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New Measuring Scoops for F75 Therapeutic Milk

To respond to frequent requests for measuring scoops for the preparation of small quantities of F-75, Nutriset with the approval of UNICEF, are including measuring scoops in every carton of F-75.

The Nutriset measuring scoops are red with the NUTRISET logo printed on the handle.

Preparation of F75 therapeutic milk using the red NUTRISET scoop: Mix one level measuring scoopful of Nutriset F-75 therapeutic milk powder in with 20 ml of water. This dilution is only valid for F75.

To dilute Resomal or F100 therapeutic milk using the red scoop, a different dilution is required. For further information on dilutions, contact Christelle Lecossais, Product Manager, email: clecossais@nutriset.fr

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New Measuring Scoops for F75 Therapeutic Milk. Field Exchange 22, July 2004. p15. www.ennonline.net/fex/22/measuring

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