Nutrition Society of Nigeria thumbs up Milo on Activ-Go

By Daily Sports on November 17, 2015

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Nutrition Society of Nigeria has commended Nestle Milo for fortifying Milo with Activ-Go made from protomalt extract and a specifically designed combination of nine micro-nutrients including six vitamins and three minerals.

Vice President of the Nutrition Society of Nigeria, Dr. Bartholomew Brai, gave the commendation while delivering a lecture at the Milo Activ-Go re-launched coco malt. He praised Nestle Milo for the quality of the product, saying that analysis has showed the product to be first class.

“The Milo Activ-Go re-launched is another momentous achievement of Nestle Milo. I really commend the innovation that went into the new Milo with Activ-Go which is a unique blend of vitamins and minerals that help the individual to achieve the Milo promise,” he said.

Brai, whose special lecture at the event was on the importance of breakfast, praised Nestle Milo for the support given to grassroots sports development in Nigeria.

“I am aware that Milo has sponsored the Milo Basketball Championship for the past 17 years, which is a great heritage for young Nigerians who have benefited from the opportunity to participate in the championship,” he said.

He also noted that Nestle Milo’s idea of starting the day’s event early with rich breakfast indicates that since the 1960s Milo has been part of a healthy breakfast of champions in Nigeria.

The Category Manager Beverage, Nestle Nigeria Plc, Olufemi Akintola, who traced the history of Milo since 1934 in Australia, stressed that Milo through its unique delicious coco malt taste provides winning energy for daily success.

“Activ-Go supports energy release, muscle function and bone maintenance that are essential for physical activity in children,” he said.

Source Daily Sports

Posted November 17, 2015

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