Published: Fri, 22 Jun 2012
KUALA LUMPUR: Health conscious fans of Milo can now enjoy the new Milo Mixes Variants which include less sugar, cereal and high fibre options to choose from.
“Milo Mixes Variants is a clear testament of Nestlé’s commitment in promoting healthy lifestyles,” said Nestlé (M) Bhd Coffee and Beverages Business Unit executive director Don Howat after unveiling the new Milo variants in conjunction with Nestlé’s 100th year in Malaysia to members of the press at Publika, Solaris Dutamas.
The variants come in easily identifiable coloured packages like light blue for Milo Less Sweet, purple for Milo Hi-Fiber, and orange for Milo Cereal.
Milo Less Sweet contains 47 per cent less sucrose and has all the goodness of Milo including high calcium and magnesium for strong bones and teeth.
Milo Cereal gives the added advantage of healthy cereal flakes for fighting off the hunger pangs one might get between meals.
Milo Hi-Fiber contains actifibras, a dietary fibre scientifically proven to maintain a good digestive system, which can reduce the risk of bloated stomach and gastrointestinal discomfort.
The three new variants still contain the same goodness as other Milo products such as Protomalt, which is made from the wholesome goodness of malted barley.
Also included in the Milo mix is Actigen-E, which is a mixture of eight vitamins and four minerals, with skimmed milk powder for an excellent source of energy.
The new Milo Mixes Variants retails at RM10.50 for a pack which contains 10 stick sachets each.
Nestlé’s commitment to providing quality products to Malaysians dates back 100 years when it first began as the Anglo-Swiss Condensed Milk Company in 1912 in Penang.
Some of its brand names including Milo, Nescafe, Maggi, Nespray, and Kit Kat have become trusted household names and enjoyed for generations.