Put a blind test الدی۔ Kellogg’s grain against each other. He concluded that despite being the cheapest on the market, Aldi’s own brand was the best.
Kellogg’s Crunchy Nut Combined third, scoring only 73% compared to LD’s 76% – although branded grain costs x3.5 times more.
Aldi confirmed the ‘best buy’.
Aldi’s Harvest Marn Honey Nut Corn Flakes was certified ‘Best Buy’ and labeled ‘Great Price’.
Morrison’s Honey Nut Corn Flakes was also named ‘Best Buy’.
which one? “Apart from well-balanced honey and nut flavors, the satisfactory level of crisis proved to be a hit for our taste buds. They are also good value for money, offering considerable savings compared to Kellogg’s,” said Aldi’s cereal. Aldi, which is the cheapest combined in the test, costs only 17 grams per 100 grams – the price of Kellogg’s is 60p per 100 grams, three times less.
Choosing Aldi or Morrisons will also give you a healthy breakfast. Both grains contain about 20% less sugar than Kellogg’s.