Important notice:

Breastfeeding is the best nutrition for healthy growth and development of babies. Good maternal nutrition helps sustain an adequate supply and quality of breast milk. Unnecessary introduction of bottle-feeding, partially or fully, or of other complementary foods and drinks may have a negative impact on breastfeeding, which may be irreversible. Consult your doctor and consider the social and financial implications before deciding to use breast milk substitutes or if you have difficulty breastfeeding. Follow usage, preparation and storage instructions of breast milk substitutes or of other complementary foods and drinks carefully as improper or unnecessary use may pose a health hazard.

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FRISO® Gold Stage 3

For 1 to 3 years

900g tin
1200g box

    Exquisite nutritional and immune formula for 1-3 years old children to lead a robust and healthy life.

    Suitable for:

    1 to 3 years

    Nutrient Content:

    LockNutri System®:

    Preserves protein closer to its native structure and supports Easy Tummies.

    Prebiotics & Probiotics:

    Apart from prebiotics GOS, FRISO® GOLD 3 also contains active viable probiotic, Bifidobacterium lactis HN019, which supports good gut health.

    Important Elements for Baby’s Growth and Development:

    Nucleotides and Selenium help to strengthen the immune system. Vitamin D, Zinc and Taurine support baby’s healthy growth and development.

    Standard Dilution:
    +180ml (6 oz.) (Suggested scale of 6.5 measuring spoons of milk powder for 240ml of milk)
    Serving :
    2-3 glasses on a daily basis


    Appropriate intake of Growing-up milk can be part of a balanced diet.
    Should there be any questions, please reach Friso Care Centre at +852 2859 3705

    Cognitive development
    Your child begins to understand opposites and instructions involving two separate actions, such as "Drink your milk and give the bottle to mummy". He can now describe his needs more clearly.
    Speech development
    He can now hum his favourite melody, tell you what he is doing, and express his likes and dislikes. "No" may be his favourite word at this point.
    Motor development
    He can hold a crayon to draw simple lines, play with a ball, eat with his fingers and walk with then without support. Soon, he will be able to carry his toy while walking, and also discover that he can run.
    Social development
    He may demand for your attention and ask you to play with him. When he is gains more self-assurance, he will start looking up to older children, play with them and mimic their actions. He may also establish relationships with other children his age and play with them.
    Keep your calm
    At the age of one, your child develops his sense of independence and may test your responses towards his actions. He may deliberately do something against your wishes, like scattering or throwing his toys, or do something that poses a danger to him, like reaching for objects that may fall on him. Calmly tell him "no" and explain why he shouldn't have done it.
    Encourage your child to explore and be curious
    When your child asks questions, try your best to answer them and describe it in the simplest sense. Play songs and sing and dance with him so that he can improve his speech. Teach him to mingle with children his age so that they can get along with people besides family.
    Before you serve food to your child, always ensure that the food is mashed, sliced or chopped into small portions to prevent choking hazards.
    Your child needs 500 milligrams (mg) of calcium a day to build strong bones and teeth, enhance nerve and muscle function, and aid blood clotting. The best sources of calcium are milk and dairy products, such as milk, yoghurt and cheese. At age 1, you may replace breast milk with growing-up milk that is fortified with prebiotics and probiotics to promote a healthy digestive system.
    Your child needs 19 grams (g) of fibre a day to aid digestion and prevent constipation. Fruits, vegetables, whole grains and beans are rich in fibre.
    Your child needs 16 grams (g) of protein a day to build and repair cells and tissues. Two cups of milk and 28g (1 ounce) of meat will provide enough protein for him. Besides that, protein can also be found in cheese, yoghurt and eggs.
    Your child needs 130 grams (g) of carbohydrates a day as a main source of energy. Foods rich in carbohydrates are brown rice, wholemeal breads, noodles and pastas.

    Vitamin A: Your child needs 1000 IUs or 300 micrograms (mcg) RAE (retinal activity equivalents) of vitamin A a day to aid vision and bone growth, prevent infections; and promotes cell and tissue growth, especially hair, nails and skin. Fruits and vegetables enriched in vitamin A are carrots, spinach, mangoes, broccoli, and papaya.

