Vetta SMART Flour Wins Best Baking Staple Award!Mon, 4th Oct 2021
Vetta SMART Protein Flour has won Best Baking Staple in the 2021 Healthy Food Guide Awards. Run by Australian Healthy Food Guide magazine, the annual campaign from the Australian publication establishes a guide to the most nutritious food products on supermarket shelves, across a broad range of categories.
The main purpose of the Awards is to highlight the healthiest packaged food products available to Australian shoppers, as voted by readers and followers.
In addition to its win for Vetta SMART Flour in the Baking Staple category, Vetta was also a finalist in the Best Pantry Staple category, with Vetta SMART Fibre Veg Twists Pasta receiving a coveted nomination.
Double the Protein – 25% less Carbs!
Vetta SMART Protein Flour delivers twice the protein, twice the fibre and 25% less carbs than regular flour, making the flour of choice for baking enthusiasts looking to boost the protein intake of their favourite baked goods. Vetta SMART Flour is also proud to partner with Rural Aid by donating 10c per bag of flour sold to Rural Aid to fund much needed rural community initiatives.
Proudly Australian & Responsibly Sourced
Proudly Australian family owned and made, Vetta SMART Protein Flour is crafted from 100% responsibly grown Australian wheat, helping protect the Australian land for future generations.
Responsible farming makes a difference by ensuring that crops are grown safely while protecting the environment, the social-economic conditions of the farmers and the local community as a whole.
Vetta works directly with farmers who pride themselves on being responsible managers of their natural assets and ensuring it is nurtured and cared for ready to be passed on to the next generation.
Over $200k Donated to Date – How Vetta Supports Farming Communities
Since Vetta started working with Rural Aid in 2020, the brand has donated over $250k to Rural Aid (as of 30 Sept 2021), helping supplying Australian farming communities with the equivalent of 14 road trains or 269 tons of hay.
Click here to watch the video and learn more about Vetta’s impact.