All serving suggestions are a guide only using a 30g (2 Nutri-Brex) serve.
*Low FODMAP diets are not recommended for long periods.
Suitable for vegetarians
|Typical Values||Per 100g||Per Serving (2 Nutri-Brex/30g)||%RI*per 100g|
|of which saturates||0.6g||0.2g|
|of which sugars||2.2g||0.7g|
|*RI. Reference Intake of an average adult (8400kJ/2000kcal)|
Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (106)
Tasty, replacement for wheat cereal biscuits
I enjoy these regularly, good to see that they are virtually all sorghum and not full of sugar as many other cereals seem to be. The texture and taste is very nice and they are filling too.
a good substitute
I used to love Wheatabix- so was pleased to find a GF substitute- I use Alot of Milk + xylitol sweetener - they need alot of softening - but I love the texture once submerged in milk.
Crumbling into bowl first makes them a lot less dry when milk added.
Tasty, healthy cereal which is also gluten free
Im really enjoying this tasty cereal with good texture. As a massive bonus, it has no additives to the Sorghum, other than B vitamins and golden syrup. Sugar content is 2.5g per 100g, very different from other cereals packed with nutrient-free fillers. Mesa Sunrise has 13g sugar per 100g.
At last ... sorghum!
I was delighted to see that Ocado stock sorghum. But wait, are they sugar free? No! So I can't try them! Come on Ocado, please give us a sugar free version. If we want syrup on them, we can add it ourselves!!!
Maybe we were (unrealistically) expecting them to taste like Weetabix so were disappointed. My son couldn't eat them, he said they were dry and chewy with an awful taste. Binned.