Aldi’s Harvest Morn Honey Nut Cornflakes (85p, 500g) have beaten Kellogg’s Crunchy Nut in a taste test by consumer champion, Which?
The blind taste test, which pitted the branded cereal against cheaper supermarket own brands concluded Aldi’s own-brand cereal was top of the shops, despite being the cheapest on the market at just 85p.
Kellogg’s Crunchy Nut came joint third, scoring just 73% compared to Aldi’s 76% – even though the branded cereal costs more than x3.5 times as much.
As a result, Aldi’s Harvest Morn Honey Nut Cornflakes were awarded a sought-after ‘Best Buy’ endorsement, as well as being labelled ‘Great Value’. Morrisons Honey Nut Corn Flakes were also awarded a ‘Best Buy’.
Which? said about Aldi’s cereal: “Well-balanced honey and nut flavours, plus the satisfying level of crunch proved a hit with our tasters. They’re good value for money too, offering considerable savings compared with Kellogg’s. Aldi, which is the joint-cheapest on test, costs just 17p per 100g – less than three times the price of Kellogg’s at 60p per 100g.
“Opting for Aldi or Morrisons will also get you a healthier breakfast. Both cereals contain around 20% less sugar compared to Kellogg’s…”
Aldi’s Harvest Morn Honey Nut Crunchy Corn Flakes can be bought, in-store, via Click & Collect and Deliveroo now.
Aldi has reported bumper bubbly sales so far this Summer thanks to soaring temperatures and Jubilee celebrations. The supermarket’s best-selling Castellore Prosecco Spumante DOC (£6.25, 75cl) saw its highest day of sales EVER in June, with an incredible one bottle flying off the shelf every second!
Aldi’s Specialbuys Summer Sale has just got even better with more products added, and now you can even shop the sale from your local middle aisle. Just popping in for a loaf of bread? Now you can also take bargain trampolines, tents and garden must-haves to the check out and make the most of savings with up to 50% off. Bargain hunters will need to be quick though, as with all Specialbuys once they’re gone, they’re gone.