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Did you know that a cup of MILO contains nutritious ingredients to take you further? Prepared with care, it provides you with vitamins and minerals so you can stay active throughout the day. So, what is in MILO?
Extracted from barley which is renowned as a good source of energy.
Good source of protein & calcium.
Gives the chocolatey taste you like.
MILO is Enriched with 6 vitamins and 2 minerals
Needed in higher amounts to maintain a healthy body. This includes:
• Provides Energy
• For Growth & Tissue Repair
• Main energy stored in our body
Compromised energy levels & growth
Rice, String Hoppers
Meat, fish, milk
Cheese, oil, margarine
Needed in smaller amounts. This includes:
For overall physical well-being
May affect our general health
Vitamins (e.g: B, C, D & etc) and Minerals (e.g: calcium, iron, zinc & etc)
From various food sources like fruits and vegetables.
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).