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Mums Say trial for new Kellogg's Mini Max

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We all know that tight schedules and chaotic mornings can lead to breakfast not being a top priority in many households. However, with studies showing that missed vitamins and minerals at breakfast are often not compensated for in later meals, it’s important to make time for it.
 
New Kellogg’s Mini Max is a great way to set your family up for the morning ahead. Delicious, crunchy little parcels of baked wholegrain wheat provide just the right balance between a breakfast that’s good for them and a taste they’ll love.
 
Mini Max is the new wholegrain, high fibre kids cereal from Kellogg's.  Kids love it because it tastes great and mums love it too because it's packed full of fibre, vitamins and minerals and it helps set the children up to make the most of their day.
 
Grain-based foods – such as Mini Max – play an important part in healthy diets. Grains are naturally low in fat and provide valuable carbohydrate energy, so it is easy to see why nutrition experts agree that grain-based foods, such as breakfast cereals, are the ideal basis for a healthy diet. Cereal grains form the foundation of a healthy diet for millions of people as they are rich in complex carbohydrates and are naturally low in fat.
 
Kellogg's Mini Max are tiny wholegrain wheat parcels with a smooth texture, specifically designed for children and it is available in Original and Chocolate flavours.
 
A 40g serving of Kellogg's Mini Max also contains
  • 3-3.5g of Fibre
  • At least 25% of the recommended daily allowance (RDA) for Vitamins such as thiamine, niacin, vitamin B6, riboflavin, vitamin B12 and folic acid
  • It also includes at least 25% of vitamin D which is essential for bone development.  It's difficult for our children to get enough vitamin D because sunshine is the main source which is something we are severely lacking here in Ireland
  • 17% of the recommended daily allowance for Iron
  • 7g of sugar
 
And you'll be pleased to know that Kellogg's Mini Max is also low in saturated fats and salt (<1% salt GDA per serving in the Original version and 3% salt GDA in the Chocolate) which is important when it comes to the cereals that we feed our children.
 
 
We are looking for 20 mums to try new Kellogg's Mini Max as part of our Mum’s Say trial.  If you would like to take part in this Mum's Say trial, simply join this group and leave a comment below.  
 
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RE: Mums Say trial for new Kellogg's Mini Max
March 21, 2013
Love any type of cereal for breakfast, but these look delicious! Me and my son are cereal monsters :o)
RE: Mums Say trial for new Kellogg's Mini Max
February 12, 2013
I'd love to join this group. I have 2 hungry school going kids that love their breakfast.
RE: Mums Say trial for new Kellogg's Mini Max
August 16, 2012
I have 3 hungry boys who are always looking for bowls of cereal to fill them up, I would like to take art in this trial please
RE: Mums Say trial for new Kellogg's Mini Max
August 10, 2012
i would like to trial this please
RE: Mums Say trial for new Kellogg's Mini Max
July 31, 2012
I'd like to trial and review this one please.

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