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Help the Nesquik Bunny, Quicky, grab as many glasses of strawberry and chocolate milk as he can before the time runs out. This is a Free RPG flash game you will enjoy to play online. Have Fun!
Do you like animals, and do you also enjoy to play an animal flash game online? If you are in the same mood as us today, then you probably would have a lot of fun if you play our free Bunny Grab flash game online.
Use your mouse to click on each glass as it appears, but be careful if you miss too many times then it is game over.
According to NesQuik he was first introduced to the world in a 1973 commercial. On the Nestle Family website it is stated that history of this bunny is very interesting. He was first introduced to the USA as Quik Bunny, and he was wearing a large blue Q pendant on a collar-like necklace, while in Europe and Canada he went by the name Quicky. In 1999 he changed his name to Quicky in the USA too. Quicky is now in his 40s, but is still going strong, and in 2004 appeared in a trendy gear implying the values and originality of the Nesquik brand. He continues to be loved by his fans all over the world.
First let's face the fact that it do contain more sugar and calories than regular milk, but it still also have all the good nutrienets of regular milk. The flavor of chocolate milk is so much yummier than regular milk, and it is a lot easier to convince kids to drink chocolate milk than unflavored milk. At least then they will lose out on the nutrients milk provides. According to Dairy Concil of California All milk, including flavored milk, contains a unique combination of nutrients important for growth and development in kids, and for optimal health and disease prevention in adults. Regarding the sugar a lot of the claims saying that chocolate milk contains too much sugar comes from people misinterpret the label. The fact is that about 60% of the sugar in chocolate milk is s naturally-occurring lactose found in all milk, so that leaves about 8 grams of added sugar which is a small relative to the powerhouse of nutrients the milk provides.