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Truth about Bega and Sanitarium peanut butter


Beloved Aussie brands, including Bega and Sanitarium, are marketing products as being ‘Made in Australia’, even though they contain little to no homegrown ingredients.

Peanut butter spreads from Bega, Sanitarium and Woolworths’ Macro, all use less than 25 per cent Australian ingredients, with one famous label containing no Australian products whatsoever, despite peanuts being grown in Australia.

Beloved brands including Bega and Sanitarium are marketing products as being 'Made in Australia' despite containing little to no homegrown ingredients

Beloved brands including Bega and Sanitarium are marketing products as being ‘Made in Australia’ despite containing little to no homegrown ingredients

Sanitarium contains no Australian ingredients in its popular peanut butter spread

Sanitarium contains no Australian ingredients in its popular peanut butter spread

Sanitarium 

Peanut butter spreads made by Sanitarium contain no Australian ingredients, despite carrying the made in Australia symbol on its packaging.

In a statement to Daily Mail Australia, Sanitarium said there weren’t enough peanut farmers in Australia to ‘meet demand’.

‘To ensure a consistent year-round supply of Sanitarium peanut butters, we…



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