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Real Moms and Their Kids Say Why Dutch Mill Will Always Be On The Grocery ListThe kids definitely couldn't get enough of it.by SmartParenting Staff .
When we get invitations to try new products, we always ask moms from our communities, the Smart Parenting Village and Parent Chat to test the products. Then we get together with them to talk about their experience. If they like it, it gets the #SPSmartMomApproved seal.
This month, it was Dutch Mill yoghurt drink that our moms got to try.
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What about the taste?
One mom in the group said her daughter did not care about the packaging at all. She had already been a fan before the road test, and she would have drunk Dutch Mill even if the box was as plain as a cardboard.
What was more surprising was how the moms reacted to the yoghurt drink. Most of them were NOT yoghurt milk drinkers, but they were all pleasantly surprised with the taste of the flavors they tried.
"Normally ang yoghurt iisipin mo maasim siya. Pero si Dutch Mill, tamang combination ng asim, tamis, at gatas," one mom said. She emphasized that when you hear "yoghurt" you would typically think it's sour and tangy. But when she tried it, she liked that it was more milk and fruit than really sour yoghurt.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
We asked the moms to rate the taste and majority of them gave it an eight. Three moms gave it a ten and another three gave it a nine.
While the children loved Strawberry, Mixed Fruits, and Blueberry flavors, they wished there could be more flavors to try. The moms and the kids said they'd like flavors like avocado, grapes, banana, pineapple, lychee, mango, apple, kiwi, malunggay, calamansi, mangosteen, papaya, and guyabano. One mom also suggested chocolate flavor.
The moms said they want to introduce more local fruits to their children, which would be easier if they have Dutch Mill flavors they can mix with real fruits.
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