Organix Punk’d up for review


Organix Punk'd Oaty Bars up for review on top parenting blog Mostly Yummy Mummy

I was always a big fan of Organix baby food when my lot were little. I didn’t used to leave the house without an emergency packet of Carrot Stix tucked away in my baby bag! So when they got in touch to tell me about their new range of oaty bars with big kids in mind, I couldn’t wait to give them a try.

Organix Punk’d are a new no junk snack suitable for older kids aged 5-11 years. Research shows that parents are struggling to find good snacks for children as they grow up and are being forced to make a choice, to enforce health or save the battle on snacks. I’m sure many of us with older kids can sympathise! In response to this, Organix Punk’d is the snack food with attitude that rebels against junk with real ingredients, great taste and absolutely nothing else! It’s wrapped up in bold and bright packets so it’s cool enough for kids to eat, and for the parents the No Junk Promise offers reassurance of good food, with organic ingredients and no junk.

Organix Punk'd Oaty Bars up for review on top parenting blog Mostly Yummy Mummy

Punk’d oaty bars are soft baked, packed with real fruit and wholegrain oats and available in two tasty flavours – Cocoa & Orange Crash and Strawberry & Vanilla Smash. I have to say that both flavours were a huge hit with my kids. Each box contains six individually wrapped bars so perfect for on the go snacks or popping in a lunchbox.

Organix Punk’d are available now from ASDA priced at £2 RRP per box or you can find out more by visiting 

By Sarah Mostly - Mostly Yummy Mummy Blog - UK family and lifestyle blog

*For the purpose of this review I was kindly provided with press samples of these new Organix Punk’d snacks 

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