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|Producers UK - Mornflake|
Crewe, Cheshire CW2 6HP, England
Tel: +44 (0)1270 213261
Fax: +44 (0)1270 500291
Website: Mornflake Organic
You can use oats for cakes, biscuits, savouries and sweets, as well as for traditional breakfast recipes. You can even use them for thickening soups and sauces.
Mornflake oats contain 13% protein, so they're an excellent source of energy. As well as the necessary vitamins and minerals for healthy growth including calcium, iron, thiamin and vitamin E.
So Mornflake oats not only taste good, they may do you good too.
Mornflake were founded in 1675 when we began milling Oats in South Cheshire, where we are still based today.
Oats were used as the very first breakfast cereal and in those far off days whole grain cereals were the major source of nutrition, providing a healthy diet for our ancestors. Most people now realise that these health giving properties are as important today as they ever were.
Drawing on over 300 years of milling experience it's no wonder that we are able to produce what is probably the finest range of Oat cereals available today. Much of our grain is "Contract grown" on specially selected farms throughout the United Kingdom and by placing these Contracts we are helping to conserve this important crop as an essential part of the agricultural economy.
Creation date : 14/02/2009 @ 09:16
Last update : 06/06/2009 @ 19:37
Category : Producers UK
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