Kraft launches new range of breakfast biscuits
Coinciding with the release of a report on a study of Australian breakfast habits, Kraft has launched belVita Breakfast – a new range of biscuits specially designed for breakfast hitting Australian supermarket shelves this week .
Made with five wholegrains, belVita Breakfast Biscuits are rich in cereals, a source of fibre and low in Glycemic Index.
The belVita Breakfast range is available in three flavours – Milk & Cereals, Fruit & Fibre and Crunchy Oats, and can be found in the biscuit aisle of supermarkets across Australia.
belVita Breakfast will be available in two sizes; a 300g box containing six individually wrapped packs of four biscuits (RRP $3.99) or a 50g pack containing an individually wrapped serving of four biscuits (RRP of $1.49).
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