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Try LowLow Snack Packs by Kerry Foods and you could win a £250 John Lewis vouchers NOW CLOSED

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AngelieMumsnet (MNHQ) Fri 08-Aug-14 09:47:19

We've been asked by Kerry Foods to find 300 MNers to try out LowLow Snack Packs.

Kerry Foods say: "At LowLow we want everyone to enjoy their food and feel good about it. We have created our new Snack Pack for people just like you. We'd love to hear what you think!

LowLow Snack Pack contains little slices of semi skimmed cheese, multigrain toasts and relish. They have been designed so that you can enjoy a tasty, fulfilling snack during your busy day. They are ideal for popping in your bag and eating on the go. Available in 3 delicious flavours: Red Pepper & Onion Chutney, Sweet Tomato Relish, Caramelised Onion Chutney. All with LowLow cheese made from semi skimmed milk to give you all the flavour of Cheddar and 1/3 less fat - we bet you'll struggle to tell the difference. All of this for under 150 calories (the equivalent of a bag of crisps).

We hope you enjoy your LowLow Snack Pack! "

Those selected will be given a voucher, which can be used to buy a LowLow Snack Pack at most major supermarkets.

Selected testers will then need to try a LowLow Snack Pack and feed back on Mumsnet.

This product test is open to all UK MNers.

All testers who post their feedback will be entered into a prize draw, where one MNer will win a £250 John Lewis voucher.

If you'd like to take part, please sign up here.

Thanks and good luck,


VisitTheInfidelWithExplanatory Fri 08-Aug-14 14:22:43

mmmm... cheese grin

ouryve Fri 08-Aug-14 14:51:16

Sounds interesting, but I've never tried a low fat cheese that I didn't find distinctly disappointing.

QuietNinjaTardis Fri 08-Aug-14 17:59:33

I'm up for a snack!

WarmHugs Fri 08-Aug-14 18:17:44

Ooh, these sound like good picnic food!

DurhamDurham Fri 08-Aug-14 18:42:45

Always up for a product test that involves cheese grin

Squiffie Fri 08-Aug-14 19:06:02

Signed up, sound delicious, hope they are and not another low fat disappointment!

Fillybuster Fri 08-Aug-14 21:48:10

Here's hoping....grin

Keepcalmanddrinkwine Fri 08-Aug-14 22:36:14

I do love cheese so would happily try these. Do I have to share with the DDs?

bshree08 Sat 09-Aug-14 08:14:33

Cheeseeeeeeeee Please blush

YeGodsAndLittleFishes Sun 10-Aug-14 06:51:13

This sounds like the perfect snack to replace crisps when I get the after dinner nibbles.

ineedausername Sun 10-Aug-14 13:46:44

sounds yummy!

Jellylove Sun 10-Aug-14 20:56:41

Love a bit of cheese

polly164 Sun 10-Aug-14 21:20:33

sounds lovely

Tortoise Mon 11-Aug-14 17:00:00

Mmmm cheese!

Skina Mon 11-Aug-14 17:06:45

Hmm, sounds interesting, though I'm yet to find a 'low fat' alternative that tastes better than cardboard and soggy tissues to be honest. Very happy to be proved wrong while indulging in one of my favourite pastimes grin

couldthisbeit Tue 12-Aug-14 09:40:01

Cheese on the go cannot be a bad thing!

nicename Wed 13-Aug-14 12:57:09

cheese...crackers... what's there not to like?

Finola1step Thu 14-Aug-14 10:41:52

Cheese please.

incogKNEEto Thu 14-Aug-14 16:29:40

All done smile

LegoCaltrops Thu 14-Aug-14 19:28:48

I tried to be vegan for a while, many years ago, but missed cheese too much!

MissHC Fri 15-Aug-14 14:07:09

I wish I could but I'm breastfeeding and DD is lactose intolerant, so sadly no cheese for me sad

Passmethecrisps Fri 15-Aug-14 20:42:28

Poor you miss sad will she grow out of it? My dd was CMPI but has grown out of it and now cheese is her single most favourite thing to eat. Bar none.

Signed up!

Trills Sun 17-Aug-14 00:52:52

Sounds a bit like dairylea lunchables for grownups...?

LottieAndTheDinosaur Sun 17-Aug-14 13:15:00

Done...I love cheese! smile

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