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​In late 1997 Sanitarium created a liquid breakfast it called UP & GO.TM This was a world-first innovation. In 2012 UP&GO became the number one breakfast cereal brand in Australia. In 2020 UP&GO is still the number one brand in the cereal aisle in Australia, both in value and volume, and the number one brand in New Zealand in volume. The combined output of the UP&GO brand across Australia and New Zealand would fill 20 Olympic pools annually.

​The Sanitarium Weet-Bix Kids TRYathlon series is the largest triathlon for under-16s in the world. Inspired by growing interest in the sport of triathlon, the series began in New Zealand in the early 1990s and Australia in 1999.

​Weet-Bix is a wheat-based breakfast cereal produced by Sanitarium Health Food Company. The malty biscuit is well known throughout Australia and New Zealand as one of the healthier cereals on the breakfast food market. It has been a staple for many families for more than 90 years. It is low in sugar, 97 percent whole grain, and made with 100 percent Australian-grown wheat, vitamins, and minerals.

Santa Catarina Adventist Academy (Instituto Adventista de Ensino de Santa Catarina, IAESC) offers elementary and high school education to day and boarding students. It is one of the institutions of the South Brazil Union Mission.

​Santa Catarina Conference is an administrative unit of the Seventh-day Adventist Church located in the territory of South Brazil Union Conference. Its headquarters is located in the city of São José, state of Santa Catarina, Brazil.

​Osmundo Graciliano dos Santos Júnior, pastor, administrator, and evangelist, was born on January 10, 1938, in the city of São Paulo, Brazil.

​Floriano Xavier dos Santos, pastor, teacher and administrator, was born on September 10, 1927 in Dom Pedrito, state of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil.

​Pedro Sanz Sanchéz was one of the first ordained Adventist pastors in Spain. He exercised his pastoral ministry in the churches of Cartagena, Jérica, Valencia, Nogueruelas, and Rubielos.

​São Paulo Adventist Hospital is a medical missionary institution of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the territory of Central Brazil Union Conference.

​The São Paulo Conference is an administrative unit of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, located in the Central Brazil Union Conference. It is headquartered in the city of São Paulo, in the state of São Paulo, Brazil.

São Paulo Old People’s Home (CACI) was an institution that assisted impoverished elderly Adventists who had no one to take care of them. It operated from 1950 to 2007. The place, known as the Old People’s Home, operated as a boarding facility providing services for elderly men and women.

​The Sao Paulo Valley Conference is an administrative unit of the Seventh-day Adventist Church located in the territory of the Central Brazil Union Conference. Its headquarters is located in the city of São José dos Campos, in the state of São Paulo, Brazil.

​Sarat Kamal Samaddar was a renowned person, both in the Adventist and non-Adventist circles in the country of Bangladesh. He was among the Adventist pioneers in the country of Bangladesh and was an author of several books.

​Alfred James Sargent was a missionary to Burma (now, Myanmar).

Myrtle Irene Sather was an Adventist missionary, nurse, and administrator in Africa and North America.

Emmanuel Saunders was a beloved mentor, history professor, and department chair at Oakwood College (now a university), who devoted more than thirty years of his life to the cause of Adventist education.

In July 1901 Friedensau, Germany, was the venue for the consideration of changes within the Adventist Church in Europe. A camp meeting began on July 18 during which the 19 delegates from the Scandinavian countries formed what was to become the Scandinavian Union Conference, comprising the Swedish, Norwegian, and Danish Conferences, and the mission fields of Finland, Iceland, and Greenland.

Wilhelm and Olga Schaeffler worked as missionaries for the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Brazil, Peru, Bolivia, Ecuador, Argentina, and the United States.