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Spelt Flakes

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Spelt Flakes

Light, toasty, whole-grain spelt.

Spelt Flakes. First, the crackly crunch. Then, the taste: toasty and nutty. Each flake is one grain of natural spelt, simply steamed, rolled and lightly toasted. This rare approach yields a rare flavour and texture. And let’s not forget the healthful inner riches of fibre and protein, immunity enhancing and digestion friendly. No added anythings, so you can add your own choice of sweet somethings.
£2.99 300 g
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Whole-grain spelt (100%)

Nutrition*per servingper 100g
Energy119.7 kcal342 kcal
507.6 kJ1450kJ
of which sugars0.2g0.5g
of which saturates0.2g0.5g

*35g Spelt Flakes


Contains Spelt. Made in a facility which handles nuts.



Whole Grain

No Added Salt

High Fibre



No Artificial Anythings

Delicacy in a dish: pour your favourite milk all over a spelty heap. That’s it.

Sweet as you like: add figs and honey, banana and maple syrup, or a handful of fresh berries.

Contrast crunchy and soft: sprinkle Spelt Flakes on Bircher muesli, stuff them into a chewy breakfast bar, and give creamy cheesecakes a crispy edge. These and other recipes are at:


Can’t believe I found these delicious Spelt Flakes. Mixed with seeds and nuts they start my day, every day.

– Caroline

Your Spelt Flakes are the best cereal ever. They taste good and I know they are doing me some good. Thank you Rude Health for being different and following the courage of your convictions.

– Sally Griffin

This is the only cereal that is pure and tastes great. Many thanks, much appreciated!

– Corrine

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