Source of vitamins A and C which helps support a healthy immune system.
Rich in calcium and vitamin D for the maintenance of healthy teeth and bones.
Rich in vitamin B5 which helps maintain normal mental performance.
Country of Origin
Suitable for vegetarians
|Typical Values||per 25g serve in 200ml semi-skimmed milk||%NRV*||per 100g as sold|
|Fat (of which saturates)||4.0g (2.4g)||2.3g (1.1g)|
|(of which sugars)||(19.2g)||(39.3g)|
|Vitamin D, µg||3.0||240||12.0|
|Vitamin E, mg||3.1||101||12.1|
|Vitamin C, mg||24.0||100||80.0|
|Thiamin (Vit B1)||0.4||124||1.4|
|Riboflavin (Vit B2), mg||0.7||63||0.9|
|Vitamin B6, mg||0.7||166||2.3|
|Folic Acid, µg||60.0||84||168.0|
|Vitamin B12, µg||1.5||30||0.8|
|Pantothenic acid (Vit B5), mg||2.4||161||4.2|
|*NRV = Nutrient Reference Value|
Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (9)
What has happened?
I have always loved Horlicks but goodness knows what has happened to it. It tastes so awful I thought it must be off and opened another jar. Just as bad! And what is this about palm oil? I see from other reviews that they have altered it. Definitely a no from me now.
why is palm oil now an ingredient? will no longer be buying!
fine, but not quite as nice
Very acceptable and probably will reorder, but the change in manufacturing (despite same ingredients) seems to have altered the taste slightly. Still enjoyed it though.
New recipe, not as nice
Definitely not as good as it used to be, a lot less flavoursome.
Never used to have palm oil in so why now? I will not buy again and I love thus stuff.
Horlicks not like it used to be
Why has the new company of Horlicks - changed it. Now ground finer on a different machine - tastes horrible. Will not be buying it anymore, after buying it for years. Would not give it any stars, if I could have done.