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NOW CLOSED Try new Kingsmill Fruit and Fibre bread with your DC and have a chance to win a £250 Debenhams voucher

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AnnMumsnet (MNHQ) Mon 17-Sep-12 10:56:23

We've been asked by Kingsmill to find 250 Mumsnetters and their DC to try their new Fruit and Fibre Bread

Kingsmill says "Created to liven up the usual breakfast routine, Kingsmill have launched new Fruit and Fibre bread. Made with mixed berries, apples and raisins, this delicious loaf has been designed to put a fruity twist into breakfast time. Made from a blend of wholemeal and white flour and containing 35% of your daily wholegrain it provides a great source of fibre to kick start your day."

We're looking for UK MNers with at least one child living at home to take part in this test. If you're selected to take part you will be sent 2 loaves of Fruit and Fibre bread worth £1.20 each. The product will be delivered on or around Weds 26th Sept so please only apply if you and your DC will be able to try the bread around that time. You'll need to give your feedback on a thread on MN and on a short survey w/c 1 Oct.

Please click here for more info about the product, including a full list of ingredients.

Everyone who is a tester and adds their feedback to the thread and completes the survey will be entered into a prize draw where one person will win a £250 voucher for Debenhams.

If you'd like to take part please add your details here

Thanks and good luck
MNHQ

ItsAllGoingToBeFine Tue 18-Sep-12 12:45:26

<boak>

Looked at ingredients list and decided not to subject DD to it.

poppy1973 Tue 18-Sep-12 14:22:36

I have added my name too, smile

DoingItForMyself Tue 18-Sep-12 14:37:52

done

Pastabee Tue 18-Sep-12 17:12:38

Done. DD and I would love this and hide it from DH

Puppypoppet Tue 18-Sep-12 17:20:26

Done - sounds yummy and fairly healthy. Still the lashings of butter I spread on it might make it slightly unhealthy!

Done.

DP wouldnt like it so if we get picked (please pick me!!) it would all be for me and DD. We loooove fruit bread. Yum.

ChicHappens Tue 18-Sep-12 20:01:21

done

NoobytheWaspSlayer Tue 18-Sep-12 20:10:48

done! hope this tempts ds1 into eating fruit!

Buglove Tue 18-Sep-12 20:14:33

Done smile

hurricanewyn Wed 19-Sep-12 11:02:33

Done smile

LaundryFairy Wed 19-Sep-12 11:14:46

Done!

Done smile

MTBMummy Wed 19-Sep-12 11:57:12

Done - would be good to see hyow it compares to the Warburtons version

ChablisLover Wed 19-Sep-12 13:19:43

done

boredandrestless Wed 19-Sep-12 13:30:20

Done

Vagaceratops Wed 19-Sep-12 13:34:52

Done.

walkingonthemoon Wed 19-Sep-12 14:57:51

done

urbanturban Wed 19-Sep-12 15:52:20

Done - this sounds amazing and will be a nice change from the 'same old, same old' that our family has at breakfast time (whilst also being a fantastic snack for other times of the day too!)

Done.

popsypie Wed 19-Sep-12 21:30:58

Done - sounds like the bread could be really nice actually! wink

MrsJamesMartin Wed 19-Sep-12 21:46:14

Done x

aloysiusflyte Wed 19-Sep-12 22:00:43

Done smile

Rikalaily Thu 20-Sep-12 09:42:25

Done.

elk4baby Thu 20-Sep-12 18:33:18

My Lord, that's a very long list of ingerients. More than half of them are completely unnecessary! It reads more like them saying: "Here you go, bread with poison, in a bag!"
I bake my own bread, including a similar-type fruit bread with added fibre. The list of ingredients is about 3 times shorter than this one, and tastes fantastic! Sure, it doesn't keep long, but then, no good bread should. Maybe Kingsmill should consider putting health above shelf-life!

ShatnersBassoon Thu 20-Sep-12 19:10:24

They're a business, elk, not a public service.

Not having to make it yourself and having a loaf that lasts a few days are the reasons why people buy sliced bread ie it's convenient. We all know it's not as good as homemade, but that isn't the point in it.

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