Has its roots in research
Which indicates there is a significant nutritional gap
Amongst Malaysian children with 13.2% being underweight
and 15.8% showing stunted growth.
This is due in large part to poor dietary habits such as skipping breakfast,
This in turn is associated with deficiencies in micronutrients
Frequent consumption of snacks and fast foods
And low consumption of fruits and vegetables.
Such as iron, iodine, vitamin A and vitamin D
Which are important for healthy growth and development.
And 2kg packs (RM42.00)