The initiative could see 200 tonnes of plastic diverted from landfill every year.
Weet-Bix Little Kids Essentials is the result of two years of development, input from 1200 parents and reviews from 145 dietitians.
Hundreds of pallets of Weet-Bix, UP&GO and So Good have been donated and distributed across NSW and Victoria.
A small group of Adventists decided to make a difference for the drought-ravaged communities of South Queensland.
As a businessman and a leader, George Thomas Chapman was “head and shoulders above the rest”.
More Aussie kids will have an opportunity to be part of the next TRYathlon series, with three events to be run in NSW for the first time.
Soccer legend Tim Cahill visited Auburn Seventh-day Adventist School to promote the Weet-Bix Kids TRYathlon.
Happy birthday Weet-Bix!
Three special birthdays are making 2018 a big year for Sanitarium!
Sanitarium has pledged to donate up to one million serves of Weet-Bix during the month of July as part of the Foodbank Shop & Share campaign.
More than 30 employees from the Sanitarium Cooranbong factory have assumed new roles elsewhere within the company.
Weet-Bix ranked number one ahead of six other leading products in the 2017 Reader’s Digest Most Trusted Brands survey.