Milo (drink)

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Tin of Milo in 2016

Milo (stylised as MILO) is a chocolate and malt powder from Australia that is mixed with milk or hot water to make a drink. It was first sold at the Sydney Royal Easter Show in Sydney, New South Wales. It is popular in many other countries in Oceania, South America, Southeast Asia and certain parts of Africa. The name comes from the famous ancient Greek wrestler Milo of Croton, after his legendary strength. It was invented by Australian Thomas Mayne in 1934. It is now made by Nestlé.[1]

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  1. "History". Nestlé. Retrieved 29 March 2019.

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