Kiwi flavour to new weaning food to soothe sleeping tots

Fiona Rotherham
Tue, 08 Dec 2015

By Fiona Rotherham Dec. 9 (BusinessDesk) - An Otago University research project to develop a weaning food fed to toddlers in the evening that will allow them to get a better night’s sleep, will use 100 percent New Zealand-sourced dietary fibres. The project, 'A Good Night’s Sleep', is one of seven research studies granted $1 million over three years under the High Value Nutrition national science challenge and the only one that is pure fundamental science rather than industry led. Otago University microbiologist Professor Gerald Tannoc...

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