- Named as a result of an Australian national competition. The name was chosen in part for its similarity to Marmite. (Wiktionary)
“Vegemite is an excellent source - on toast, not licked off Medway, this time.”
“And Vegemite is a terrific example in the Australian market of an iconic brand that's got very attractive margins that, when we give local managers the authority to do what they need to, they can really make a difference.”
“This argued that studies have shown Vegemite is just about the only foodstuff which clearly indicates a country of origin.”
“Apparently Vegemite is a popular spread in New Zealand but neither of us was brave enough to try it, especially after smelling it.”
“AFGC director for health, nutrition and scientific affairs Geoffrey Annison said food such as Vegemite, which is high in salt, could be among the casualties if food content were regulated.”
“Vegemite is Australian, we eat marmite, which is - coincidentally - made of Brewers Yeast, a by-product of Burton-on - Trent’s brewing industry.”
“No Brit would ever be caught dead with Vegemite, which is an Australian product.”
“It might not have the panache of a 4th of July, but today, the 26th of Jan, is Australia Day -- otherwise known as Vegemite, Beer and Barbeque Day, White Invasion Day, Sorry Day.”
“Try having a twenty-one year old moggie known as Vegemite, or Madam, for obvious reasons.”
“It's that antipodean rear-axle grease called Vegemite they should ban.”
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