Supligen

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Supligen
Type nutrition
Manufacturer Nestlé
Country of origin Jamaica
Introduced 1976 (1976)[1]
Variants
  • Chocolate
  • Malt
  • Peanut
  • Seamoss
  • Strawberry
  • Vanilla

Supligen is a milk-based nutritional drink manufactured by Nestlé. It was first released in 1976. Current flavors include vanilla, chocolate, seamoss, strawberry, malt and peanut. The product is supplied as individual 12 fluid ounce servings in pull-top cans and was once available in powdered form during the 1990s.

Availability[edit]

Supligen is available mostly in the Caribbean region (such as Jamaica, Trinidad and Tobago and several others) although it has been seen in other Latin American countries such as Brazil, Mexico, Panama as well as in several regions in the United States. Additionally, most online retailers also have the product available for purchase.

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