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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

(164 Posts)
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

GOLDFaverolles Mon 17-Sep-12 11:02:27

Done smile

Frontpaw Mon 17-Sep-12 11:30:01

That's one huuuuge ingredients list!

jasminetatu Mon 17-Sep-12 11:41:38

Done. It sounds yum. grin

Lovemy3kids Mon 17-Sep-12 11:47:39

Done..... smile

GOLDFaverolles Mon 17-Sep-12 11:52:33

Can I just add, if the comments at the end have any sway on whether we are picked or not, I wrote mine after having no sleep in the night (poorly boy).
If someone in MNHQ could tweak it to make me look an ideal fruit bread receiver, it would be much appreciated smile

InMySpareTime Mon 17-Sep-12 12:00:31

Done. I'm glad it's milk free (allergic yet super hungry DS). He loves fruit bread (when we find a milk free one) but will eat a whole loaf at one sitting. Hopefully this will fill himgrin.

StateofConfusion Mon 17-Sep-12 12:04:58

Done, whether we get chosen or not I need this bread!

countingdown Mon 17-Sep-12 12:08:42


MamaGeekChic Mon 17-Sep-12 12:11:35


MamaGeekChic Mon 17-Sep-12 12:11:58


SweetSeraphim Mon 17-Sep-12 12:23:21

Done.. Sounds yummy!

HazeltheMcWitch Mon 17-Sep-12 12:55:06

Done. This looks delicious !

BlackberryIce Mon 17-Sep-12 12:56:38


IwishIwasmoreorganised Mon 17-Sep-12 13:01:53

I like the look of this one smile

BehindLockNumberNine Mon 17-Sep-12 13:10:46

Done! Like the look of this one smile

Blatherskite Mon 17-Sep-12 16:00:07


5inthebed Mon 17-Sep-12 16:03:49

Done. I love fruit bread, toasted with butter and melted cheese on mmmmmm <drools>

TheSydenhamSet Mon 17-Sep-12 16:15:58

done! looks very nice

bulletwithbutterflywings Mon 17-Sep-12 16:35:59

done smile

Tee2072 Mon 17-Sep-12 16:43:48

Ah, go on then!

IsSamNormansDad Mon 17-Sep-12 16:48:35

Done smile

Alibabaandthe40nappies Mon 17-Sep-12 17:03:40

Done smile

fuzzpig Mon 17-Sep-12 17:18:35

Looks tasty!

BonnyDay Mon 17-Sep-12 17:21:39

with many sons the concern would be the level of fibre and its side effects ;

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