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At SHREDDED WHEAT, we’re all about helping people live life to the full. Because we believe that fuelled with 100% whole grain SHREDDED WHEAT you won’t just ‘do’ life, you’ll #Shred it.
Shredded Wheat - 100% Wheat, 100% British
Get on the fast track every morning with a bowl of SHREDDED WHEAT. Our delicious cereals are made with 100% wholegrain to help you kick start your day.
Our breakfast classic is made with just one natural ingredient – crisp, delicious wholegrain wheat. A simple and delicious way to fuel your day, so you can give your 100% to everything you do.
Sown, grown and ripened on farms in Britain. Endorsed by Red Tractor.
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#Shredded is all about getting out there and having a go.
Whatever you do, from the big to the small, the mundane to the amazing, fuelled with 100% whole grain SHREDDED WHEAT you’ll have life #Shredded.
Shredded Wheat: Reducing consumption of saturated fat contributes to the maintenance of normal blood cholesterol levels. Enjoy as part of a balanced diet and healthy lifestyle.
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