a big difference to the number of calories per pot. And no matter what size pot I do buy, my kids will devour the lot. So it makes sense to keep the higher calorie treats small.

Tuesday, 22 May 2012

Artificial Sweeteners Using Saccharin

It's the first ever artificial sweetener, discovered more than 100 years ago. And despite controversial health scares and growing competition, saccharin is still a common choice for those looking to replace sugar with a zero calorie sugar substitute.

Saccharin is 300 times sweeter than sugar and is heat stable, making it suitable for cooking. Since it passes through the body undigested, it’s completely calorie free. It also has no impact on blood sugar levels, so is suitable for diabetics as well as slimmers.

Monday, 21 May 2012

Shapers Popcorn Snacks - NEW

Last year Shapers added two varieties of popcorn to their range of under 100 calorie snacks. These included Maple Popcorn with 92 calories and Salted Popcorn with 88 calories per 20g bag.

New on the shelves for 2012 are two more popcorn snacks: Strawberry & White Chocolate Popcorn and Chocolate & Toffee Popcorn. Despite their highly calorific sounding names, both varieties have less than 90 calories per pack.

Sunday, 20 May 2012

Doritos and Dips – A Guide to Calories

Doritos – the UK’s number one tortilla chip! That’s according to the Doritos website and who am I to question them. Doritos dominate the supermarket snack shelves. Their tortilla corn chips are available in no less than seven varieties with seven types of dips and salsa to choose from.

They also come in different sized packs ranging from the popular sharing sized 225g bag, to smaller 175g packs and individual serving sized 30g bags.

Doritos are the ideal snack to sit down and enjoy a movie with. But if you’re not careful, you could find yourself clocking up an enormous amount of calories.

Saturday, 19 May 2012

Muller Light Fat Free Greek Style Yogurts

Greek yogurt is very popular these days and with good reason. It’s luxuriously thick and creamy and highly versatile, but it can be high in fat. 

If you’re looking for lower fat Greek yogurts, Muller Light have three low fat varieties to choose from:

Friday, 18 May 2012

Weight Watchers Range of Sliced Bread - Calories and ProPoints

Going on a diet doesn’t have to mean giving up bread, but you do have to be careful which type of bread you choose. Thick sliced bread from a large loaf, or breads full of seeds and grains often have over 100 calories a slice.

However, by choosing 400g loaves you can easily save 30 calories or more per slice. Weight Watchers have a range of 400g breads which are available in six varieties. These include:

Thursday, 17 May 2012

Mattessons Rippa Dippa Chicken Bites

Mattessons Rippa Dippa Chicken bites are very much like Fridge Raiders also by Mattessons. They’re a similar size and shape to Fridge Raiders, but Chicken Bites are packed into a container together with a
small portion of Ketchup for dipping. Rippa Dippas are made with 100% seasoned chicken breast and each pack has only 85 calories.  

Their description is as follows:

Wednesday, 16 May 2012

Graze Box Review - Apple Crumble, BBQ Pistachios

Graze Box Delivery Dates: 27 April - 11 May 2012

With nothing new to report for week 22, I’ll get straight on with week 23. This saw one new snack called Mississippi BBQ Pistachios. Also in the Graze box were three favourites ‘Apple and Cinnamon flapjacks’ reviewed in week 5, ‘The Herb Garden’ reviewed in week 7, and ‘Bounty Hunter’ reviewed in week 2.

Onto Week 24, the Graze delivery box for 11th May. Inside were two previous favourites: ‘Jaffa Cake’, (roasted hazelnuts, orange infused sultanas and dark chocolate buttons) reviewed in week 16 and ‘Rock the Casbah’, (walnuts, dates and pumpkin seeds), reviewed in week 3.


Tuesday, 15 May 2012

ASDA Range of Instant Chocolate Drinks

ASDA have a new selection of lower calorie instant hot chocolate drinks. There are five varieties to choose from and all have less than 40 calories. Boxes
contain eight individual sachets of chocolate powder to which you just add hot water for a deliciously sweet, chocolatey drink.

I've been drinking lower calorie, instant hot chocolate drinks on a daily basis for years. And although I generally stick with one or two favourites, I'm always on the lookout for new varieties and was looking forward to trying one of ASDA's offerings.

Monday, 14 May 2012

Nestle Aero Biscuits 99 Calorie Bars - NEW

May 2011 saw Nestle Aero Chocolate branching into the biscuit category with the launch of their '99 calorie' Aero Chocolate Biscuit bars. These biscuits are a clever combination of the familiar Aero
bubby chocolate on top of a crunchy biscuit bubble base, all covered with a smooth coating of Aero milk chocolate.

They are ideal for consumers looking for a chocolate or biscuit snack but don’t want all the calories of a regular chocolate bar.

