Sunfeast Farmlite Vs. Britannia Nutri Choice: The Better Oat Cookies

We picked the two best-selling Oats cookies in the market to find out the healthier one. This is a face-off between Sunfeast Farmlite Oats Fibre and Britannia Nutri Choice Oat Cookies.

First, there were humble biscuits, then came cookies and over a period of time all that yumminess oozed over into hundreds of new flavors, variants, fillings, and toppings. Another undeniable trend in the snack industry is to create healthier versions of eatables. Baked chips, fiber-rich cookies, diet namkeen, to name a few. Oats cookies are an excellent example of this. Oats are known to be a storehouse of health benefits, and making healthy cookies with oats would mean combining the best of both worlds. We picked the two best-selling Oats cookies in the market to find out the healthier one. This is a face-off is between Sunfeast Farmlite Oats Fibre and Britannia Nutri Choice Oat Cookies.

Based on factors such as taste, and nutrition parameters such as high dietary fiber, no added sugars, and low calorific value we believe Britannia Nutri Choice Oat Cookies is a better, and healthier choice.

Nutricoice Fibre Oats Biscuits

Britannia Nutri Choice – Cookies (Oats) Biscuits, 150 g Carton

The less sugar content in Britannia’s Nutri Choice essentials oat cookies is a great alternative if you are looking to cut down your daily sugar consumption and looking for something healthy.

Price: Rs 60 *Price at the time of review

Here’s Why Nutri Choice Essentials Is Mishry’s TOP PICK:

Let’s first talk about the taste: We found Britannia Nutri Choice Oats Cookies to be better-tasting than its contender (Sunfeast Farmlite Oats Cookies). Honestly, we hoped it would taste better, but this is a category where health trumps taste. This is not to say that Britannia Nutri Choice Oats Cookies taste bad, but let’s just say there are tastier cookies out there. Of course, those may not be as healthy. You can see pieces of almonds on the surface, and these little bits add a nice crunch. The cookies are thicker and less crumbly than digestive biscuits. There is adequate crunch and bite in them.

 Sunfeast Farmlite Vs. Britannia Nutri Choice: The Better Oat Cookies
Nutri Choice Oats Cookies: You can see pieces of almonds on the surface, and these little bits add a nice crunch.

Nutrition Quotient: Britannia Nutri Choice Oats Cookies have lower sugar content and are diabetic-friendly. It has no added sugar, and contains artificial sweetener, as a matter of fact. At 9.6gms per 100gms, Britannia Nutri Choice Oats Cookies have a higher fiber content as compared to Sunfeast Farmlite, which contains 6.7g of dietary fiber per 100gms. Fiber plays an important role in our diet; a snack rich in fiber is a prerequisite for diabetes management, as it prevents a sudden spike in blood sugar levels. High-fiber foods typically have low Glycemic Indices, meaning the release of energy is also gradual. It would also keep you feeling full for longer.

The Contenders

 Sunfeast Farmlite Vs. Britannia Nutri Choice: The Better Oat Cookies
Britannia Nutrichoice Vs. Sunfeast Farmlite: The Healthier Oats Cookies

Sunfeast Farmlite

Specially made with aashirvaad atta, which constitutes over 35.3% of these cookies.

A 150 g box contains eight packages, each containing two cookies, weighing 18.75 g and having 90.75 Kcal per package.

The whole pack contains about 33.15g of sugar.

It is best before six months of packaging.

It contains naturally identical flavoring as well as artificial flavoring.

Sunfeast Farmlite Oats Digestives is high in protein as well as magnesium. Both of these nutrients are quite important when it comes to proper muscle functioning.

Britannia Nutrichoice

Britannia is a well-known cookie brand, and it makes perfect sense that its Nutrichoice oat-filled cookies have become popular in no time. Britannia’s oat cookies are diabetic friendly as there is about 0% of added sugar, and they contain a significant amount of protein and fibers as well.

A 150 g box contains six packages, each containing three cookies, weighing 25 g and having 120 Kcal per package.

The whole pack contains about 3g of sugar, which makes it diabetic friendly.

It is best before five months of packaging.

It contains artificial sweeteners and is NOT recommended for children.

Information Sunfeast Farmlite Oats Fibre Digestive Cookies Britannia Nutrichoice Oat Cookies
Dietary Fiber 6.7 grams/ 100 grams 7 grams/ 100 grams
Carbohydrates- 65.3 grams 70 grams
   -Of which sugar 22.1 grams 3 grams (natural)
Protein 10.9 grams 19 grams
Energy 484 Kcal 483 Kcal
Fat 19.9 grams 19 grams
   -Of which saturated fats 9.6 grams 8.3 grams
Contains added flavors Yes Yes

The Conclusion

It is the low-sugar and high-fiber content of Britannia’s Nutri Choice Oast Cookies that make it a healthier option amongst the two. Its also better tasting and would certainly make for a diabetic-friendly snack when taken in controlled, regulated quantities.

Nutricoice Fibre Oats Biscuits

Britannia Nutri Choice – Cookies (Oats) Biscuits, 150 g Carton

The less sugar content in Britannia’s Nutri Choice essentials oat cookies is a great alternative if you are looking to cut down your daily sugar consumption and looking for something healthy.

Price: Rs 60

*Price at the time of review

If you do agree with our review, please give it a thumbs up! If you don’t, please tell us why! And, which one is your favorite from this list.

Food & Beverage is a constantly evolving segment with new categories of products being launched daily. Our endeavor here is to help shoppers buy better. Our reviews are unbiased and all samples used during the reviews were paid for by us. Read our entire ethics statement here.

Mishry.com - Reviews That Matter
breakfast-sandwich-makers-infographic-photo

Leave a Reply

Request A Review

Thank you
Our review team is on the job!

Love What We Do?

Tell Us What More To Review!