Nestlé has launched a new plant-based toddler milk called Little Steps Plantygrow option under their SMA (synthetic milk adaption) brand.
Source: SMA Baby Club/Youtube
Little Steps Plantygrow and contains no added sugar and is a great source of vitamins and minerals. Nestlé-owned SMA Nutrition will be adding the drink to market in the UK and is designed for children aged one to three.
Shoppers are “increasingly choosing plant-based milk alternatives for themselves and looking for options that contain the added nutrients their growing toddlers need,” said SMA nutrition MD Vicky Woods.
Little Steps Plantygrow has no added sugar and is a great source of vitamins A, C, B2, B12 & Iron, as well as iodine, and Omega 3 & 6. The drink also contains plant-based sources of Calcium and Vitamin D, which are essential for children’s growth and bone development.
The drink will be available in Tesco and Asda in 200ml and one-liter resealable cartons, which can be stored in the fridge for up to 24 hours after opening a 200ml or 48 hours after opening a liter pack.
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