Nairns Astrobites zooming off the shelves at Waitrose

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AstroBites_Group_290314 copyPacking a school lunch box can be a real nightmare – parents are constantly striving for the best food whilst healthy options are not always popular with youngsters.

With this in mind, Nairns have launched ‘Astro Bites’, a delicious new snack. They claim to be the healthier way to fuel kids through their day as they are made with wholegrain oats, fruit pieces and contain a whopping 40% less sugar than the average children’s biscuit. Each mini bag contains a mix of 6 types of biscuit: Astrod the friendly alien, Captain Astro who is the best pilot in the fleet, a rocket, a U.F.Oat, a star and a planet.

In their brightly coloured, eye catching packaging, youngsters will definitely be asking for these in their lunch box – and they taste fantastic too as the cranberries provide enough natural sweetness to satisfy any sweet tooth.

Suitable for vegetarians, they are also free from artificial colours, flavours and preservatives, wheat free, contain no hydrogenated fat, are a good source of fibre – and at only 104 calories per bag they’re sure to have health conscious adults reaching for them.

Astro Bites are available in boxes containing 5 mini bags and are currently zooming from the shelves at Waitrose, Asda and independent health food stores.

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