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Kellogg's Nutrigrain Trail Mix Sweet Chilli 120g

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    Ingredients: 

    Kelloggs® Nutri-Grain® Cereal (58%)(cereals [wheat flour, oatmeal, maize flour], sugar, wheat protein, maltodextrin, molasses, oat fibre, salt, minerals [calcium carbonate, iron, zinc oxide], barley malt extract, raising agent [potassium bicarbonate], flavour, natural colour [paprika, turmeric], vitamins [niacin, vitamin B6, riboflavin, folate]), nuts (36%) (peanuts, diced almonds [2.5%]), sweet chilli seasoning (fructose, salt, vegetable powders, sugar, white vinegar powder, food acid [330], yeast extract, spices (chilli), spice extracts, natural flavour, soy sauce powder, milk solids), sunflower oil.

    Mix it up with NEW Nutri-Grain® Nuts & Bolts – an exciting new savoury snack! Nutri-Grain Nuts & Bolts Trail Mix Sweet Chilli is a delicious blend of sweet chilli flavours, Nutri-Grain and peanuts, with a sprinkle of diced almonds.

    A SWEET & SPICY TASTE EXPLOSION!
    The Nutri-Grain Nuts & Bolts recipe has always been a family favourite party snack at Christmas, holidays and BBQs. The delicious savoury snack is now available in convenient share bags and single serve packs– so it’s ready to serve anytime or to have on-the-go!

    SOURCE OF PROTEIN
    Nutri-Grain Nuts & Bolts Trail Mixes are a source of protein, containing on average 8.4g of protein per 40g serve.

    GREAT FOR SHARING!
    Nutri-Grain Nuts & Bolts Trail Mixes are great as an afternoon or evening snack, at movie nights or any occasion when friends and families get together.

    Best Before 19/03/2020
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