Monday, 27 February 2012

Sweetcorn Bites from Barfoot Foods

I was given the opportunity by 
  from a link with Brit mums to sample some of the new sweetcorn bites from Barfoot foods.

Bob tucking into his.
 These are describes as

Each bag contains eight bite size pieces, which can be microwaved in the bag for added convenience, cooked on the stove or even eaten raw. The product has been developed with both child and family snacking in mind. 
The Bites are 100% natural and grown with love on the UK’s Barfoots of Botleys’ farms.
We have just secured listings in Tesco and Waitrose stores nationwide, along with online retailer, Ocado

over on their website here.

Now this suits us fine, guaranteed to be wheat/egg/gluten/dairy free - what more could we ask for I thought.  
Fifi munching her sweetcorn

Lovingly made on a working farm in Sussex, Sweetcorn Bites are the perfect healthy snack. Packed with goodness, they’re great for all sorts of occasions from kids’ teatime treats to serious side dishes and more.
Harvested in the sunshine for a delicious taste of summer, these fresh little niblets are full of good stuff. Completely natural and with nothing artificial added, they’re a brilliant source of nutrition, containing carotenoids, vitamins A, B3 and C, plus Folic Acid, fibre, carbohydrates, sugars and protein for energy.
What’s more, we’re pretty sure they’re the finest finger-sucking cobs out there, so why have canned or frozen when fresh is the best?
  • 100% Natural & Fresh from the Farm
  • No artificial ingredients
  • No GMO, Nuts or Gluten
I must admit we all love sweetcorn and I eat it straight from the garden as when they are that fresh they do not need cooking. So when these came out I had to try 1 straight from the pack, and must admit they were beautiful.Sweet juicy and so full of flavour.

We we duly popped a bag into the microwave as instructed added a spoonful of water and cooked them as instructed. Well as you will see on Bobs plate he ate them first, hadn't even started the rest of his tea.

We also froze two of the packets we were sent out, just to see how they faired, but they were still edible raw once defrosted and lost none of their taste or structure either.

These are ideal for people like my grandson, something that can be thrown in a pack lunch box or tossed in the car for a journey as they will remain uncontaminated whilst still wrapped.

We received this product in return for this review, but the finding are an honest reflection of our findings.

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