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Arla BIG Milk

All Milk's natural nutrients, plus three extra

Say hello to BIG Milk

Arla BIG milk is whole fresh milk; which contains all milk’s natural nutrients* and is enriched with Vitamin D, A and Iron. *100ml of milk is a natural source of B12, B2, calcium, phosphorous, potassium and iodine.

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The UK government recommends that small children older than a year have a daily intake of 350ml of milk or two servings of foods made from milk**.


**UK government recommendation for children.

350ml of Big Milk contains

77% of a small child’s recommended daily intake of Vitamin D***

68% of a small child’s recommended daily intake of Vitamin A***

61% of a small child’s recommended daily intake of Iron***

***UK government dietary reference values for children aged 1 to 5.

Bottle of Arla Big Milk. Iron, Vit A, Vit D, Calcium. 1-5 years
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Vitamin C tips

The department of health recommends that all children aged from one to five years are given Vitamin A, C and D supplements*.

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Vitamin C can be easily included in your child’s diet by offering small amount of Vitamin C rich foods and vegetables. Public health England, recommend 30mg a day of Vitamin C for children ages 1-5 years old.

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About Vitamin D and your child's development

Vitamin D is needed for normal growth and development of bones in children, and also contributes to the normal functioning of their immune system.   

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The UK government recommends that children have 10µg of vitamin D a day. Children can get vitamin D  from sun exposure, intake of foods naturally rich in vitamin D, fortified foods or vitamin tablets/drops. Only very few foods are naturally good sources of vitamin D and during the winter months the sun is too weak to help building vitamin D.

350 ml Big milk provide 77% of the recommended UK government vitamin D daily intake