S-26 GOLD JUNIOR®

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S-26 GOLD JUNIOR® is a nutritious vanilla milk drink for children aged two years and older. It contains 16 vitamins and minerals to help support your child’s growth and development. S-26 GOLD JUNIOR® can be included in your child’s diet as a supplement which may be beneficial when dietary intakes of energy and nutrients are inadequate.

S-26 GOLD JUNIOR® milk drink contains:

  • Omega 3 from 100% vegetable sources
  • Iron to help support children’s growth and development. S-26 GOLD JUNIOR® contains 50% of a toddler’s RDI* per serve
  • Vitamin C which helps iron absorption from food. S-26 GOLD JUNIOR® contains 50% of a toddler’s RDI* per serve
  • Calcium which is necessary for normal teeth and bone structure. S-26 GOLD JUNIOR® contains 31% of a toddler’s RDI* per serve
  • A low saturated fat level that is within Australian dietary guidelines.

These assist when dietary intakes of energy and nutrients may be in adequate.

Serving Suggestions

There are many ways your child can enjoy S-26 GOLD JUNIOR® milk drink. Simply add to water and your toddler can enjoy it as a delicious milk drink . Or you can blend it with fruits such as bananas, berries or mangoes to make a yummy fruit smoothie. For more recipes to try, click here.

S-26 GOLD JUNIOR® milk drink has no artificial colours or preservatives.

The main milk ingredient (non-fat milk powder) in S-26 GOLD JUNIOR® is sourced from New Zealand / USA / Sweden / Republic of Ireland.

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* RDI = Recommended Dietary Intake

Available At

Most Supermarkets and selected Pharmacies/Chemist stores

Packs Available In

Powder: 900g can

Feeding Guide
To prepare one feed:
Age Water (mL) Level scoops of powder Suggested serves per day*
2+ yrs 200 4 1-2
*”Suggest serves per day” is provided as a guide when your child’s intake of energy and nutrients may not be adequate. Use only the enclosed scoop in the preparation of a drink. Discard any unfinished serves.
How to Prepare
Nutritional Information
S-26 GOLD® JUNIOR Powder
Average per 100mL as prepared (14.58g powder + 90mL water) Serving Size = 225mL
Energy 274 kJ
Protein 2.5 g
Fat 2.8 g
Saturated 0.59 g
Trans 0.06 g
Polyunstaurated 1.1 g
Omega 3
DHA 1.8 mg
Linolenic acid (ALA) 150 g
Omega 6
AA 2.6 mg
Linoleic acid 0.90 g
Monounsaturated 0.87 g
Carbohydrate 7.2 g
Sugars 7.2 g
Dietry Fibre 0.45 g
Sodium 42 mg
Vitamins
Vitamin A 34 µg
Beta-Carotene (RE) 2.5 µg
Vitamin B1 0.11 mg
Vitamin B2 0.18 mg
Vitamin B6 0.16 mg
Vitamin B12 0.33 mg
Vitamin C 6.8 mg
Vitamin D 0.63 µg
Vitamin E 1.1 mg
Folate 23 µg
Niacin 1.1 mg
Minerals
Calcium 100 mg
Iodine 16 µg
Iron 1.4 mg
Magnesium 10 mg
Phosphorus 80 mg
Zinc 0.50 mg
Lutein 20 µg
Allergy Statement

Contains milk and soy.

Ingredients

Nonfat milk powder; lactose; vegetable oils (including soybean); whey protein concentrate; oligofructose; emulsifiers (monoglycerides, soy, lecithin); acidity regulator (citric acid); ethyl vanillin; long chain polyunstaurated fatty acids from single-sell sources [arachidonic acid (AA), docosahexaenoic acid (DHA)]; antioxidants (mixed tocopherols concentrate, ascorbyl, palmitate); lutein.

Minerals: Calcium phosphate; sodium phosphate; magnesium chloride; calcium chloride; ferrous sulphate; zinc sulphate; potassium iodide.

Vitamins: Vitamin C; vitamin E; niacin; vitamin B6; vitamin B1; vitamin A; vitamin B2; vitamin D; beta-carotene; folic acid.

Contains no artificial colours or preservatives

Contains milk and soy.

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