Take Away Granola Muesli With Nuts

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We know that your mornings are dynamic and your day filled with different activities. Research at the same time shows that there is an even greater awareness for healthy habits, and the number of people thinking into the direction of managing the intake of balanced nutrients has been on the rise.




The granola muesli with nuts enriched with magnesium and B complex constitutes an original mixture of oat flakes and nuts (hazelnut, almond, walnut).

The muesli is prepared by an original recipe of oat flakes glazed with honey which are baked until crispy and enriched with nuts.

The nuts present in the granola supply the body with unsaturated fatty acids. The high percentage of oat flakes makes the Granola muesli an important source of dietary fiber that favorably affects the intestinal microflora and digestive tract. The presence of magnesium and B complex make the Granola muesli with nuts a well-balanced healthy food with high nutritional value.
Consumed with milk or yoghurt, it is a healthy choice for nutritive breakfast-meal for all generations – kids, teenagers, youngsters, adults, sports people, pregnant women and all those who take care of their health.  


Granola 89 % (oat flakes, brown sugar, honey 5%, vegetable oil (canola and palm), glucose syrup, emulsifier: soy lecithin, flavor), raisins, nuts 4,5 % (hazelnut, almond, walnut)


Allergens: Contains soy, gluten and nuts.  May contain traces of sesame.

Nutritional value100g
Fat 9.5 g
of which saturates 3.3 g
Carbohydrates63.0 g
of which sugars18.9 g
Fiber8.1 g
Proteins 9.0 g
Salt 0.5 g





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Oat flakes

Oat flakes are nutritious, versatile components of cereals, oatmeal and muesli. They contain important proteins, dietary fibers, vitamins and other nutrients that support good digestion and provide optimal health.


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