Yoghurt Raisins and Raisins are a delicious mixture of juicy raisins and yoghurt coated raisins.
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|Do Not Meet School Food Standards|
|Quantity||100 x 25g|
|Product of||Various Origins|
|Ingredients||Raisins (51%), yoghurt raisins (sugar, raisins (30%), non-hydrogenated vegetable oil, whey powder (MILK), lactose, yoghurt powder (MILK), citric acid, Emulsifier:
SOYA lecithin, glazing agent: gum arabic, vegetable protein: flavouring)
|Allergens||See ingredients in bold UPPERCASE|
|Warning: This product has been processed in a factory where PEANUTS, NUTS, SESAME, SOYA, MILK, EGG, MUSTARD, CELERY, SUPHITES & GLUTEN are also handled.|
|of which sugars||61.1g|
|of which saturated||9.8g|
|Note: The yoghurt coating is sweetened so this snack does not meet the school food standards and is recommended as an occasional treat.|
Yoghurt Raisins & Raisins do not meet the School Food Standards because they contain a small amount of added sugar in the yoghurt coating.
The School Food Standards state “some children in the UK aren’t getting enough iron, zinc and calcium in their diets to support their rapid growth”. The School Food Standards indicate dried raisins as a source of iron.
- helps to make red blood cells which carry oxygen around the body
- a lack of iron can lead to iron deficiency anaemia
Raisins are also a good source of:
- keeps your digestive system in good working order
- helps to build strong bones and teeth
- regulates muscle contractions, including heartbeat
- ensures blood clots normally