Sunday, 13 May 2012

Lucozade Revive Light Energy Drink 50 Calories (Review)

I don’t often buy energy drinks, instead preferring coffee to keep me going through the day. However, I recently found myself lugging home a large 4-pack of Lucozade Revive from the Morrisons store I’d just visited.

This lightly sparkling energy drink is a lower calorie alternative with 75% less sugar to Lucozade’s range of energy drinks. Revive is available in three flavours at the time of writing: Orange with Acai, Lemongrass with Ginger, or Cranberry with Acai.

This was a bit of an impulse buy, but there were two persuading factors for me.

Saturday, 12 May 2012

Mr. Men Ice Lollies, Tesco - NEW

Although my youngest has now outgrown the wonderful Mr. Men books, I couldn’t resist buying these Mr. Messy Raspberry flavour milk ice lollies. They were also on a special offer which played a part in my decision, plus the fact that each one has 109 calories so not too many for a treat. 

Mr. Messy lollies are produced exclusively for Tesco and are sold in boxes of four.

The lollies themselves look like regular ice lollies. For example, they're not shaped or moulded to look like Mr. Messy, but they are pink to match Mr Messy's colour. 

Friday, 11 May 2012

Filippo Berio 100% Olive Oil Sprays - NEW

One of the easiest ways to cut calories when cooking, is to use less oil. Quite simply, there is nothing more calorie dense than pure oil, so using less can greatly decrease the calories in a meal. While some foods can be cooked using other methods such as steaming, poaching etc, sometimes you just need to have oil, to provide more flavour or prevent burning for example.

However, you can avoid adding too many calories by using an oil spray. These help make your oil go a lot further by covering a wider area of food with a light spray. This is virtually impossible to do when pouring it out of a bottle.

Thursday, 10 May 2012

Kit Kat Chunky Peanut Butter Facebook Winner

If you were following Nestle’s Kit Kat ‘Choose a Chunky Champion’ campaign in January, you’ll probably be aware that the Kit Kat Chunky Peanut Butter variety came out as the overall
winner.

Nestle produced a limited edition range of Chunky Kit Kats in four flavours: White Chocolate, Orange, Double Choc and Peanut Butter. It was left up to the public to choose their favourite and vote for it online via Kit Kat's Facebook page.

The Peanut was a clear winner and, as of April 18, it’s now back in the shops permanently (no longer under limited restrictions). The peanut bars are 48g which is the same size as the Original and Caramel Chunky Kit Kats.

Kit Kat Chunky Peanut Butter bars have three wafer layers, separated by a soft chocolate filling and topped with a creamy layer of peanut butter flavoured paste. The whole lot is covered with a thick layer of milk chocolate.




A whole bar has 260 calories, with each section worth 86 calories.

See this post for the Kit Kat Facebook voting competition results.

If you can't find any in your local area,
Amazon deliver free! It does mean
buying a box of 24 though.

Nutrition Information: Per 48g Bar: 260 calories, 4.0g protein,26.2g carbohydrates,15.2g fat.

Marks & Spencer Hot Chocolate Drink (45 calories)

Rushing around the aisles in Marks and Spencer a couple of weeks ago, I stopped in my tracks after noticing these packs of hot chocolate drinks on sale. I wouldn't normally have paid too much attention, but the 'under 50 calories' label impelled me to take a closer look.

Knowing the quality of M&S food, I decided to buy a box and try them out. However, I did wonder why they were stacked up high and on sale at an extremely low price.

Wednesday, 9 May 2012

Artificial Sweeteners Using Sucralose

Switching from sugar to a calorie free substitute is a popular choice among slimmers and those looking to control their weight. With more than 25 percent of us buying artificial sweeteners in the UK, we now have more choice than ever before.

Sucralose as a sweetener became enormously popular with the arrival of Splenda. This new calorie free sweetener was promoted as "Made from sugar, so it tastes like sugar" which seemed to imply that it was natural. 

Tuesday, 8 May 2012

Walkers Sunbites Wholegrain Crispy Snacks

Walkers Sunbites are another alternative snack to crisps. They’re made using wholegrains so you’re getting a bit more fibre. Plus they have 30% less fat than regular crisps. They’re available in multi-packs of six, with a typical pack containing 120 calories.

Sunbites are very addictive and seriously tasty. These corrugated, square shaped bites have a texture which is a bit like a combination of prawn crackers and crisps. 

Monday, 7 May 2012

Nakd Raw Fruit, Oat & Nut Wholefood Bars

Any product with a name such as ‘Nakd’ is bound to get noticed. For native English speakers, it's instinctive to pronouce it 'Naked'. Whether this is correct I've no idea. But since there's an accent on the ‘a’, maybe it's something like 'Narked' perhaps. Or how about 'Nakked' (as in packed)?

