Kellogg’s change Nutri-Grain recipe
Fans of the cereal have been told that it will still have its same malt taste but the breakfast food is now a source of fibre and has less sugar and sodium than before.
The revamped recipe gives Nutri-Grain a 4 star rating on the Federal Government’s health star rating system. Kellogg’s says that 70 per cent of its Australian cereal range now has a 4 or 5 star health rating.
With the change 18-months in the making, Kellogg’s performed extensive product testing to help ensure consumers were satisfied with the changes.
New recipe Nutri-Grain will be available from the 19 October 2015 at Australian supermarkets. The recommended retail price is $4.59 for a 290 gram box and $7.99 for 805 gram box.
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