Probiotic Brekkie Balls are the latest addition to Food for Health’s portfolio as the new product looks to “take the fuss out of the morning rush”.

The 40-gram Brekkie Balls come in three flavours – Mango & Coconut; Cinnamon, Vanilla & Maple, and Blueberry & Vanilla. 

“I know how important healthy choices are for consumers, so my biggest priority when we were researching and creating the Probiotic Brekkie Ball range was to find a way to keep sugar to a minimum,” said Food for Health founder Narelle Plapp.

“Dates have a very high natural sugar content, so instead we’ve made the Brekkie Balls using Aussie-grown oats as the base ingredient. As a result, each Brekkie Ball contains less than five grams of sugar.”

Low in sugar, the Brekkie Balls are also FODMAP-friendly for those with dietary considerations.

The new range is now available in Coles and independent supermarkets for RRP $12.00 per five-pack.

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