Popular health drink gets a boost

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Nestle Singapore, a subsidiary of Swiss food group Nestle, is to
replace its popular health food drink MILO, introduced in Singapore
in the 1950s, with a fortified equivalent.

Nestle Singapore, a subsidiary of Swiss food group Nestle, is to replace its popular health food drink MILO, introduced in Singapore in the 1950s, with a fortified equivalent.

MILO with Actigen E is composed of a combination of vitamins and minerals and is high in magnesium and calcium. According to Nestle Singapore, the new MILO promotes the effective release of energy from the proteins, fats and carbohydrates in food.

"Nestle​ is committed to bringing its `Good Food, Good Life' promise to all of its consumers in Singapore,"​ said Audrey Liow, managing director of Nestle Singapore. "MILO with Actigen E, which is specially enhanced with a unique combination of vitamins and minerals, contributes to the optimal release of energy,"​ concluded Liow.

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