Grififns has been delighting kiwi families with their products for nearly 150 years and now your favourite Griffins biscuits are also available in muesli bars.
A delicious mix of muesli and biscuit.
6pk ber box
Griffins have taken some of kiwis favourite biscuits and turned them into muesli bars. Not really sure why they did, but hey who are we to question or judge their choices right. Well, we are the consumer, and as the consumer it is totally how choice to question and judge (review) their product choices. I am not really one to get into the hype of needing to try something simply because it is new...Im not! but my kids are *sigh*
So, choc chippies muesli bars: they have taken muesli bar ingredients like rolled oats, cornflakes, and puffed rice, and to that theyve added the biscui ingredients; choc icing and chic chippies. The result - a choc chip muesli bar. Plenty of them on the market, just not many that also have that famous bear attached to them haha
The box is easy to open. A perforated strip across the top that you just lift and pull back. The product is a standard size muesli bar with 6 in a pack. Nothing exciting about that really. The taste: hmmmm so I prefer a good ole fashion cookie to these. And strangely enough, so do my kids! Theyre not really overly fussed on them. They go in the lunch box, they come home in the lunch box unopened. A 6 pk of these can actually last my kids a week or two because they just keep bringing them home
I find them to be to sweet for my liking, and reading the box, the calorie level is ok but that is about it. Theyre full of sugar. Definitely a once in a while treat for the kids, well the kids that actually like them. They are more expensive to purchase than most other muesli bars, the price varies but in some stores these are up to $5 *wow* Not really something I would recommend if I am to be completely honest.
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