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Organix Punk'd: The New Kids' Snack Food With Attitude

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With three kids in the house I'm pretty familiar with the offerings of Organix, the UK's number one toddler snack food brand. It goes without saying that my handbag is never complete without a packet of their Apple Rice Cakes or Sweetcorn Rings for Heidi to snack on if she gets hungry. Although aimed at toddlers,  my older two are often found rooting through my bag for the Sweetcorn Rings in particular and my 6 year old has been known to sneak a Banana Soft Oaty Bar to bed with him!

They were really pleased to hear about Organix new range of healthy snacks aimed at over 5's -  Organix Punk'd. Punk'd is kicking off with two cereal bars which we got to sample - with the promise of more snacks coming in the near future.

Punk'd Oaty Bars are soft baked, packed with real fruit and wholegrain oats and come in two tasty flavours - Cocoa & Orange Crash and Strawberry & Vanilla Smash. You'll find fewer ingredients in these bars than in many other kids snacks and absolutely no flavourings or colourings. My kids seem to be constantly hungry and these are a fantastic healthier alternative to cookies and cake! There's nothing wrong with cookies and cake of course but when you realise your son has eaten 10 homemade cookies in one day you start to worry a bit. They are also easily transportable and I'll be taking a few to Leopalooza tomorrow - a local music festival, hoping they will stave off the kids hunger pangs whilst we listen to some bands.

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Every box contains 6 individually wrapped bars with an RRP of £2 and are available initially from Ocado and Amazon. Judging by the number of bars that have disappeared from the cupboard, they get a definite thumbs up from my lot.

Disclosure: This is a collaborative post with Organix

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