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PRODUCT INFORMATION: We tested over 250 Healthy Food Guide readers and 9/10 recommended UNCLE TOBYS CHEERIOS to other parents!

Healthy Food Guide product reviews are advertising promotions, where our advertisers ask an independent panel of Healthy Food Guide readers to sample and review their product. Read what they had to say about UNCLE TOBYS CHEERIOS below.

Finding a nutritious wholegrain cereal which tastes great without a lot of sugar can be a real challenge. UNCLE TOBYS CHEERIOS has less than one teaspoon of sugar per serve and full of 74% wholegrain. So for a tasty, nutritious family breakfast cereal, grab a pack of UNCLE TOBYS CHEERIOS.

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Available at all supermarkets. RRP $5.49

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Reader reviews

“It was a race to see who was going to get to the Cheerios to finish the last bit in the box. They were even used instead of having dessert. The concensus was they are really yummy!”

“I have seen the product in the supermarket but wouldn’t purchase it. Now that I’ve tasted it I would buy again. Thanks.”

“The kids loved trialling Cheerios. They were easy to eat and tasty. They were also great lunchbox fillers. It is good to know they are enjoying something healthy too.”

“I had always associated them with those other round coloured sugar-laden breakfast cereals and was very pleasantly surprised to read the nutritional info. The kids loved them as a cereal and as a snack, so we will definitely be purchasing in the future.”

“I had never given Cheerios a second glance in the supermarket, I always thought they were a sugar-loaded, nutritionally depleted American-style cereal, how wrong was I! I quickly compared them to other cereal we eat and found they had less sugar and more nutrients! My fussy toddler loves them, even as a snack, and calls them ‘wheels’. Will buy again!”

“I found these when searching for a dairy, egg and nut-free cereal alternative for my allergic toddler. She LOVES them and often goes to the pantry to ask for more. Great to know the sugar content is ok. too.”

First published: Oct 2013

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