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F.A.Q

F.A.Q

MILO contains 1.8mg of Vitamin B2, 2.3mg of Vitamin B6, 3.6 µg of Vitamin B12, 54mg of Vitamin C and 7.4 µg D of Vitamin D per 100g

In a cup of MILO

Total Sugar = 21.5g*(including; Sugar coming from milk and malt)
Added sugar = 5.1 (1 teaspoon)

*When prepared according to the instructions on pack.

To get the perfect cup of MILO®, follow this recommended preparation:

3 teaspoons of MILO® + 2 teaspoons of milk powder + 175ml hot water = your MILO® is ready to be enjoyed!

*100g contains 54mg Vitamin C, 7.4 µg D of Vitamin D, 3.6 µg of Vitamin B12, 2.3mg of Vitamin B6, 30.1mg of Niacin B3, 1.8mg of Vitamin B2, 594mg of Calcium and 21.8mg of Iron.

MILO, as a beverage, is a good source of nutrients such as vitamins B2, B3, B6, B12, C & D, minerals, calcium and iron for children. One serving of MILO contains in average 9g kcal if/when reconstituted with water or 159 kcal if reconstituted with skimmed milk powder, which is between 5-9% of children's daily energy needs respectively.

In addition, one serving of MILO Proteins contains in average 2.2 g if/when reconstituted with water or 9.3 g if reconstituted with skimmed milk powder, which covers between 5-25% of World Health Organisation (WHO) recommended daily protein intake. Fat contains in average 2.2g if/when reconstituted with water or 2.2g if reconstituted with skimmed milk powder.

6 vitamins (vitamin B2, B3, B6, B12, C, D) and 2 minerals (calcium, iron) that have a role to play in supporting children's growth & development (covering 15% of NRVs).

Milo is not an energy drink, but it contains a unique combination of vitamins and minerals to efficiently support the energy yielding metabolism. It also contains other nutrients such as carbohydrate to contribute to the energy that your body needs.