Milo, Malaysia’s favourite choco-malt beverage, is stirring up and serving more of its nutritious goodness – now in a bowl – with the new Milo Nutri Breakfast.
The first ever Milo instant oatmeal has hit the shelves to energise Malaysians to go even further and score their first win of the day at breakfast with every bite.
Milo Nutri Breakfast brings to the table the added goodness of imported oats, real fruit pieces and seeds. It has the iconic Milo taste that Malaysians love; only now, you can scoop and enjoy it as a warm, nutritious bowl of delicious oatmeal to start your day.
Milo Nutri Breakfast is made with the wholesome goodness of malt barley, milk, cocoa and packed with a unique combination of essential six vitamins and three minerals that help to release energy from the food you eat.
It is high in iron, calcium, and Vitamin D, as well as a good source of fibre, which is important to help maintain digestive function.
“We are excited to introduce for the very first time Milo in the form of delicious oatmeal, the goodness and familiar taste of which you can savour with every bite, ” said Ng Su Yen, business executive officer of Nestlé (Malaysia) Bhd’s Milo Business Unit.
“Milo Nutri Breakfast is part of our ongoing effort to deliver the goodness of Milo to Malaysians.”
Milo Nutri Breakfast is currently available in two variants suitable for the whole family – banana and seeds. The banana variant contains real banana pieces, while the seeds variant is packed with sunflower and pumpkin seeds.
Milo Nutri Breakfast also meets the Healthier Choice Logo criteria by the Health Ministry. This means that Milo Nutri Breakfast is lower in total sugars and fat, while higher in fibre compared to other products in the same category without the Healthier Choice Logo.
Look for Milo Nutri Breakfast at a store near you or make your online purchase via your preferred e-commerce sites. To learn more about the goodness of Milo Nutri Breakfast, go to https://www.milo.com.my/milo-nutri-breakfast.
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