13 October 2011

product talk: introducing . . . Uncle Tobys Simply Fruit Bars

Greetings all,
Welcome to product talk with Uncle Tobys Simply Fruit Bars.
  As a health & budget conscious mummy of 4 super active school children, i make, bake & grow as much as i can at home so i know exactly what is going into my children's bodies & we don't waste money on rubbishy snacks.
  Sometimes our fruit bowl is empty, the children are starving in the car & we're between school/ sports/ home, so a 'bar' from handbag comes to the rescue.
  Simply Fruit Bars are made in Australia from a blend of wholefoods . . . sultanas, apricots, oats, dried dates, orange & poppy seeds - all natural energy packed ingredients with good sugars & carbohydrates. Love a back-of-the-box which is easy to read!!
  They taste delicious & the flavours of the apricot, the texture of the sultanas & chewy dates + the 35gm size is perfect.
  Thanks Uncle Tobys & NuffNang for the Simply Fruit Bars, they'll be in my children's lunches & my handbag for when-hunger-strikes next.
  A tip for getting little ones to eat healthy foods - tell them their favourite toys eat them, nom nom nom, like our Love Monsters here, they gobble down Simply Fruit Bars by the box!! It's how i got my children eat onions - Shrek!!  FYI my children styled these product shots, including Blip the Robot photobombing.  Did they nail the 'money shot'??  I have a new respect for packaged food product photography & styling. 
  My children even suggested they'd be cool at a picnic & in party favour/ lolly bags!!
Now for the official word: product talk byNuffNang = i was sent an item to review, no payment, just talking with my mouth full . . . of Simply Fruit Bars!!  Thanks for listening, love Posie


My Beautiful World said...

Hi Posie thanks for sharing this information I’m always looking for something quick but healthy for my grandchildren when we are out and about. Your children did an awesome job on the props and photos tell them Congrats from me!

Always Wendy

Kek said...

Ha! They were a little TOO good... After scoffing two of them in no time at all, I gave the rest of mine to my husband to take to work. :)

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