Brand or business name:
Please tell us about the product or company you would like the bloggers help with?
We would love to send you a selection of breakfast products from PERK!ER Foods, a brand new food company specialising in gloriously gluten & wheat free food. The breakfasts are nutritious and delicious, providing you with a perkier start to your day!
PERK!ER Flakes are made from organic brown rice and buckwheat, with a low GI they provide slow release energy to keep you fuller for longer. PERK!ER Red Berry Flakes have added freeze dried strawberry and raspberry pieces; PERK!ER Fruity Flakes have juicy raisins, cranberries and apple pieces. Both are made from all natural ingredients, have 3% or less fat and are a great source of fibre too.
PERK!ER Porridges are made from gluten free oats, they are made from all natural ingredients, are high in fibre and provide slow release energy to keep you fuller for longer. PERK!ER Fruity Berry Flakes have added juicy raisins, cranberries; PERK!ER Apple, cinnamon & raisin have juicy raisins, apple and a sprinkling of cinnamon (this product is available in an oat free variety too, made with millet and buckwheat flakes); PERK!ER Gingerbread porridge has big chunks of gingerbread and juicy raisins.. yum!
PERK!ER porridges are available in boxes, and make delicious fruity mueslis and are a great base for flapjacks and crumble toppings too (for recipes www.perkier.co.uk/recipes) ; and in pots perfect for on the go, just add hot water and they’re ready in two minutes.
The full PERK!ER breakfast range is suitable for vegetarians, and apart from the PERK!ER porridge pots, they are dairy free too.
What is the blogging assignment?
If you’d like to receive a selection of PERK!ER breakfast products to review, do let us know. All we ask is you update everyone on how you are eating (and hopefully) enjoying your PERK!ER breakfast range.
Do let us know if you’d like to get involved – and have a PERK!ER start to your day!
What type of blogs are you looking for?
We’re looking for suitable bloggers who are following a gluten and/ or wheat free diet, and potentially a dairy free diet too and would like to try our PERK!ER breakfasts. We’re happy to go cross-scape (we quite understand you could blog about football and be interested in gluten free food)… We just want to make sure you’ll share your findings, and get involved!
Preferred geographic location of the blogger:
How might you compensate the blogger?
Getting to keep the product
How else might you compensate the blogger?
The food will be yours to keep, and we’ll also share your link across our networks, and opportunities of further food reviews in the future. Do let us know if there is anything you don’t fancy trying though!
Assignment close date:
6 Sept 2013
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