Weet-Bix has been a part of Kiwi breakfasts since 1928. New Zealand’s No.1 breakfast cereal, our Weet-Bix Original, is a great choice and we've now given you even more Weet-Bix cereals to choose from. Weet-Bix Hi Bran, Oat Bran and Multi-Grain are all nutritious choices if you love our bigger biscuits.And if you want to try something tasty and bite-sized, our Weet-Bix Bites range comes in four great flavours - Energize, Wild Berry, Apricot and Crunch Honey.To keep up with the latest news from Weet-Bix, ‘Like’ our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/weetbixnz.
Dietary Guidelines recommend eating wholegrains – they are full of nutritional goodness and are an important part of a balanced diet and lifestyle. Each part of the grain contains essential nutrients, so when you eat wholegrains, you get the complete package. Wholegrains contain protein, carbohydrate, fibre, vitamins and minerals. Start the day with Weet-Bix, and you will be well on your way to meeting the Grains & Legumes Nutrition CouncilTM 48g Wholegrain Daily Target Intake.
Weet-Bix has been giving Aussie Kids the perfect start to their day for over 80 years. It continues to be the breakfast of choice for all ages, with Australian families eating an amazing 1.4 billion biscuits every year.
The wholegrain goodness and energy of Weet-Bix is behind some great achievements. Sir Edmund Hillary ate Weet-Bix during his historic climb to the top of Mt Everest in 1953. Aussie cricketer Brett Lee and star Socceroo Tim Cahill also start their mornings with a bowl of Weet-Bix.
Today Weet-Bix is available in lots of different varieties, offering something for Weet-Bix Kids both big and small.
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