Milo have released a range of collectible tins celebrating the most popular sports Aussie kids play.
The beloved choc-malt beverage is a great to drink hot or cold, with real or alternative milk. Milo contains 8 essential vitamins and minerals.
These limited edition 1kg tins celebrate football, basketball and cricket. The tins celebrate the company’s long-standing commitment to keeping Aussie kids active.
The designs are bright and fun with a cheeky larrikin touch. They were designed to capture the unmistakable thrill and excitement that comes with kicking a goal or shooting a three-pointer.
Nestlé Dairy Business Manager, Anna Stewart, is thrilled with the look of the new tins and thinks MILO fans will love it too. “MILO has been proud to support kids across Australia in keeping active and participating in sport for generations, so for 2021 we wanted to keep the tradition alive and create a range of limited-edition tins that celebrate the sports that MILO lovers play.”
Did you know Milo is made at the Smithtown factory and exported all around the world?
With the purchase of each limited-edition tin, Milo lovers will be in with a chance to win one of five hundred $100 REBEL Sports vouchers. To be in the running, Australians can simply purchase a tin from Woolworths during May and follow the on-pack instructions.
The three limited-edition Milo tins will be available exclusively at Woolworths from May, then at BIG W throughout June. RRP $12.50
Milo was created by food scientist Thomas Mayne, who was briefed to develop something nourishing for children suffering from poor diets and malnutrition during the Great Depression, using ingredients Nestlé already used. It was originally developed at Smithtown in NSW and launched at the 1934 Sydney Royal Easter Show. While added vitamins and minerals were part of Milo from its creation, the vitamin mix has changed to reflect the contemporary nutritional needs of children. Milo is now made in 24 factories around the world, and sold in more than 40 countries, making it one of the few Australian-created food brands to enjoy widespread adoption. Milo website: https://milo.com.au/