• Health food company Sanitarium’s flagship Weet-Bix brand has launched the latest iteration of its popular Weet-Bix Bites – now available in the flavour Coco Crunch.
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    Health food company Sanitarium’s flagship Weet-Bix brand has launched the latest iteration of its popular Weet-Bix Bites – now available in the flavour Coco Crunch. Source: Sanitarium
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Health food company Sanitarium’s flagship Weet-Bix brand has launched the latest iteration of its popular Weet-Bix Bites – now available in the flavour Coco Crunch.

The Weet-Bix brand has been around since 1928, and the original recipe is still largely used to create the 100 per cent Australian owned and made product. The company is still innovating upon this formula to keep things interesting, with the Weet-Bix Bites being one of the new formats.

Featuring bite sized Weet-Bix with tasty chocolate pieces, the Weet-Bix Bites are packed with wholegrains, fibre, and protein, and toasted for the perfect crunch.

The company specifies the inclusion of iron and B vitamins “to help kickstart your day”. It also says that one bowl of Weet-Bix Bites Coco Crunch provides over 60 per cent of daily whole grain requirements, based on the whole grain Daily Target Intake.

Coco Crunch joins a flavour range that currently features Honey Crunch, Wild Berry, and Apricot Crunch, to get the perfect crunchy start to the day.

The Weet-Bix Bites Coco Crunch flavour, along with the rest of the range, is currently available in Woolworths for RRP $6.00.

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