Australia’s most trusted food brands revealed, Reader’s Digest survey
Australia’s most trusted food brands have been revealed as part of an annual Reader’s Digest survey.
The Reader’s Digest Most Trusted Brands Survey releases a list of the country’s most trusted brands as voted on by its readers every year. The survey looks at numerous product categories including a variety of food and beverage categories.
Out of the food and beverage winners in 2016, Arnott’s was voted Australia’s most trusted, iconic brand and Coles was the most trusted supermarket. Weet-Bix was voted the most trusted breakfast food brand, a position it has held four years in a row now.
Approximately 2, 400 voters participated in the 2016 survey.
Food and beverage winners from the 2016 Reader’s Digest Most Trusted Brands Survey
Winner: Jacob’s Creek
Highly Commended: Penfolds and Wolf Bass
Winner: S-26 Gold
Highly Commended: Nestle Nan and Karicare
Highly Commended: Heineken and Carlton Draught
Highly Commended: Cadbury and White Wings
Winner: Mount Franklin
Highly Commended: Pump and Cool Ridge
Winner: Baker’s Delight
Highly Commended: Helga’s and Abbott’s Bakery
Highly Commended: Uncle Toby’s
Winner: John West
Highly Commended: Greens Seas and Sirena
Highly Commended: Lindt and Darell Lea
Highly Commended: Gold’n and Canola
Winner: Birds Eye
Highly Commended: McCain and Ingham
Highly Commended: Manuka Health and Beechworth
Highly Commended: Streets and Cadbury
Winner: Dairy Farmers
Highly Commended: Devondale and Pauls
Winner: Four’ N Twenty
Highly Commended: Mrs Macs and Herbert Adams
Highly Commended: Splenda and Natvia
Highly Commended: Woolworths and Aldi
Highly Commended: Twinings and Dilmah
Vitamins and Supplements
Highly Commended: Swisse and Nature’s Own
Winner: Dairy Farmers
Highly Commended: Yoplait and Jalna
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