Sunday, 17 July 2011

Goody! De Luxe Muesli

When I was at Minnowburn on Saturday, a fellow NT volunteer, Heather, apprised me of what she regarded as an exceedingly good muesli. Heather asked me if I consumed the stuff and I replied that I ate the Alpen Original variety; whereupon she scoffed and urged me to try her preferred muesli.

It is sold by a German "value" supermarket chain which uses an Eire website in Northern Ireland, a practice of which Timothy Belmont disapproves; moreover, many of the perishable groceries emanate from the Irish Republic, too.

I am of the opinion that this German business ought to show some respectfulness by using their UK web address and supporting more UK produce in Northern Ireland.

Nevertheless, I ambled in today and sought this muesli. It is in a foil bag; weighs 750 grams; is called Goody Special  Luxury Fruit & Nut Muesli. It contains:-
  • raisins 
  • sultanas
  • pineapple
  • banana pieces
  • dates
  • papaya
  • oat flakes
  • barley flakes
  • nuts (coconut, almonds, hazel nuts, pecan nuts)
  • wheat flakes
  • pumpkin seeds.

It costs £1.89.

Heather was right. It is very, very tasty; the description of ingredients is true and accurate. I haven't tasted a shop-bought muesli before with so many wholesome and nutritious ingredients.


Anonymous said...

I live in America and I love this Muesli! Do you know where to buy it on the web, or anywhere that will ship it here? Thanks! Erica

Timothy Belmont said...


Alas You have me stumped on that one!