I've noticed Nakd bars before and knew they were healthy and wholesome. However, I’ve never bought them because the calories were a bit too high for my liking (they were bigger bars). If I’m going to buy cereal bars, I tend to go for those which are at, or near the 100 calorie mark.

These Nakd bars caught my attention for two reasons. First they were stuck on the end of an aisle in Tesco – a premium position for grocery goods, and second – they had the magic number 100’ calories on the front of the pack.

Sunday, 6 May 2012

Graze Box Review - Poached Pear, Marble Bread

 Graze Box Delivery Date: 20th April 2012

Two new snacks arrived in this week’s Graze box, including one from the bread selection. Previous favourites included the delicious ‘Chilli and Lime Pistachios’ reviewed in week 4 and ‘Peking Dynasty’ a mix of cashews, baked soy bites and black beans, also reviewed in week 4.

Taking a quick glance at the calories of each snack, I can see the whole box overall is one of the lowest calorie selections I’ve had so far.

The highest is the Chilli & Lime Pistachios with 189 calories. This week the two new surprise snacks were ‘Poached Pear’ and my first foray into the Graze bread selection with a ‘Tandoori Rustic Marble Bread’.

Saturday, 5 May 2012

Cadbury Bitsa Wispa - 19 Calories Each

Here’s a treat for Cadbury’s chocolate Wispa lovers. If one Wispa bar isn’t enough to satisfy your chocolate cravings, you can now buy 38 Wispas in one bag.

All is not what it seems though. These Wispa bars, called ‘Bitsa Wispa’ are fully formed Wispa bars measuring just 2cm x 1.5cm (1/2” x .5”).

A 130g bag contains 38 Bitsa Wispa and each bar has 19 calories. It's easy enough to pop the whole thing into your mouth and devour it in one go, and then carry on through the pack. But, if you do that, you’ll be eating a massive 715 calories.

If you're watching your weight and Wispa bars are your thing, then why not swap from a regular sized Wispa bar (210 calories) to two or three Bitsa Wispas. Doing this could save you up to 170 calories and you'll still get to enjoy your favourite chocolate but won't have to worry about the calories.
 
Bitsa Wispa bags can be found in supermarkets with the multipack chocolates and bars. Packs have a resealable sticker, so if there are any left after opening, you can fold down the pack and stick it down to keep the contents fresh.
Bitsa Wispa (next to 20p coin for size comparison)

Best enjoyed when eaten straight from the fridge and taking lots of little nibbles.

Nutrition Information: Per quarter bag (9.5 bitsa wispas): 180 calories, 2.4g protein, 17.2g carbohydrate, 17.1g sugars, 11.1g fat, 6.9g saturates, 0.2g fibre, 0.08g salt.

Mini All Butter Scottish Shortbread Fingers - Marks and Spencer

I adore shortbread. But with around 100 calories or more for the average piece, it’s not something I can buy and eat with a clear conscience.

As soon as the pack’s open, they’ll be gone in a day. Not all consumed by me I hasten to add! All those calories, all that fat and sugar. No, shortbread really isn’t a dieter's friend.


Friday, 4 May 2012

Warburtons Soft White Sandwich Thins

A slice of bread from the average sized large loaf contains around 95 calories, or more for thick sliced and seeded breads. And if you’re making a sandwich you’ll need two slices, giving you at least 200 calories before you’ve added any spread or filling.

One easy way to cut the calories in your sandwich is by switching to one of the newer bread alternatives. For example, Kingsmill 50/50 Deli Softs (147 calories each) or 50/50 pockets (110 calories each).
 
Here’s another tasty new offering, this time from Warburtons called 'Sliced Sandwich Thins'. These square shaped, thinly sliced white bread rolls have just 100 calories each. You can use them exactly as you would bread to make a lighter, lower calorie sandwich. Or you could try out some of the delicious suggestions on the pack. My favourite is using them as a mini pizza base.

Warburtons Sandwich Thin (100 calories for both slices)
Although thinner than the average slice of bread, they hold together well so you don't need to worry about them disintegrating while you're eating.

Warburtons Sandwich Thins x 6 can be found in larger supermarkets.

Nutrition Information per sliced thin: 100 calories, 3.9g protein, 19.8g carbohydrate, 1.9g sugar, 1.1g fat, 0.2g saturates, 1.6g fibre, 0.41g salt. Suitable for vegetarians.

Thursday, 3 May 2012

Weight Watchers Packaging is Rebranded

If you regularly purchase Weight Watchers foods, you’ve probably noticed their products are taking on a whole new look. After updating their label information with the hugely successful New ProPoints 
in November 2007, Weight Watchers UK are overhauling their old style packaging by giving it a ‘vibrant and appetising’ new look.

According to research group Kantar, Weight Watchers is the number one brand within the £2.3bn low calorie category, with a total brand value of over £327m.

