Organix Goodies Banana Soft Oaty Bars – a review

Organix Goodies Banana Soft Oay BarsYou may remember that we reviewed a range of Organix goodies last year.  I’ve been a big fan of the brand since I started weaning Monkey in 2010, and he still loves the Goodies range of snack, especially the Organic Oaty Bars.  I was really looking forward to seeing what he’d make of the new Organix Goodies Banana Soft Oaty Bars.

Organix Goodies Banana Soft Oaty BarsAs with the other Oaty Bar flavours, the Banana bars come on boxes of 6 x 30g bars and are aimed at children from 12 months upwards.  The ‘no junk promise’ means the bars are full of whoegrain oats, the organic fruit juice concentrate contains no added processed sugars or any other unnecessary additives.

Organix Goodies Banana Soft Oaty Bars

These Organix Goodies Banana Soft Oaty Bars organic oats, raisins, apple juice and dried bananas.  As banana is Monkey’s favourite fruit, I just knew these bars would be a big hit.

Organix Goodies Banana Soft Oaty Bars

Needless to say, they haven’t touched the sides!  One very happy Monkey.

The Organix Goodies Banana Soft Oaty Bars are such a great size for a lunch or snack box and I’ve always got one in my handbag when we’re out and about.  Priced around £2.49 for a box of 6 bars, you can find them in all of the main supermarkets.  They get a big thumbs up from Monkey.


You might also like to know that you and your children can have fun with special Little Explorer Adventure packs of Organix Goodies products this summer!  You can also see them at family festivals across the UK and they will be stopping at a local supermarket near you.

You can catch the Goodies explore tour at the River Cottage Food Fair, Kent County Show, The 3 Foot People Festival, Festival on the Farm and The Big Feastival (dates and locations below). There is also the chance for mums and dads to request a visit for the chance to get the Goodies explore tour to pop up at their little ones birthday party, local village fete or special event.

River Cottage Food Festival, Dorset 24-26th May 2014
The 3 Foot People Festival, Essex 24th–26th
Kent County Show 11th–13th
Festival on the Farm, Norfolk 26th July 2014
The Big Feastival, Oxfordshire 29th

The Goodies explore tour will travel the country between May and September and will feature a range of fun activities for little explorers:

Interactive game to encourage toddlers to explore the wonders of nature.  Ideas for exploring the world of grow your own. Inspiring ways to get fussy eaters to explore the taste, texture, shape and colour of food.  A chance for frantic scribblers and doodlers to explore their creative side on chalkboards.  A free Goodies explorer bag for every little explorer to take home.

Look out for the special Goodies on pack promotion on selected foods in store from mid June 2014 where you can claim an explorers’ pack – full of fun and imaginative activities for parents to do with their toddler.  Each pack contains a wall chart and stickers to record and reward their adventures, a special explorer badge, seeds to grow their own food and much more. You can find out more here.

disclaimer:  we were sent the item mentioned in exchange for an honest review.

About over40andamumtoone

I’m a first time, full time Mum in my 40′s. I had a busy life in Export Sales before my Monkey came along, but decided to become a stay at home Mum once he arrived. We’ve had a busy 3 years so far, but now as Monkey has started pre-school I’ve decided to start a blog about our journey and experiences from here on in. We also have a kitten called Brewster who will be making appearances and I’m a mad Ferrari F1 fan, so am sure that will slip in to the blog too. We love reviewing toys, games and books and would love the opportunity to look at anything that fits in with our family lifestyle. We are always out and about and offering an insight on the places we visit. If you like what you read please leave me a comment, I love to hear from people, and always try to reply. Enjoy the read.
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8 Responses to Organix Goodies Banana Soft Oaty Bars – a review

  1. I like Goodies, too, and my kids enjoy them and love bananas, so I can see these being a hit!
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  2. Mummy of Two says:

    I do like the Organix range but do find them a little pricey so tend to stock up when they are on offer!
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  3. Mummy Says says:

    We are big fans of Organix in our house too. I think I might try these for Milin. He’s so fussy but these could be a hit! Thank you for the review x
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  4. Donna says:

    We’ve had these in the past for LP and LM and both love them – Any oaty bars are a winner here! x
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