Weet-Bix kids’ triathlon lifts red meat ban

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Thousands of children and their families filled Tahunanui Sports Field during the Weetbix TRYathlon, in Nelson, on Sunday morning.

Sanitarium has lifted its ban on red meat food stalls at Weet-Bix kids’ triathlons after complaints from the public. 

When the event began 28 years ago, only vegetarian stalls were permitted. In 2017, vendors selling chicken, fish and plant-based food were allowed in.

The red meat ban was still in place last weekend, but criticism from parents this week has forced the food giant to re-think its policy.

In messages seen byStuff, a Rotorua mother at a Weet-Bix triathlon at Kuirau Park on December 1 questioned Sanitarium on Facebook about the lack of red meat options.

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