Nestlé has launched plant-based versions of some of its most-loved global trends, now including Milo!
Milo, which was first introduced in 1934, is now getting an update with soy and oats replacing the milk powder.
The product is also lower in sugar compared to the original and includes extra protein.
“People are looking to vary their diets with more plant-based options, including to lower their environmental footprint and for health reasons,” says Head of the Dairy business unit at Nestlé, Trevor Clayton.
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“We already have some great plant-based products and are now adding one of our biggest global brands with Milo. We’re continuing to make good on our promise to offer consumers food that is right for them and right for the planet.”
Nestlé around the world
The new Milo follows suit from other recent launches such as Nestlé Brazil introducing oat-and-pea-based Ninho Forti + on shelves.
The United States saw the launch of Nesquik GoodNes, based on oat and pea protein with the chocolate milk flavour of Nesquik.