Berkeley Vale, New South Wales
Coeliacs can still enjoy Weet-Bix for breakfast, following Sanitarium’s launch of a gluten-free version made with sorghum.
We are committed to ensuring there is no risk of gluten contamination in the manufacturing of Gluten-Free Weet-Bix.
“Gluten-Free Weet-Bix looks and tastes very similar to Weet-Bix Original, and is also low in sugar,” says accredited practising dietitian Trish Guy. “It is made with sorghum grains which are naturally gluten-free and has a 96 per cent wholegrain content.”
Over the past six months, Sanitarium has recommissioned an entire Perth-based Weet-Bix factory into a dedicated gluten-free manufacturing site.
“We are committed to ensuring there is no risk of gluten contamination in the manufacturing of Gluten-Free Weet-Bix,” says general manager Todd Saunders.
Gluten-Free Weet-Bix is certified gluten-free by Coeliac Australia and New Zealand.
It is available in Coles supermarkets and will soon be appearing in Woolworths and IGA stores.