As our products are made or prepared in store, they don’t have nutritional information on pack like our pre-pack products do. So instead, we’ve popped all this information on our website so it’s easy to find if you want to:
In addition most of our Market Street products also have nutrition information available in store - just ask a member of staff from the relevant department and they’ll be happy to help.
Our easy-to-spot nutrition icons show you whether our products are low in fat or a source of protein, for example, to help you identify healthier products at a glance .We use these icons across all our brands as well as our healthier eating range, NuMe.
For more information on what each nutritional claim means and the icons we use, go to: http://www.morrisons.co.uk/Recipes-and-Ranges/Our-food-ranges/NuMe/Nutritional-information/
We don’t label products as suitable for diabetics because the healthy eating advice for those with diabetes is the same for all of us. We’ve done this to follow recommendation from Diabetes UK, as some reduced sugar products such as cakes and chocolate bars can still be high in other things that aren’t necessarily healthy, like fat and saturated fat.
You can try Morrisons Free From range for products such as porridge pots and breakfast cereals. These products are a good source fibre, which most Coeliacs struggle to get enough of. And why not add a handful of fruit such as blueberries to your porridge to help you get your 5-a-day?
Pasta products in this range have been carefully tested to ensure they are free from gluten. You can make your own pasta sauce using fresh tomatoes, onions, garlic and other vegetables you love, such as mushrooms or peppers. Tomatoes and peppers are a source of Vitamin C, which helps keep your immune system in tip-top condition.
There are treats such as cakes and biscuits in our Free From range, like our other ranges. These are fine occasionally, enjoyed in the amounts recommended on pack.
You can find more about our Free From range by visiting: http://www.morrisons.co.uk/Recipes-and-Ranges/Our-food-ranges/Im-New/Free-From/
If you’re allergic to certain ingredients in food, it really is essential that you read the label on any pre-packed foods you’re thinking of buying to make sure it doesn’t contain the ingredient you’re trying to avoid, such as wheat. Even if you always buy the same product, the recipe may have been changed. All our labels show you an allergy advice box, which will direct you to the ingredients list where all allergens will be given in bold.
Please see Displaying Allergens for more information.