Sanitarium Health Food Company has launched UP&GO No Added Sugar - its most significant product innovation in the liquid breakfast category since debuting UP&GO two decades ago.
Sanitariums dieticians and food scientists have worked hard to create a product that gives consumers the no added sugar start to the day they have been asking for, while delivering the same convenient nutrition as original UP&GO.
UP&GO No Added Sugar has a five-star Health Star Rating. It is low GI (GI value 44), provides protein and fibre, plus 10 essential vitamins and minerals. It’s also low in fat and sodium.
The launch of UP&GO No Added Sugar will be supported by an extensive marketing campaign including television, outdoor advertising, social media, online and retail advertising.
UP&GO No Added Sugar Choc Ice and Vanilla Ice 250mLs will be available in supermarkets nationally and comes in a range of 3, 6 or 12 packs (range may vary by store). The launch of UP&GO No Added Sugar will see Sanitarium replace UP&GO Reduced Sugar.
UP&GO was a world first when launched by Sanitarium Health Food Company in 1997. It was created to address the growing trend of breakfast skipping and to provide a quick and easy way to gain a variety of the essential nutrients, fibre and protein a traditional cereal breakfast would provide.
Within two decades, UP&GO has gone from an emerging new player to the biggest brand in the breakfast cereal category, with one in five household buying the product.