Friday, 12 April 2013

M&S Apple Clusters Guilt Free Snacking - NEW

Here’s another exciting snack from the Marks & Spencer's 'Guilt Free Snacking' range. M&S Apple Clusters are deliciously crispy little clusters of dried apple. They’re sold in multipacks containing 5 individual bags each worth 80 calories.

Inside each bag you’ll find 15 (sometimes 16 if you’re lucky) little apple clusters which have just 5 calories each. These Apple Clusters are a bit different. Not only do they look unique, they’re healthy too.

The main ingredient is dried apple which makes up 95% of the snack and they're a delight to eat. Their sweet apple flavour and crisp and crunchy texture is so much nicer than the chewy consistency of regular dried apple pieces.
M&S Guilt Free Snacking Apple Clusters
All the Guilt Free Snacking range are carefully portioned so that, even when a snack isn’t particularly healthy, you’re only eating a reasonable sized portion, which isn’t likely to add any extra weight.

Each pack contributes to one of your 5 a day and has been given the M&S ‘Eat Well’ symbol. This means it’s a healthier option, best enjoyed as part of a healthy lifestyle that includes a balanced diet and exercise.

M&S Guilt Free Snacking Apple Clusters

Nutritionally, they’re great. High in fibre, but low in fat, saturates and salt. They do have a high sugar content, but this is provided by the natural sweetness from the apple.

Available in Marks & Spencer food stores.

Nutrition Information per 20g bag: 80 calories, 0.2g protein, 18.2g carbohydrate, 14.6g sugars, <0.1g fat, <0.1g saturates, 2.0g fibre, <0.1g salt.

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