Good Grow™

Stage 3 Nutritional Toddler Drink

Good Grow® Nutritional Toddler Drink

Designed to complement the nutrition of growing toddlers, Good Grow® nutritional toddler drink is the only toddler drink with the additional benefits of both Probiotics and 2’-FL for your little one’s gut health.

GOOD GROW Nutritional Toddler Drink is designed with your toddler’s development in mind, with a unique combination of 27 essential nutrients, DHA, probiotics, and 2’-FL. Help support your little one’s nutrition with delicious and nutritious GOOD GROW toddler drink, available in Milk and Vanilla flavours.

27 Essential Nutrients

With 27 essential nutrients for your toddler’s development, including iron, calcium, and vitamin D, GOOD GROW toddler nutritional drink is a great way to help support your growing child’s nutritional needs. Iron helps support normal cognitive development in toddlers and young children. Calcium and vitamin D helps build strong bones and teeth.


DHA, an Omega 3 fat, supports your growing toddler’s normal physical brain and eye development.*


With B. lactis, a probiotic like those found in breast milk¹, that helps support normal gut immune function† and a healthy gut flora. Learn more about the benefits of probiotics for your little one.

Immune Support

GOOD GROW nutritional toddler drink contains 2’-FL, an oligosaccharide. 2’-FL is a prebiotic that is naturally found in breast milkǂand is shown to help support digestive health and build the immune system.²-⁴

GOOD GROW is a milk-based nutritional toddler drink for children from 1-3 years, and can be part of a healthy, balanced diet.

Available in two different flavours – Milk and Vanilla

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* Primarily in children under 2 years of age.

† By maintaining the specific natural digestive tract antibody A (IgA), which may help support clinical outcomes of normal gut immune function.

ǂ Not derived from human milk.

¹ Gueimonde M, et al. Neonatology. 2007;92(1) :64-66

² Bode L, et al. Glycobiology. 2012;22(2):1147-1162.

³ Goehring K, et al. PLoS One. 2016;146(12):2559-2566.

⁴ Storm H, et al. Global Pediatric Health. 2019;6:1-10.