Waitrose 1 flower petal muesli
£3.99 (61.4p per 100g)
The Ancient Greeks, the Romans, and the Aztec and Mayan civilisations of South America all used flowers in food, and the marigold plant got its nickname, pot marigold, from medieval monks, because it was often used as a substitute for more costly saffron, to give colour and flavour to dishes.
Oat flakes, sultanas, raisins, barley flakes, TOASTED MALTED WHEAT FLAKES (12%) (wheat flakes, barley malt extract), dried mixed flower petals (2%)(Red Rose, Marigold, Cornflower), ELDERFLOWER OATS (1%) (oat flakes, flavouring)
|Typical values||per 100g||per 45g serving|
|- Saturates||0.6g||0.3 g|
|- Sugars||29.7g||13.4 g|
Typical values. Contains 14 Servings
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