    Vitamin B: Vitamin B's include B1 (thiamine), B2 (riboflavin), B6, B12 and folic acid, which supplies energy and helps absorb nutrients. Vitamin B6 wards off illnesses and infections, while vitamin B12 is used to develop red blood cells. Every day, your child needs 0.5 milligrams (mg) of vitamin B1, 0.5mg of vitamin B2, 0.5mg of vitamin B6, and 0.9mcg of vitamin B12. Excellent sources of vitamin B's are wholemeal bread, brown rice, beans, lean meat, fish and eggs.

    Vitamin C: Your child needs 15 milligrams (mg) of vitamin C a day to build and repair red blood cells, bones, and tissues; boost immune system and prevent infections. It also helps the body absorb iron better. Foods rich in vitamin C are oranges, papayas, kiwis, broccoli and mangoes.

    Vitamin D: Your child needs 400 IUs or 10 micrograms (mcg) of vitamin D a day to aid calcium absorption and build strong teeth and bones, boost immune system and regulate cell growth. Foods rich in vitamin D are yoghurt, fish and fortified milk.

    Vitamin E: Your child needs 9 IUs or 6 milligrams (mg) of vitamin E a day to inhibit the production of free radicals, boost immune system and repair DNA. Foods rich in vitamin E are kiwis, mangoes, and peanut butter.

    Vitamin K: Your child needs 15 micrograms (mcg) of vitamin K a day to aid in blood clotting and strengthen bones. Vegetables rich in vitamin K include spinach, broccoli, green peas and carrots.


    Iron: Your child needs 10 milligrams (mg) of iron a day to promote haemoglobin and myoglobin production, which are cell pigments that store oxygen in the blood and muscles. Foods fortified with iron are fish, meat and poultry; leafy vegetables (spinach), beans, wholemeal bread. Do not eat shark, swordfish, king mackerel and eat tuna sparingly, as these fishes are known to contain mercury.

    Potassium: Your child needs 3000 milligrams (mg) of potassium a day to maintain a healthy blood pressure and control water balance in the body. Foods rich in potassium are fruits and vegetables like potatoes, prunes, tomatoes, bananas and spinach.

    Magnesium: Your child needs 80 milligrams (mg) of magnesium a day to help maintain muscle and nerve function, keep heart rhythm steady, support a healthy immune system and promote strong bones. Foods rich in magnesium are oatmeal, brown rice, bananas and baked beans.

    Zinc: Your child needs 3 milligrams (mg) of zinc a day to aid digestion and metabolism. Milk, cheese, yoghurt, brown rice, lean meat, poultry and fish are rich in zinc. However, trim the fats from meat before cooking as fats may contain chemicals. Do not eat shark, swordfish, king mackerel and eat tuna sparingly, as these fishes are known to contain mercury.

    Cleaner, easier protection lid

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      Tight seal

      Protects the formula
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      Hygienic spoon rest

      Keeps spoon within reach
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      Accurate scoop guide

      Levels off excess easily

    How LockNutri System® makes Friso Gold easy to digest

    More doctors and parents recommend Friso Gold as the formula that’s easy for delicate tiny tummies to digest.
    Read on to find out what makes Friso Gold different and how it can help your child’s digestion.

    What is LockNutri System®?

    Natural nutrients are potent and easy to digest but overheating during production of milk formula can damage them. LockNutri System® is our advanced production technology that protects natural nutrient against overheating to retain closer to natural state. With LockNutri System® Friso nutrient is easy to digest.

    Why should formula be easy to digest?

    Your child’s digestive system is still developing and is delicate. Nutrients in their natural state are much easier for delicate tummies to digest, so they are more easily absorbed. This means, your child’s tummy doesn’t get stressed and there is less chance of them getting constipated. Which is important for building a strong digestive system, supporting immunity and providing required energy for development. With your child stronger on the inside, they are more resilient and can go out and experience more together with you.

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