This is Familia's Original Recipe Swiss Muesli. It's described on the box as "mixed cereals with fruit and nuts."
The first three ingredients listed on the side panel are oat flakes, apple flakes and wheat flakes.
Familia also produces a "No Sugar Added" version of this cereal.
Company Description: The Familia Company is based in Sachsein Switzerland where they have been been a leading producer of authentic Swiss Muesli for almost 50 years. They describe themselves as "the premier cereal maker in Switzerland" and "expert at blending the finest cereal grains with... Read on and see all cereals from Familia
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Comments About This Cereal
What do you think of Swiss Muesli?
Overall Average Rating = 5 (out of 5)
I first encountered Muesli on a trip to Zurich in the early 70's. I have been a faithful user ever since, growing addicted to its non crunchy, not so sweet, healthful, enjoyable breakfast. I have also had it for lunch and dinner adding fresh fruits, apples bananas, blueberries, strawberries, what ever is in my fridge. I like to let it sit in milk (I use almond) for a while before enjoying it. I have to say it is one of my favorite meals.
Comment submitted: 7/13/2012 (#8453)
I take Familia's a.c.e and guess this is the best money can buy. I start my day with a big piece of this and get nothing till noon. That's for 6 hrs. Believe me.
Comment submitted: 6/25/2010 (#2345)
By mrjgc (Team Breakfast Member)
Next to Cap'n Crunch - this is the Cereal I have gorged my self on to the greatest deelite!! The "heroin" of breakfast cereals, with lots of milk it makes a soupy, nutty, thick oaty concoction that needs no additional sugar - and is immensly satisfying.. I would often finish a 16OZ box in one setting. Genuinely can replace all human needs for sex, companionship, hot food ;-) Dries to a nice concrete inside your bowl, excellent for the digestion! Usually at health stores...
Worth every penny, just had some now! JC, Venice CA
Comment submitted: 5/29/2010 (#2206)