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Plant-based infant formula company Sprout launches in NSW and WA

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Healthy foods maker Sprout Organic has partnered with distributors Global by Nature in NSW and Total Health in WA as it expands its presence in both states.

The distributors represent brands in more than 1000 retailers, including several health food stores, independent supermarkets and pharmacies.

“In these two distributors we have found partners that are incredibly passionate about our products,” said Sprout founder Sel Berdie.

“WA and NSW were identified as key markets for us, and we couldn’t be happier with the fit we’ve found in these two companies.”

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Sprout Organic manufactures plant-based foods for children.

Berdie said there are plans for other domestic and international distribution partnerships as they expand the business.

“At Global, we are always looking for innovative and delicious ways to surprise and excite our customers, and Sprout’s healthy and tasty kids snack bars and genuine innovation in infant formula is exactly that. Sprout is building a whole new form of inclusivity in the sector,” said Ryan Mclintock, GM at Global by Nature.

Queensland-headquartered Sprout will roll out a plant-based toddler and infant formula during the second quarter of this year. The company manufactures kids plant-based nutritional products with its first product, a range of healthy kids snack bars, launched on World Children’s Day last year.

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