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    muesli

    Hi all

    There's a bit of a debate going on whether you can have muesli as a HEb.

    Can anyone confirm if you can and which ones you are allowed and how much?

    Tia
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    Not really sure why there is such a debate about it. You can have any of the following as a HExB - they are all listed on the Healthy Extra's section of the SW Website:

    - 35g Jordans Natural No Added Sugar Muesli
    - 35g Pertwood Organic Wheat Free Muesli, all varieties
    - 35g Dorset Cereals Simply Delicious Muesli
    - 40g Dorset Cereals Simply Fruity Muesli
    - 35g Dorset Cereals Super High Fubre Muesli
    - 35g Dorset Cereals Simply Nutty Muesli
    - 35g Kellogg's Luxury Muesli
    - 35g Marks & Spencer Fruit & Fibre Muesli
    - 35g Sainsbury's Fruit & Nut / Orchard Fruit Muesli
    - 35g Mornflake Oatbran Muesli, Very Berry
    - 35g Tesco Super Berry Muesli
    - 35g Tesco Finest Super Berry Muesli


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