Due to a high volume of enquiries we are unable to take any further requests at this time. We wish you all the best in your endeavours to support your local community.
Sanitarium’s community care program focuses on connecting directly with the community via specific charitable programs aligned with our mission: to share health and hope for a better life. We work closely with a range of charities to tackle hunger in our communities.
Sanitarium is the sole cereal and soy milk provider of the Red Cross and its Good Start Breakfast Club program, supplying cereals to nearly 250 schools around the country. We are currently not taking any further applications for school breakfast clubs.
We believe part of our purpose is to share food with people in need, including providing food relief, supporting community food programs and providing assistance in natural disasters. This is why we have partnered with the largest hunger relief organisation in Australia, Foodbank. Through our partnership with Foodbank we can sustainably provide support to a national network of charities.
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Wondering how to make sense of a new diet you heard about on social media?
Maybe you’re just wondering if we have to eat meat to get enough iron in our diet or you would like some tips how to encourage your family to eat a little healthier?
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Our Customer Care Representatives are here to help – get in touch with them here. You can also find out which of our products are suitable for different diets in our Frequently Asked Questions.
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