Plus (cereal)

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Plus is a breakfast cereal range by Australian breakfast company Uncle Tobys, now a subsidiary of Nestlé.

The range was introduced in 2001 as Flakes Plus. The original flavours were Fibre Plus, Muesli Flakes, Sports Plus, Sultanas 'n' Bran, and Lite Start. In 2002, the range was renamed simply Plus. In 2004, a new flavour, Crisp 'n' Crunchy, was introduced. In 2005, Fibre Plus and Sports Plus were renamed Fibre Mix and Sports Lift respectively. In 2006, Protein Mix was introduced,[1] followed by Antioxidant Lift and Omega 3 Lift in 2007 and 2009 respectively.

In 2000, the face of Australian swimmer Ian Thorpe appeared on boxes of Sports Plus cereal.[2]

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  1. ^ "Uncle Tobys Plus Protein Mix". FoodWeek. 13 March 2007. Retrieved 27 November 2009. 
  2. ^ Horn, Barry (September 17, 2000). "AMAZING FEAT Ian Thorpe carries hopes of a nation". The Dallas Morning News. Retrieved 27 November 2009.  "His mug adorns the box of Uncle Toby's Sports PLUS cereal."

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