Monday, 27 May 2019

For the first time in the world, Milo will sell its no-sugar product in Thailand


IllustrationIllustration - In June 2019 Nestle plans to introduce Milo without sugar content. This product is said to be the first in the world. Thai citizens can immediately enjoy the latest Milo products in June. The Nikkei Asian Review reported on March 2019, the sugar-free Milo was made as an effort to respond to the sugar policy in the country of the White Elephant.

In 2017, the Thai government issued a regulation on sugar taxes in connection with increasing cases of diabetes there. Because the disease increases the medical costs that must be incurred by the government for its citizens. Reportedly the sugar tax rate in Thailand will depend on the sugar content in a food product. This level will also be increased gradually until 2023.

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Milo through its infographic in Australia once claimed that the total sugar content in each product is around 20.1 grams. If compared, the size is about 1 teaspoon. The question of Milo being sugar free is said that Nestle will only use the sweet taste from the content of natural milk and malt.

Gradually, Nestle has also introduced this Milo product at 7-Eleven on a limited scale, before it will become a mass product throughout the country. While in Indonesia, in October 2018 it introduced Milo with a sugar content of 25% lower plus a variety of vitamins and minerals that are healthier.


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