September 10th: 7Days of Chocolate Reviews - Edition 86 - Kellogg's Froot Loops


Hi All,

Another week passes on the ChocolateMission and we had a nice blend of new and old product reviews. If you missed anything this week please see the links below ...

Hotel Chocolat Nut Mania - See HERE
Ritter Sport Milch + Weizenpops - See HERE
Cadbury Caramello - See HERE

There has been plenty of interesting Chocolate news this week, including the rather unfortunate latest financial figures from Thorntons which sadly aren't showing a pretty picture - See NEWS PAGE HERE

With all these new products coming out lately I seem to be booking all these reviews day-to-day so to I'm a little hesitant to say what is coming up in the next week. One thing I am sure of is that midweek there are prizes to be won in the review :D All I will say is come armed with some knowledge about German chocolate and just make your answer sound like you know what you are talking about :D


I have just received the go ahead for an interview spot with the people at Ritter Sport! Look for that in the next few weeks.

Have an enjoyable weekend everyone. There is a festival of sport what with the Football, Rugby, Cricket and F1 being on. You have to love that now.


SNACK OF THE WEEK ..... a new part of '7Days of Chocolate Reviews' which will feature any manner of snacking product I have been products munching on in the weekKellogg's Froot Loops
Kcal 110 Fat 1.0g Fat(sats) 0.5g Carbs 25.0g (per 29.0g serving)

Life's easy when you have splendid people like AmericanSoda sending you interesting American products to review :D Indeed, the only thing I have moan about 'Snack of the Week' this week is that Kellogg's decided to spell Froot Loops in a very silly way. Honestly my brain couldn't hack having to be so stupid and spell fruit with a double-O :D

All week I've been eating my through these single serve Kellogg's Fruit Loops packs which replaced by usual Bran Flakes cereal. For those not in the know, Fruit Loops cereal is produced across several geographies including America, Australia and Korea, just annoyingly not the UK (See WIKI HERE). The cereal itself comprises of ring-shaped pieces (hence "loops") and come in a variety of bright colours that are enhanced with natural fruit flavours. Aesthetically they do look impressive - I can't think of another cereal that quite has so colour to it (Haha certainly not Bran Flakes!!).

Despite the artificial, fake look, the cereal actually surprisingly tastes pretty fruity. The taste of sweet fruits is sweet and ill-maintained due to the lighter than light texture, but genuinely this is a unique cereal that provides a curiously moreish taste. The fruit flavours are hard to pin down to a single fruit, though anyone who has tried 'grape' flavoured candy from America will familiarise the taste instantly. Like most of these Kids cereals I wouldn't promote their consumption on a daily basis, but Froot Loops are worthy of a try if you fancy something just a little different in your breakfast bowl.

7.8 out of 10

You can buy KELLOGG'S FROOT LOOPS HERE HERE at AmericanSoda


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