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Nestlé Indonesia has reformulated it's Milo malt chocolate beverage and reduced its sugar content by 25%.
Nestlé Indonesia has reformulated it's Milo malt chocolate beverage and reduced its sugar content by 25%.

Nestlé Indonesia reduces Milo sugar content by 25%

INTERNATIONAL NEWS

By Martin White - Oct 5th 2018, 10:48

Nestlé Indonesia has reformulated it's Milo malt chocolate beverage and reduced its sugar content by 25%. 

Nestlé says that the recipe change forms part of its commitment to provide healthier and tastier choices and meet changing consumer demands.

The new recipe has also increased the number of vitamins and minerals in the drink, with increased levels of vitamin B3, B6, B12, C, D, calcium, phosphorus and iron.

Nestlé Indonesia beverages business executive officer Prawitya Soemadijo said: “Our commitment to enhancing the quality of life and contributing to a healthier future is what motivates Nestlé’s innovation and renovation efforts in bringing in MILO with 25% less sugar to Indonesian families."

“Malt is an energy source that signifies the unique and delicious taste of MILO that has long become part of Indonesian families’ daily lives. We also increase the vitamins and minerals content, such as vitamin B3, B6, B12, C, D, calcium, phosphorus and iron."

“We hope this healthier and tastier MILO can continue to support children to ace their daily activities.”
FoodBev 

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