Kellogs Nutri-Grain Cookie

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Big_jo
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Kellogs Nutri-Grain Cookie

Post by Big_jo » Mon Dec 07, 2009 9:59 am

These have been out for a few years, and I love to keep a few in my pack when I'm out walking or travelling.
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The come individually wrapped, and should be good for a bit longer than 6 months (The date on this pack says best before July 2010).

They taste really good, come in several flavours (choc chip, rasin), and are a good calorie boost (181 calories each). I also find them very sustaining, thanks to being made primarily out of oats. One of these can stave off hunger for quite a while.

Give them a try, they would make a nice addition to a home made mre.

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Re: Kellogs Nutri-Grain Cookie

Post by Treesuit » Fri Jan 08, 2010 1:02 am

Question is: where can you find these. This is the first I've seen them :?

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Re: Kellogs Nutri-Grain Cookie

Post by Big_jo » Sat Jan 09, 2010 6:38 pm

You can get them in any supermarket here in the UK, I assumed (?) that they would be available in the USA as well?

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Re: Kellogs Nutri-Grain Cookie

Post by Big Galloot » Sat Jan 09, 2010 7:34 pm

They are not listed on the Kellogg website. In the US, Kellogg's owns cookie giant Keebler's. If they do sell that cookie in the US, it is probably branded as a Keebler product.
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