Frequently asked Questions

1. If my child has a milk allergy, can he/she drink Parmalat EasyGest Milk?

A child with a milk allergy is allergic to the protein in cow's milk. Parmalat EasyGest is still regular cow's milk and, although is lactose-free, still contains the proteins. A child that is allergic to cow's milk can therefore not drink Parmalat EasyGest.

2. From what age can a person drink Parmalat EasyGest Milk?

From 12 months old, anyone can drink Parmalat Easygest.

3. How is the lactose removed from Parmalat Easygest milk?

The lactase enzyme is added to the milk in order to break down the lactose molecules into glucose and galactose molecules. This changes the taste of the milk and makes it sweeter, but doesn't affect the nutritional value of the milk in any way.

4. Where can I buy Parmalat Easygest?

At all leading retailers in South Africa. 

5. Where do I find Parmalat EasyGest in the store?

These products are in the long-life milk aisle.

A child with a milk allergy is allergic to the protein in cow's milk. Parmalat EasyGest is still regular cow's milk and, although is lactose-free, still contains the proteins. A child that is allergic to cow's milk can therefore not drink Parmalat EasyGest.

From 12 months old, anyone can drink Parmalat Easygest.

Parmalat Growth Milk 3+ has added vitamins and the minerals necessary for the optimal growth and development of children. With added iron, Parmalat Growth Milk 3+ is especially important for maintaining a strong immune system.

Lactase enzyme is added to the milk in order to breakdown the lactose molecules into glucose and galactose molecules. This changes the taste of the milk and makes it a bit sweeter but doesn't change the nutritional value of the milk in any way.

At all leading retailers in South Africa.

These products are in the long-life milk aisle.

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