Milo Now Comes In A Gao Siew Dai Version With Whole Grain Cereal To Give Yourself A Healthy Breakfast

The new Milo Gao Siew Dai with whole grain cereal

In Singapore, our coffee shop drink stalls always have the “big 3” of beverages on hand – coffee, tea and Milo. Our love for this malty chocolate drink stretches beyond our childhoods, and till today there are still new generations of kids growing up on it.

Times may be changing as more people hop onto the healthy bandwagon, and that doesn’t exclude your daily Milo fix for breakfast that doesn’t compromise on nutrition. That’s because Milo now has 3 new Gao Siew Dai variants with less sugar and lots of energy to keep you perked up in the morning.

Less sugar options for a healthier lifestyle

Low sugar is all the craze nowadays as Singaporeans look to lower the risk of obesity and diabetes. It’s no wonder everyone’s asking for siew dai at the coffee shops. For all of us health-conscious individuals out there, Milo Less Sugar Gao Siew Dai keeps you from overloading your sweet tooth with every cup. 

Better yet, there’s the dual benefit of being able to taste that chocolatey, malty richness without the guilt of consuming too much sugar. You’ll be glad to know that this version has 50% less sugar* compared to the regular Milo 3-in-1.

For those who’re looking for the option with the lowest possible sugar level, the Milo Gao Kosong is for you. It has 0% added sugar and is added with nutrients from milk and malt with that signature Milo taste.

Whole grain cereal for more protein & fibre

Similar to how you’d specifically look out for whole grain bread if you were on a health kick, Milo Gao Siew Dai with Whole Grain Cereal is swooping in to save the day with this option that’s even more nutritious. Not like your usual Milo packet, this special edition mixes whole grain cereal into the malt powder – it’s cerealously wholesome.

In the new formula, there are ingredients such as wheat, corn, rice, cocoa, malt and milk all packed inside. So not only does it offer 100% more fibre and 50% more protein compared to the traditional Milo 3-in-1 sachets, it’s also bound to be more filling.

With its easy preparation and nourishing ingredients, it makes for a convenient and yummy breakfast choice, especially if you’re always on the run. The essential nutrients and vitamin B are going to jumpstart your mornings with a burst of energy.

New Milo with less sugar for a nutritious boost

Milo’s a staple beverage in Singapore, and those looking for nutritious options will be glad to know that there are now new varieties to try. Look out for the protein-packed Milo Less Sugar Gao Siew Dai ($6.50), the zero sugar Milo Gao Kosong ($7.95) and the Milo Gao Siew Dai with Wholegrain Cereal ($5.50) to add to your breakfast beverage list.

Their outside packaging may differ, but on the inside, the new variations have less sugar and more protein so you can enjoy it guilt-free.

*Note: Refers to 50% less sucrose

Get the new Milo Gao Siew Dai with Wholegrain Cereal

This post was brought to you by MILO.
Photography by Clement Sim.

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