Ovaltine Trade name for a preparation of malt extract, milk, eggs, cocoa, and soya fortified with thiamin, vitamin D, and niacin, to make a beverage when added to milk, invented in 1863 by Swiss scientist George Wander, and originally called Ovomaltine.
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