Nestlé South Africa helps mothers to Start Healthy, Stay Healthy with new exciting products
Dec 5th 2011, 08:15
The nutrition received by children during their first 1 000 days (from conception to 2-years) plays a huge role in their growth and development and could affect their health forever.
Nestlé understands that babies’ needs differ at every stage of their development from 6-months onwards, when complementary feeding starts.
Nestlé Start Healthy Stay Healthy (SHSH) is a science-based feeding programme that will guide parents on the appropriate feeding at each stage of the child’s development. The programme helps educate parents about the right feeding choices for their babies by offering nutritional products which are science based and stage / age appropriate and helps parents to make informed choices in ensuring a healthy start for their children.
Nestlé, the leading Baby Cereals manufacturer is proud to introduce two new baby categories to support its SHSH feeding system to parents.
1) Shelf-Stable Dairy Cups: Nestlé’s Jogolino is a range of shelf stable dairy cups made with full cream milk and fruit. The unique benefits of this range are:
a. Specially made for babies from 6-months onwards.
b. Long life / shelf stable which means no refrigeration is required.
c. Each serving provides 28% RDA of calcium, magnesium and zinc for strong bones.
d. Contains no artificial colours or preservatives.
e. Tasty, convenient and nutritious.
f. Easy on-the-go meal or snack solution.
g. Contributes to daily milk requirement.
2) Meals and Snacks: Nestlé’s Meals and Snacks is a range made with fruit, veggies or wholegrain. The unique benefits of this range are :
a. Specially produced for toddlers.
b. Made with fruit, veggies or wholegrain.
c. Contains no artificial colours or preservatives.
d. Tasty, convenient and nutritious meal or snack solution.
e. Developmentally appropriate tastes and textures.
f. Right serving size for little hands.
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