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J. W. Berry

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Helpful votes received on reviews: 56% (121 of 216)
Location: Manchester, England
 

Reviews

Top Reviewer Ranking: 4,510,759 - Total Helpful Votes: 121 of 216
Kallo Organic Natural Puffed Rice Wholegrain Cerea&hellip by Kallo
4.0 out of 5 stars Not bad, 17 Mar 2014
This cereal reminds me of Kellogg's sugar puffs, just without the sugar and honey coating. I don't know why they should, as sugar puffs are made of wheat (which I now know I can't eat). This isn't my first choice of cereal, but I would have it again, as a lot of gluten free foods are terrible and very expensive. Compared to the rest I've tried these are pretty good.
Russell Hobbs 18540 Breakfast Collection Kettle by Spectrum Brands UK Ltd
5.0 out of 5 stars Great, 27 Feb 2014
We've had this kettle for over a year now, so I thought I should write a review to say how good it's been. No problems at all. It boils quickly and quietly and clicks itself off when it's done. What more can you ask for? We don't live in a hard water area, so I don't know how it would cope with that, but we use it many times every day and it still works great. Highly recommended.
Doves Farm Organic Original Cornflakes 375 g (Pack&hellip by Doves Farm
2.0 out of 5 stars Too bland for me, 29 Jan 2014
I bought these because I couldn't find my usual Whole Earth organic cornflakes in the shops or on amazon. I can't eat gluten, so my choice was limited to these. I was wary because I'd had the Doves Farm Cereal Flakes a while ago and not liked them, but the reviews looked good so I ordered. For me they are pretty bland, even though I like plain cereal. The Whole Earth have raw cane sugar and more salt. These have no sugar and I miss it. Sprinkling sugar on them doesn't really work. I know some people need or want less sugar and salt, or they plan to add fruit or yogurt, so these cornflakes have their place. But, I found them too much like cardboard and each flake a bit too thick and solid… Read more