Jogobella Muesli
Strawberry & banana

Jogobella Muesli
Raspberry & pineapple

Jogobella Muesli
Grapes & figs

Jogobella Muesli
Apple & pear

Strawberry & banana Strawberry & banana

Jogobella Muesli Strawberry & banana

A perfect breakfast with extra-large strawberry & banana chunks and high-fibre muesli.

Raspberry & pineapple Raspberry & pineapple

Jogobella Muesli Raspberry & pineapple

A perfect breakfast with extra-large raspberry & pineapple chunks and high-fibre muesli.

Grapes & figs Grapes & figs

Jogobella Muesli Grapes & figs

A perfect breakfast with extra-large grapes & fig chunks and high-fibre muesli.

Apple & pear Apple & pear

Jogobella Muesli Apple & pear

A perfect breakfast with extra-large apple & pear chunks and high-fibre muesli.

Strawberry & banana

Strawberry & banana

Raspberry & pineapple

Raspberry & pineapple

Grapes & figs

Grapes & figs

Apple & pear

Apple & pear

Strawberry & banana

100g of the product contains on average:
Calorific value
450 kJ / 107 kcal
Fat
2.9 g
- of which saturates
1.7 g
Carbohydrate
15.1 g
- of which sugar
13.9
Protein
3.8 g
Salt
0.13 g

Strawberry & banana

Available packaging:

150 g

Strawberry & banana

Strawberries have always had a reputation for being an aphrodisiac. With their red colour and heart shapes, they became a symbol of Venus, the Greek goddess of love. In France, there was even a tradition of serving strawberry soup to newlyweds. The first garden strawberries were produced 300 years ago in France thanks to King Louis XIV, a well-known admirer of the fruit. Strawberries originated through cross-breeding of the Virginian and Chilean woodland berries.

A banana contains the same amount of magnesium as a handful of nuts! It boosts our memory and has a positive effect on the nervous system. The banana takes its name from an Arabic word meaning a "finger". This has to do with its shape and size, as originally bananas were very small.

Raspberry & pineapple

100g of the product contains on average:
Calorific value
450 kJ / 107 kcal
Fat
2.9 g
- of which saturates
1.7 g
Carbohydrate
15.1 g
- of which sugar
13.9 g
Protein
3.8 g
Salt
0.13 g

Raspberry & pineapple

Available packaging:

150 g

Raspberry & pineapple

Filipinos hang raspberry branches above doors to protect their homes from evil spirits. The delicious raspberry known from our gardens is a priceless treasure trove of exquisite flavours, vitamins and minerals. Although the fruit has been known since prehistoric times, Europeans started cultivating it only in the Middle Ages.

Pineapples grow out of the ground, from a leafy stem. The tropical fruit is a rich source of many vitamins and minerals. The plant was first brought to Europe by Christopher Columbus. Although it can be cultivated in pots, it only bears fruit once every three years. So it is much easier to find in Jogobella products!

Grapes & figs

100g of the product contains on average:
Calorific value
466 kJ / 110 kcal
Fat
2.9 g
- of which saturates
1.7 g
Carbohydrate
16.1 g
- of which sugar
14.8 g
Protein
3.8 g
Salt
0.15 g

Grapes & figs

Available packaging:

150 g

Grapes & figs

Grape leaves are edible. They can be an interesting replacement for cabbage leaves in golabki, or cabbage rolls . And when you put them in bathwater, they have a  soothing, relaxing effect on your body and mind. Grapes have been among the Top 10 most-popular fruits in the world for many many years...

The Romans believed that figs improved immunity in the body. Young men ate them to be stronger, young women to boost their fertility, and the elderly to stay in good shape, look younger and to reduce wrinkles. Figs might have been  the first fruit cultivated by people. They date back to at least prehistoric times.

Apple & pear

100g of the product contains on average:
Calorific value
466 kJ / 110 kcasl
Fat
2.9 g
- of which saturates
1.7 g
Carbohydrate
16.1 g
- of which sugar
14.8 g
Protein
3.8 g
Salt
0.15 g

Apple & pear

Available packaging:

150 g

Apple & pear

The apple hasn't always been a snack. Originally, it was used as a medicine, with its high content of health-promoting substances and vitamins. Wild apple trees originated in China and Central Asia, and from that region they travelled to Europe, finding perfect conditions for growth.

Due to their high content of boron, pears stimulate the functioning of the human brain. The mouth-watering sweet pear has been known to people for thousands of years. While Homer  mentioned the fruit in the "Odyssey", Julius Caesar passionately cultivated it in his garden.