MILO® POWDER

Loved by many, MILO® is a low GI malt powder drink, which gives kids who need a boost, the nourishing energy they need to take on the day.

Simply add 3-heaped teaspoons of MILO to a glass of hot or cold skim milk for a delicious choc malt flavoured milk drink.

It’s made from four main ingredients: milk powder, malt barley, sugar and cocoa, MILO also contains 9 essential vitamins and minerals.

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4 KEY INGREDIENTS OF MILO®

MALT BARLEY

MALT BARLEY
One of the main ingredients in MILO® is Malt Barley. Malt barley seeds store energy in the form of complex carbohydrates, sugars and maltose. These carbohydrates help provide active kids with the nourishing energy they need. Plus, it gives MILO® its unique and delicious taste.

MILK POWDER

MILK POWDER
The milk powder we use in MILO® comes from fresh dairy milk—we simply remove the water to make it powder. Milk powder provides your kids with essential protein, vitamins and minerals. It also contributes to the creamy flavour and texture of MILO®.

SUGAR

SUGAR
We use cane sugar in regular MILO®, this contributes to MILO®’s unique taste and crunchy texture. There are three main types of sugar in MILO®—lactose, found naturally in milk powder; maltose, found in malt barley; and sucrose, found in cane sugar. When added to milk, MILO® is a low GI drink that gives kids energy to run, play and think.

COCOA

COCOA
Our trademark MILO® taste comes from cacao tree beans. These beans are fermented, roasted, shelled and ground to make cocoa that is Rainforest Alliance Certified. Being Rainforest Alliance certified means the farmers we work with follow more sustainable farming practices that protect forests, improve their livelihoods and promote human rights of farm workers. To learn more about the Rainforest Alliance, visit www.rainforest-alliance.org.

A GLASS OFORIGINAL MILO® WITH MILK

DAILY PROTEIN**
20%

CALCIUM*
50%

IRON*
34%

VITAMIN D*
32%

*Calcium, Iron and Vitamins should link to %RDI - Recommended Dietary Intake.

**Protein should link to %DI (Percent Daily Intakes are based on an average adult diet of 8700kJ).

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