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– Tested by kids, loved by everyone –

When we were approached by Fruit Heroes to tell Entertain the Kids about the new Fruit Heroes Fruit Bars we were keen to put them to the test with my children William (age 5) and Georgina (age 13).

I opened a bar of each flavour and cut them into pieces into separate bowls – the plan for them to taste them and tell me "what flavour they are".

It was a definitely "I'm not going there" by my 13yr old but William was keen to get "stuck in to some sweeties".

His initial reaction was "Yum Yum YUMMY" but the question "which flavour do you like best" didn't work because I noticed he had them in his hands and we couldn't distinguish which was which.

Shortly afterwards however, he decided he didn't like them at all… 4 clean bowls say different…!!!

So, as suggested in the information provided by Fruit Heroes – the fruit bars can be used in cooking – so we gave them a go and they went down a storm both with William and some of his friends – well what kid doesn't like cakes & cookies ?

You can find links to the recipes below for your convenience.

The "official" information :

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Creating products that have natural and healthy ingredients at their heart, Fruit Heroes fruit bars are the perfectly delicious snack, which celebrate the fresh flavours and goodness of fruit. Dedicated to quality and taste with a big love for fruit, Fruit Heroes source only the best natural ingredients from around the world for its inspiringly delicious and nutritious recipes.

Several dietary studies show that children receive some of their daily energy from eating between meals – which makes good sense. Your child needs several smaller meals during the day, to make sure the energy level, mood, concentration and learning ability is at its best.

Fruit Heroes fruit bars can count as one of your “five a day”, proving that snacks and treats can be sweet and satisfying but also part of a balanced diet. Healthy in between meal snacks ensure a good and regular energy input and reduce the child’s desire for food that contains a lot of fat and added sugar. Nutritious bites in between meals can also help avoid childhood obesity whilst providing the energy your children need for fun and games, sporting activities and homework.

Making good stuff great, Fruit Heroes is all about giving the goodness of fruit to kids in an exciting and appealing way. Created using only the finest ingredients (and lots of love and care!), to offer a unique range, which is full of variety and flavour that’s tempting to all – not just kids! The bars come in four fruitilicious flavours: Strawberry, Blackcurrant, Banana and Apple & Raspberry.

When you buy Fruit Heroes fruit bars, you can always be guaranteed that the products have:

−    No added sugar
−    No added colourings
−    No added preservatives
−    No sulphur dioxide
−    No gluten or diary
−    Not been cooked or baked
−    Naturally high fibre content
−    Natural ingredients

Fruit Heroes fruit bars are the natural choice, anytime of the day. The range is wonderfully convenient as the products are perfect for lunchboxes, travelling and in-between meal snacks. The bars are even a home-baking favourite with recipe hints and tips available online at

The fun stuff – recipes :

William and I decided to try out some of the recipes suggested by Fruit Heroes – the Granola Bars were yummi and the Fruit Pop Cakes were fun to make but William didn't fancy the others.  We also used them with oats as a healthy topping to stewed fruit to make a crumble – but we used strawberries to provide natural sweetness to the fruit rather than sugar – RESULT !

Fruit Heroes Granola Bars

Granola recipe

Oatmeal Balls

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Fruit Heroes Muesli

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Fruit Pop Cakes

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Where can I buy mine?

Available now from Tesco, Holland & Barrett, Tree of Life, One Stop, Amazon and selected health stores in convenient 20g single bars and five-bar multi-packs.

Contact us :

For further information on the Fruit Heroes range please visit their website
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* ISO 22000 is a food specific standard that focuses on food safety, while BRC is a British standard.

Written by : Sharon Steed
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