Weet-Bixgate: The Warehouse squares off against Sanitarium

Weet-Bixgate: The Warehouse squares off against Sanitarium
The Warehouse CEO Nick Grayston says it's not fair Sanitarium cut off his company's supply completely. (Image: The Warehouse)
Ella Somers
The Warehouse chief executive, Nick Grayston, says the retailer has been cut off from its supply of Sanitarium’s Weet-Bix and it’s a sign of the supermarket duopoly getting what it wants.The giant health food brand, which operates as a charity and is wholly owned by the Seventh-day Adventist Church, told The Warehouse several weeks ago that it would stop supplying it with Weet-Bix – which it has been selling since 2021 – because of a shortage of the product.Grayston said the move was “directly contrary&rd...

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