Wednesday, 13 October 2010

Cheestrings Spaghetti Review

Paige was very happy when I told her I was about to review new Cheestrings Spaghetti, its strange how a food can taste the same, but just change the shape or size and it instantly appeals to the fun side of us all.
Conor does not eat cheese in any shape or form and I have tried to tempt him but no he hates it, strange but true.

I have had a challenge through my children's childhood to keep snacks healthy. Its very easy to offer crisps, sweets and biscuits when they come home from school needing that energy hit, but I always have tried to keep lots of "good snacks" as I want them to be fit all their lives.
Paige does not drink milk overly so still liking her to have calcium, Cheestrings are ideal as they are made with a 200ml glass of milk. They also are mild, not my first choice when choosing a cheese, but for children that's what they tend to prefer. They get into the mature cheeses and Stilton later in life.

This fantastic new fun cheese snack is perfect for the lunchbox as each one is made with a glass of fresh milk so they are 100% natural with absolutely no artificial colours, additives or preservatives.

Cheestrings Spaghetti are not only a great source of calcium for kids, they’re a great way to liven up a lunch box. They can be stretched, twisted, rolled, plaited and even strung making them an exciting lunchtime snack. If kids are struggling for inspiration then each pack is numbered and contains different suggestions of creative ways to eat the Cheestrings Spaghetti.

Compared to the traditional sources of a glass of milk or a block of cheese, Cheestrings Spaghetti will capture kids’ imagination by making lunch break and eating dairy more fun. Spaghetti is a favourite meal for most kids and Cheestrings is the ultimate lunchbox win so combined they are an unbeatable combination.

Emily Pickard, Cheestrings Brand Manager commented “We know that kids love Cheestrings and with the launch of Cheestrings Spaghetti we are really excited about livening up kids lunchboxes once more. Parents have a really tough job in finding a variety of different nutritious snacks for the lunchbox, but that they know their kids will actually eat; Cheestrings Spaghetti gives them a great option and one which kids will love.”

Having launched this August, Cheestrings Spaghetti is available in packs of six. Each individual pack contains 21g of spaghetti cheese so all parents need do is tear off an individual to put into their child’s lunchbox. Each pouch then has an easy open tear so kids can easily enjoy Cheestrings spaghetti at school.

Each Cheestrings is made from a 200ml glass of fresh milk

Cheestrings Spaghetti launched this August at an RRP of £2.29 for a pack of six.
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1 comment:

  1. My daughter has been after these...after reading your review I might give them a try! I like the idea of plaited cheese :)