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The ONLY Irish milk enriched for kids!

WHAT MAKES MÓR MILK SO UNIQUE?

 Connacht Gold MÓR Milk is a Fresh Whole Milk, enriched for kids, aged 1 – 12 years old.

It contains Iron, Pre-biotic Fibre, Vitamin D, Vitamin C, Vitamin A and Zinc all of which help cognitive development, digestive function, calcium absorption, iron absorption, protein and strengthen the immune system. MÓR Milk because growing kids need MÓR!

 

Unlike most enriched milks MÓR milk has Iron, Fibre & Vitamin D, the nutrients many Irish children are lacking in most.  Here are some of its unique benefits :

Mór Iron – helps the normal cognitive development of growing children.

Mór Prebiotic Fibre* – chicory root fibre promotes a healthy digestive function by increasing bowel movement.

Mór Vitamin D – the sunshine vitamin helps our bodies to absorb the calcium needed for the maintenance of normal bones and teeth.

Mór Vitamin C – aids iron absorption.

Mór Vitamin A – contributes to the normal function of the immune system and to the maintenance of healthy skin.

Mór Zinc – contributes to normal protein synthesis.

The move from breast milk or formula to fresh milk is a milestone moment for every growing child. As your little ones continue to grow and develop, explore their world and use ever more energy, meeting their nutritional needs is vital.

Which is why we’ve developed Connacht Gold Mór Milk – fresh, whole milk enriched with nutrients including iron, prebiotic fibre, zinc and the vitamins your child needs to give them the best possible start in life.

Also it’s good to know that Connacht Gold Mór Milk is a sustainable product. From our farms and production processes, from grass to glass, we aim to improve the environment in which we work and live, supporting local communities every step of the way.

GROWING KIDS NEED MÓR!!!

 

NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION:

Connacht Gold Mór Milk nutritional table

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