For children 1-10 years old

PediaSure Fibre Ready-to-Drink Vanilla

PediaSure Fibre Ready-to-Drink provides complete, balanced nutrition with fructo-oligosaccharides (dietary fibre) for the dietary management of children aged 1–10 years who are at nutritional risk or are in need of nutritional support.1

Each delicious serve provides over 5 g of protein as well as 28 essential vitamins and minerals, including:1


high quality protein to support growth and development.


antioxidants (vitamins A, D, C and zinc) to support immunity.2-4


iron and zinc to support a healthy appetite.5-7

Use PediaSure Fibre Ready-to-Drink as a nutritional supplement in your child’s lunchbox or when they are on the go.

Available in 220 ml liquid

Key Nutrients:

220 kcal per serve

kcal per serve

6.2g protein per serve

Protein per serve

28 essential vitamins and minerals

vitamins &

1.6g of fibre


Available Flavours:

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The benefits for your child

Healthy appetite

Contains iron and zinc to help increase appetite.5-7

Growth support

Contains high quality protein to support growth and development.8

Bone and muscle development

Contains calcium and vitamin D to support bone and muscle development.8

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Frequently asked questions

Who is PediaSure for?

PediaSure is a specially formulated supplement for children aged 1–10 years at nutritional risk. It can be a regular part of a child’s daily diet while you work to establish healthy eating habits. It can be used to supplement nutritional intake in-between meals or at snack times.

PediaSure is not intended as a meal substitute. Children require a nutritionally balanced diet.

What flavours does PediaSure come in?

PediaSure 850 g Powder and 200 mL Ready-to-Drink Liquids come in three delicious flavours – Vanilla, Strawberry and Chocolate. Children love the great taste which means less fuss, less stress and less worry for you.

PediaSure Fibre 220 mL Ready-to-Drink Liquid and PediaSure Organic 800 g Powder are available in Vanilla flavour.

PediaSure is not intended as a meal substitute. Children require a nutritionally balanced diet.

How many servings of PediaSure can my child have each day?

PediaSure should be used alongside or in-between meals as part of a healthy, balanced diet.

The suggested number of serves per day is dependent on their age group:

  • Up to 2 serves for 1–8 year olds
  • Up to 3 serves for 9–10 year olds

Is PediaSure lactose free?

PediaSure contains low amounts of lactose (<2 g of lactose/100 g of product) and is generally suitable for those on a low lactose diet.

Is PediaSure gluten free?

PediaSure Powder Vanilla, PediaSure Fiber Ready-to-Drink Liquid are classified as gluten free.

Is PediaSure suitable for vegetarians?

Yes. PediaSure is suitable for vegetarians who consume foods from dairy sources.

Should I stop giving my child vitamin and mineral supplements when using PediaSure?

Follow the recommendations of a health care professional who has carefully assessed the child’s health, size, eating habits, and related factors, and who is aware of the nutritional profile of PediaSure.

Can PediaSure be given to children with diabetes?

Consult your healthcare professional to determine how appropriate PediaSure is for your child.

Is PediaSure suitable for children with milk protein allergy?

No. PediaSure contains dairy proteins (casein and whey) and is not suitable for children with allergies to milk protein.

Is PediaSure suitable for children with nut allergies?

Yes. PediaSure does not contain nuts or ingredients derived from nuts.

Can I mix PediaSure with milk?

The scientifically formulated nutrition and caloric profile of PediaSure is calculated assuming the product is mixed with water. PediaSure can also be consumed with your choice of milk, however adding PediaSure to milk or including it in recipes will alter the nutrition and calorie profile of the end product.

Can I serve PediaSure warm?

PediaSure can be served warm (below 30°C) if that is the child’s preference. Do not boil PediaSure as high temperature may destroy some nutrients.

Nutritional Information

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PER 100 mL
Dietary fibre, totalg0.73
PER 100 mL
Vitamin Amcg RE45
Vitamin Dmcg1
Vitamin Emg α-TE1.5
Vitamin K1mcg4
Vitamin Cmg5
Folic acidmcg15
(Vitamin B1)
(Vitamin B2)
Vitamin B6mg0.1
Vitamin B12mcg0.2
Niacinmg NE1.2
Pantothenic acidmg0.3
PER 100 mL


Water, maltodextrin, sucrose, sodium and calcium caseinates, high oleic sunflower oil, soy oil, medium chain triglycerides (MCT) oil, whey protein concentrate, MINERALS (calcium phosphate tribasic, magnesium chloride, potassium chloride, sodium citrate, potassium phosphate dibasic, potassium citrate, ferrous sulphate, zinc sulphate, cupric sulphate, manganese sulphate, sodium fluoride, potassium iodide, sodium molybdate, chromium chloride, sodium selenite), flavouring, fructo-oligosaccharides, oat fibre, soy polysaccharide, stabiliser (414), emulsifier (471), emulsifier (322), VITAMINS (choline bitartrate, ascorbic acid, niacinamide, dl-alpha tocopheryl acetate, calcium pantothenate, thiamin hydrochloride, riboflavin, pyridoxine hydrochloride, Vitamin A palmitate, folic acid, biotin, phylloquinone, Vitamin D3, cyanocobalamin), stabiliser (466), stabiliser (415), m-inositol, taurine, acidity regulator (525), L-carnitine, acidity regulator (330).

May contain: magnesium sulphate and sodium chloride.
Contains soy, milk and oats.


Contains soy and milk ingredients.

Free from: egg, fish, oat, peanuts/tree nuts, meat, wheat, sesame seed, shellfish, alcohol, lupin.

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^Low lactose refers to the product containing no more than 2 g of lactose per 100g.9
§Low gluten free refers to the product containing less that 20 mcg of gluten per 100g.9

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PediaSure is a Food for Special Medical Purposes. Use only under medical supervision.

DHA: docosahexaenoic acid.

References: 1. PediaSure® Fibre RTD Product Label. 2. Ross AC. Am J Clin Nutr. 2012;96(suppl):1166S–72S. 3. Peelen E, et al. Autoimmun Rev. 2011;10(12):733–43. 4. Maggini S, et al. J Int Med Res. 2010;38:386–414. 5. Stoltzfus RJ, et al. J Nutr. 2004; 134:348–56. 6. Krebs NF, et al. Am J Dis Child. 1984;138:270–73. 7. Kusumastusi AC, et al. J Indones Biomed. 2018;10(2):133–9. 8. Nutrient Reference Values for Australia and New Zealand. Nutrients. Available at: Accessed November 2022. 9. Australia and New Zealand Food Standards Code. Standards 2.9.5 - Food for special medical purposes (updated June 2022).