During this transition time, you’ll see a mixture of the old style packaging alongside the new packs on the shelves. The new packaging with its fresh, vibrant look in eye-catching shades of blue, are instantly recognisable.

Before - Old Style Packaging
Whether you’re on the hunt for your favourite Weight Watchers foods or are looking out for new ones, you can now spot them with a quick glance. No more hunting among the myriads of competing products.
After - New Updated Packaging
With over 250 packs across 40 categories, Weight Watchers products are sure to feature strongly throughout virtually all food shelves in supermarkets across the country.

Weight Watchers appointed the design agency Blue Marlin to create the new packaging rebrand which, according to Packaging News, looks set to be one of the biggest grocery relaunches of the year.

Weight Watchers Cheesecakes

Slimmers should generally steer well clear of cheesecake. Rich, indulgent and truly delicious, they are of course, packed with calories, fat and sugar. Many pre-packed cheesecakes have well over 300 calories per slice, enough to put a large dent in any calorie counted diet plan.

For example, Sainsbury’s Berry Cheesecake slices (100g) have 326 calories and 21g of fat. Tesco’s Raspberry Rapture Cheesecake slices (110g) have 335 calories and 21g of fat, while GU Chocolate and Vanilla Cheesecakes (90g) have 364 calories and 24g of fat. 

If you’re on a diet or watching your weight, and have a penchant for cheesecake, you might like to try the Weight Watchers varieties.

Made with reduced fat soft cheese, Weight Watchers cheesecakes have 4.3g and 5g of fat and just over 200 calories each.

You have a choice of the Raspberry Cheesecakes:

A smooth creamy vanilla cheesecake on an oaty biscuit base, finished with a luscious raspberry sauce and gooey raspberry centre’;

or the Lemon Cheesecakes:

‘A smooth, creamy vanilla cheesecake on an oaty biscuit base, finished with a tangy lemon sauce and gooey lemon centre’.

Both cheesecakes are packed two to a box and weigh in at 100g each. 

The nutrition details are as follows:

Raspberry Cheesecakes each: 5 ProPoints, 213 calories, 17.7 sugars, 4.3g fat, 2.7g saturates, 0.3g salt, 5 propoints. Suitable for vegetarians.

Lemon Cheesecakes each: 5 ProPoints, 211 calories, 16.4g sugars, 5.0g fat, 2.9g saturates, 0.4g salt. Suitable for vegetarians.

Wednesday, 2 May 2012

9 of the Highest Calorie Foods at Greggs Bakery

If you’re watching your weight, you may not be planning on stopping by Greggs Bakers for lunch too often. Delicious as their food may be, pastries and cakes are never going to be low in calories.

But if you can’t resist the smell of those freshly baked pies and pasties, knowing which foods have the highest calories may help persuade you to choose another option.

But don't automatically head over to the sandwiches and rolls, as they can be deceptively calorific. Although they look healthy enough when filled with salad, some of them have far more calories than you might imagine.

Tuesday, 1 May 2012

Jacob's Oddities, Baked Snacks - NEW

Always on the hunt for interesting snacks to pop into the kids lunchboxes, I was pleased to spot these new baked snacks called ‘Oddities’ by Jacobs. With their bright and cheerful packaging, they're designed to get themselves noticed among the myriad of snack packs vying for supermarket shelf space.

Currently they are available in two flavours: Smoky Bacon or Cheese.

Jacob’s Oddities are light and crispy, mini savoury biscuits baked into a variety of shapes. For example, there’s a rocket, a phone, a person, a duck, a bone and something which looks like a camera.

Various pack sizes are available. There are multipacks which contain five 25g bags. The packs look small, but they hold loads of mini snacks (at least 30) and they are the perfect size for putting into lunchboxes. The Smoky Bacon flavour has 113 calories and the Cheese flavour has 114 calories.

If you prefer to buy them in individual pack sizes, there are 30g handybags. These have 136 calories and 137 calories for the Smoky Bacon and the Cheese flavours respectively.

Finally, there are the 125g sharing bags with the Bacon flavour worth 565 calories and the Cheese 125g pack having 570 calories.

Jacob’s oddities aren’t specifically targeted at the children’s market as such, though they’ll probably enjoy the novelty of the shapes more than the average adult! The tastes aren’t overpowering but have enough flavour to make them incredibly moreish.
A whole pack of Jacob's Oddities Smoky Bacon Flavour

25g mini bags
Everyone in my family liked both varieties equally, so it looks like Jacob’s Oddities will become a regular feature on my shopping lists.

Available in larger supermarkets.

Nutrition Information Per Cheese flavour 25g bag: 114 calories, 2.4g protein, 17.2g carbohydrates, 2.4g sugars, 3.8g fat, 0.5g saturates, 0.8g fibre, 0.4g salt. Suitable for vegetarians, yes, even the bacon flavour too!




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