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I live in America and can buy Weetabix in our supermarkets, but I do go to the Australian Food Store for a few familiar groceries from home. They have the Weetabix (imported from Canada) right beside the WeetBix. I’m sure that someone looking for one or the other doesn’t get too confused. So do I and get the Canadian Weetabix from Trader Joe’s . There is a different taste from the NZ weetbix so I’m sure the typical Kiwi will maybe try weetabix but probably opt for the original
I got very expensive weetbix from Publix (I don’t know if it had an ‘a’ in it) and cheap weetabix from Trader Joes… I don’t notice any difference in the taste, except they’re a little less malty than I remember from my Australian childhood. If Weet-Bix can’t be sold in the UK and other markets dominated by Weetabix, because of trademark infringement against Weetabix, then Weetabix should not be allowed to be sold in NZ for the same reason. Weetabix can’t have its cake and eat it too. Sanitarium have a right to protect their hard-earned trademark in NZ. Legally-speaking, if they can’t show that they’ve actively protected their trademark in smaller cases like this, then it will be much harder for them to protect their trademark against a larger infringement.