Weetabix has made high-quality cereals for over 80 years. The product is now sold worldwide in a number of countries including UK, USA, Canada and Australia to name a few.
Note: Weetabix is the British/International version of the original Australian Weet-Bix
The UK product range has recently grown from the Classic Weetabix brand we all know and love to include additional product ranges.
Let’s find out if this cereal is gluten-free.
Is Weetabix Gluten Free?
The Answer is NO
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Weetabix is not gluten free and is made from wheat. According to Weetabix UK – source:
All our products contain either wheat, barley or oats.
If you are residing in Australia you’d be happy to know that there are two gluten free alternatives available:
- Weet-Bix™ Gluten Free
- Weet-Bix™ Gluten Free with Coconut and Rice Puffs with a hint of Cinnamon Flavour
View: Weetbix gluten free products (in Australia only)
If you are residing in other parts of the world, you will have to wait until this variant of gluten-free Weetabix is launched near you.
Photo: Beatrice Murch
Weetabix Products (not Weet-Bix™)
Here is the current list of Weetabix Products.
Avoid all of the following Weetabix Products as they contain 2 of the key ingredients that are responsible for gluten allergies and celiac disease; wheat and barley:
- Weetabix Original
- Weetabix Organic
- Weetabix Banana
- Weetabix Chocolate
- Crispy Minis Chocolate Chip
- Crispy Minis Fruit and Nut
- Crispy Minis Banana
- Oatibix Classic
- Oatibix Flakes Red Berries
- Weetabix Protein
- Protein Crunch Original
- Protein Crunch Chocolate
- Protein Chocolate Chip
The availability of the above products will depend on your location.
Weetabix Original Ingredients
Wholegrain Wheat (95%), Malted Barley Extract, Sugar, Salt, Niacin, Iron, Riboflavin (B2), Thiamin (B1), Folic Acid.
Every 100g of Original Weetabix consumed contains 69g carbs, 12g protein, 2g fat and 10g fibre and 0.28g salt – source
For more information on Weetabix and to find which varieties and flavours are available in your country check out: weetabix.com
If you are residing in Australia, you can find out more about the gluten-free alternatives here of Weet-Bix here