MadeGood - Vanilla Brown Rice Crisps Cereal, 284g

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MadeGood - Vanilla Brown Rice Crisps Cereal, 284g

Brand - Madegood
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Quick Description

MadeGood’s Vanilla Brown Rice Crisps Cereal is made from whole grain crisp brown rice, sweetened with cane sugar and a hint of vanilla. It’s heaven in a bowl!

Key Information

  • Organic
  • Nut Free
  • Contains the nutrients of one full serving of vegetables
  • Gluten-free
  • 130 calories per 30g portion

Product Overview

With just 130 calories per 30g serving and all the nutrients found in a serving of vegetables, this whole-grain crispy brown rice is a healthy way to start the day. This granola is also safe for almost all diets, as it’s created in a dedicated facility free from nuts, soy, wheat, gluten, dairy, eggs, sesame, fish and shellfish, as well as being vegan, which we love.

And on top of all this, it’s delicious too! The vanilla flavour of this cereal is comforting without being sickly, and there is just enough sweetness to make a bowlful feel like an indulgent treat. Here at PlantX, we especially love this cereal with coconut milk, as we think the vanilla harmonises with the creamy coconut flavours perfectly. 

Prepare to become addicted, this cereal should not be restricted to breakfast time alone, we really could eat this all day long!


Whole grain crisp brown rice, cane sugar syrup, cane sugar, sunflower oil, molasses, vegetable powder (spinach, broccoli, carrots, tomatoes, beets, shiitake mushrooms), vanilla flour, sea salt. 

Frequently Asked Questions

What is MadeGood doing to be sustainable?

MadeGood is ‘BCorp’ certified, meaning it has passed various rigorous social and environmental performance standards geared towards using profits and growth for the good of the planet. It is also committed to zero waste, fighting climate change and 100% recyclable packaging, and outlines its progress in an annual sustainability report, which is available to the public.