How much sugar in Weet-Bix?
Weet-Bix is a low sugar product with only 2.8% sugar. This is around 1/5th of a teaspoon per 30g serve (2 biscuits).
Is Weet-Bix a wholegrain cereal?
Yes, Weet-Bix contains 97% wholegrain wheat. One 30g serve of Weet-Bix contributes 60% towards the Grains and Legumes Nutrition CouncilTM 48g Wholegrain Daily Target Intake.
Why is 375g Weet-Bix being made in Australia?
Our 375g Weet-Bix range used to be manufactured in Christchurch. When our Christchurch factory was destroyed by the earthquake back in 2011, Australia offered to step in and help us. Although we would have loved to shift all manufacturing to Auckland, our factory is running at full capacity. With the support of Australia manufacturing we are able to keep Weet-Bix in stock. Weet-Bix 375g is made in a factory where soy products are also produced and therefore it now contains a ‘May contain soy’ statement on the pack. No other Weet-Bix products are affected.
Where does the wheat come from?
Is Weet-Bix GM-free?
We have a GM-free policy, if you would like to find out more about this you can visit www.sanitarium.co.nz/about-us/our-promise
Will Weet-Bix sponsor my team/charity/cause/club?
Sanitarium does support selective projects with an active community focus. To check out our criteria and to contact our sponsorship team please visit www.sanitarium.co.nz/community/community-support-and-sponsorship
What is Gluten Free Weet-Bix made from?
Gluten Free Weet-Bix is made from the ancient grain sorghum, which is naturally wheat and gluten free.
Is this product truly gluten free/is there any chance of cross contamination?
Our Gluten Free Weet-Bix is made in a gluten free dedicated factory in Perth to ensure there is no chance of cross contamination with our wheat products. Our product has the Coeliac Society endorsement.
Where can I find it?
In major supermarkets nationwide.
How much sugar is in Gluten Free Weet-Bix?
There is 1.1g per serve which equals about a quarter of a teaspoon per two biscuit serving. There is 3.5g of sugar per 100g.
Since it’s gluten free, does it mean that it has been highly processed?
Gluten Free Weet-Bix is minimally processed – wholegrains are cooked, flattened in a mill and baked in an oven – one of the least processed packaged foods. It is gluten free – not from processing but because we use an ancient grain, Sorghum, which is naturally gluten free.