Fiona is the editor of Plantpuree. With over two decades of experience in the wellness and fashion sectors, plus a degree in philosophy, she brings a unique perspective to her editorial role at Plantpuree. Whether it’s discussing ethical issues around veganism or pushing for eco-friendly fashion choices, her thoughtful and analytical approach ensures that readers are empowered with accessible, reliable information and knowledge they can trust. She delights in unearthing exciting facts and figures that surprise even the most seasoned experts!
Estimated reading time: 2 minutes
Disclosure: Some of the links below are affiliated; we may earn a small commission if you click through and make a purchase. We only ever add brands & products we truly believe in. Thank you for supporting the brands who are making the world a better place!
Do you fancy a plant-based breakfast that is both delicious and healthy? Jordans Country Crisp Strawberry cereal is a great choice. This British cereal is made with clusters of oats and barley, strawberry, and coconut – making it a nutritious way to start your day. But is Jordans Country Crisp Strawberry vegan friendly? Keep reading to find out.
Table of Contents
Is Jordans Country Crisp Strawberry Vegan?
The answer from Jordans is NO if you are a strict vegan. Jordans Country Crisp Strawberry Vegan does not have any animal ingredients. However, there is a risk that other products which do have animal ingredients may contaminate the equipment. The risk is minimal, but it is still a possibility. (1)
Jordans Country Crisp Strawberry Ingredients
|Whole Grain Cereals 54% (Oat Flakes, Oat Flour)
Freeze Dried Strawberry Pieces (2.5%)
Jordans Country Crisp Strawberry Nutrition
Jordans Country Crisp Strawberry Calories Per 45g Serving – 195kcal
Of which sugar
Frequently Answered Questions
Jordans cereal bars are made in the UK, at their factory in Biggleswade, Bedfordshire. (2)
Jordans is owned by the British company and owner of brands such as Dorset Cereals and Primarks – Associated British Foods. (3)
(3) abf.co.uk/our-businesses/grocery – accessed 21st October 2022