Bag of sugar-no good if you are restricting sugar
Far too much fruit - usually my complaint would be too little, but like other consumers have said, this really is a bag of raisins and dates (not a fan) with the slightest dusting of oats and one or two seeds here and there. Won't be buying again. Also not sure why the Tesco free from range seems to have so much sugar packed into products...
Gluten intolerant customer. Bought as my diet now requires me to be gluten free. Disappointed with this product: I hadn't realised just how much fruit was in it, and how little oats. My own fault for not reading the contents; but being used to a non gluten free fruit muesli from another manufacturer, I wrongly presumed the proportions would be similar. At this price, in the same proportions, I am unlikely to purchase again.
absolutely fine quaility
It would be helpful to no weather it is gluten fre
It would be helpful to no weather it is gluten free also milk free
You'd be better off buying a pack of raisins
Literally just a pack of raisins with a sprinkling of oats on top. I guess Tesco want to up the weight with heavier raisins. I'm having to 'water' it down with instant oats to make it edible but unfortunately that means it's taking even longer to get through the pack. Yuck.
First time that I have heard Muesli criticised for
First time that I have heard Muesli criticised for having too much fruit and too few oats! Usually it's the other way roiund.
A little less fruit and more oats would be turn it
A little less fruit and more oats would be turn it into 5 stars. I end up picking some fruit out my bowl as too many to eat. Definitely needs more oats.
Delicious, everyone in the house wants to eat it!!
Packed with way too much dried fruit, so much that
Packed with way too much dried fruit, so much that it makes it difficult to eat in the morning. Unfortunately there's no balance to the muesli and feels like they're making it 50% dried fruit to save money on gluten free oats