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Sep 11, 2013, updated September 2013
Launched in August 2010, the programme is aimed at improving nutrition knowledge and promoting active lifestyles among school-going children aged 7 – 12 years. The programme is timely in view of the significant prevalence of nutrition-related problems, such as nutrient deficiencies and obesity among Malaysian schoolchildren.
Programme descriptionThe Nestlé Healthy Kids Programme (Primary School Component) was launched in August 2010 in collaboration with the Ministry of Education (MoE) and Nutrition Society of Malaysia (NSM), aimed at improving nutrition knowledge and promoting active lifestyle among schoolchildren aged 7 to 12 years.
Value to SocietyImprove nutrition knowledge and eating habits, as well as encourage greater physical activity among children, resulting in a healthier future.
Value to NestléDemonstrates Nestlé’s commitment to address the nation’s health issues in line with our commitment towards Nutrition, Health and Wellness and also to enhance our corporate image.