Why FLINTSTONES

Helping moms is what FLINTSTONES does best!

As a parent, you would do anything for your children.

That’s why you always take that extra step to help maintain their good health. And that includes giving them FLINTSTONES multivitamins. FLINTSTONES can be taken once a day and have an array of formulas to help meet the vitamin and minerals needs of your child.

Brand ChoiceMultivitamins can serve as a supplement to help fill vitamin and mineral gaps when diet is not enough.

That's why pediatricians recommend FLINTSTONES multivitamins to help children get their daily vitamins and minerals to help maintain good health. FLINTSTONES is the brand of children's chewable multivitamins recommended most often by pediatricians in Canada.*

40 Years

Generations of parents have used FLINTSTONES multivitamins since the brand was first launched in 1968.

Since then, they have been adopted as a daily vitamin by countless families. “I’m a FLINTSTONES kid!” and “10 million strong and growing!” were familiar refrains for decades, thanks to popular commercials. Besides the original FLINTSTONES multivitamins, a range of vitamins have been introduced to help kids, from fussy eaters to those who won’t eat vegetables.

  • 1969-year FLINTSTONES
    Plus Iron
    1969-product
  • 1980-year FLINTSTONES
    with Extra C
    1980-product
  • 1982-year FLINTSTONES
    Complete
    1982-product
  • 2007-year FLINTSTONES
    Gummies
    2007-product
  • 2013-year FLINTSTONES
    Immunity Support
    2013-product
  • 2014-year FLINTSTONES
    Active Kids
    2014-product

Vitamins & MineralsMultivitamins are formulated to be taken daily. You probably realize your children may not get all of their nutrients from the food they eat. So, you give them multivitamins like FLINTSTONES. We want you to know that multivitamins are formulated to be taken once a day, and can be taken all year long!

*Data on file.
‡71% of children aged 4 to 8 and 62% of girls and 68% of boys aged 9 to 13 did not get 5 servings of fruits and vegetables per day. For children ages 4–8.

References: 1 Statistics Canada. Overview of Canadians’ Eating Habits. 2007. http://www.statcan.gc.ca/pub/82-620-m/2006002/4053669-eng.htm (Accessed November 28, 2014).