Grape-nuts & Ice cream - perfect for a hot summers day!
we call it power packed nutrition!
more good reasons to eat grape-nuts! Please like & share to help prevent Mental Dullness
no nuts, no grapes!
We've loved following the unofficial official twitter.com/GrapeNutsUK account. Thanks for the all the fun
Check this out from The Slimming Mama! Low fat, high in fibre & packed full of protein. Grape-nuts a great way to start your day. .... by the way did we mention there is No Added sugar too!
just wholegrain wheat & malted barley - some people do ask!
in case you were wondering
Have a lovely Easter Holiday! Check out this amazing recipe from gotchocolate.com
With Love X
Save 60p on your low fat, no added sugar breakfast cereal! Hurry down to Tesco,Morrisons & the Co-Op this week.
We NEVER add sugar
Spread the word! Grape-nuts are now available in nearly 600 Co-Op stores across the country.
You can SAVE 60p on the price of Grape-nuts for the next few weeks at Morrisons.http://bit.ly/20b3Qb5
Season's Greetings to all of our customers!
Who’s up for a delicious dessert that takes just TEN MINUTES (and 6 ingredients)?
Seems our pack is ready for some trick or treating tonight...
Did you know we've thought up over 60 different recipes for snacks and meals using Grape Nuts? Check them out here:
A heads up on the health benefits of Grape Nuts…You're welcome!
Grape Nuts is here for breakfast, your lunchtime salad and for dessert (with yoghurt or, better still, ice-cream)
We're flexible, and you will be too (once you've had your bowl of wholegrains ;) )
TBT 1992 when they pointed out something rather crucially wrong with our name. Jeez, you didn't have to do it on live TV… :'(
Foods rich in fibre keep you feeling full longer, which can minimize or eliminate unnecessary snacking throughout the day. With 7 grams of naturally-occurring fibre per serving, Grape-Nuts keep you feeling full and satisfied until your next meal. LIKE this if you had your bowl of Grape-Nuts this morning!
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Who knows the answer...?
Like our page, share this photo and comment below with your favourite #MondayMantra for the chance to win a MONTH’S supply of Grape Nuts. Whoever pens our favourite mantra will win 3 whole boxes of Grape Nuts - that's enough for 36 breakfasts!
What phrase gets you through a tough day?
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We love grapes and nuts*
*(Just don't expect to find them in a bowl of our cereal)
Grape-Nuts - power-packed nutrition in your bowl!
Grape-Nuts is a breakfast cereal developed in 1897 by C. W. Post, a former patient and later competitor of the 19th-century breakfast food innovator, Dr. John Harvey Kellogg. Despite the name, the cereal contains neither grapes nor nuts; it is made with wheat and barley. Post believed that glucose (which he called "grape sugar") formed in the baking process. This, combined with the nutty flavour of the cereal, is said to have inspired its name. Another explanation originates from employees at Post, who claim that the cereal got its name due to a resemblance to grape seeds, or grape "nuts." The cereal originally prepared by C. W. Post when developing the product was a batter that came from the oven as a rigid sheet. He then broke the sheet into pieces and ran them through a coffee grinder to produce the "nut" sized kernels.
For more information about Grape-nuts please visit the Post website http://www.postcereals.co.uk/
Or you can find our more on Wikipedia
Grape Nuts UK