Pretty much the same as regular weetbix
This is classic market segmentation - they taste exactly the same as regular weetbix. Same salt level, same sugar levels. The main benefit is that you get to feel a little chuffed because the ingredients are all certified organic. And you pay a little more for the certification by SAI Global - you can look up Sanitarium's certification on SAI Global's website. Well perhaps there might be lower residual chemical levels...but who knows? This comparison information with the regular product is not published. If you're into organic foods then you ne...ed to ensure you pour organic milk over your organic weetbix and enjoy a freshly squeezed glass of orange juice from your organic oranges to go with it. To summarise: the taste is the same, and I'm not convinced they are any healthier than the regular variety. If Sanitarium were really concerned about making this product healthy they would reduce the salt level from 290mg/100g to 120mg/100g as per heart foundation guidelines. It's Organic. Certified so. like most cereals it has too much added salt
Questions & Answers
,I would like to know the levels of glyphosate (weed killer) in 100g of each product from sanitarium, not whether is above or below Australian standards please? Weetbix is a particular favourite and reading recent published literature has me concerned, I eat Weetbix because I considered it a healthy choice.
I am concerned about the safety of the cereals consumed, is it free of glyphosate?
As is likely glyphosate is present, what does sanitarium do to minimize in its products?
Hope you can help me?
I don’t understand why you only ask in a review site instead of contacting the company directly. Lazy.. afraid ?
i would like to know if your gluten free weet bix are sprayed with glyphosate if so why? Sanitarium supposed to be a health food company we know that glyphosate is highly toxic
I also would like to know the answer to this as well, in the UK recent testing has put it above prescribed levels in products similar to those sold in Australia, Weetabix, a wheat based cereal where products like Roundup are used for weed control. Those levels maybe too high, the allowed levels have been subject to review?
A recent study has glyphosate supports a compelling link with non-Hodgkin lymphoma... I think sanitarium should have very well prepared to this type of question, I would like to know the levels in 100g of each product, not if is above or below Australian standards, which may or may not be set correctly, please?
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