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Europe: Nestle builds infant formula plant in Russia

Nestlé has laid the foundation stone for its first infant formula plant in Russia. The CHF 30 million (US$30.76 million) plant will be part...

Americas: Nestlé to build operations center in Uruguay

Nestlé will invest nearly CHF 17 million (US$17.8 million) in a new operations center in Uruguay that will include a production plant and a...

Americas: Nestlé USA supports startup scene

Nestlé USA partners with Rabobank and RocketSpace to support startups for the Terra Food + Agtech Accelerator program. Nestlé will collaborate with Terra and other...

Americas: Nestlé buys DTC healthy prepared meals company

Nestlé USA has acquired a minority interest in Freshly, a provider of direct-to-consumer (DTC) healthy prepared meals, which currently supplies consumers in 28 US...

Americas: Nestlé mulls sale of US confectionery business

Nestlé is evaluating the future of its US confectionery business, including a potential sale. The review covers the US market only and is expected to be completed by...

Asia Pacific: Nestlé opens Milo factory in Vietnam

Nestlé opens a factory in Hung Yen in the north of Vietnam, creating 200 jobs and saving on carbon emissions by producing closer to...

Middle East: Nestlé inaugurates US$149M factory in Dubai

Nestlé has today inaugurated its new Al-Maha factory in Dubai, producing Nescafé coffee and Maggi cooking aids for the local and regional markets. Now operating...

Europe: Reducing sugar content in products

A center stage for food manufacturers to showcase their innovations in sugar reduction has been set by Public Health England with its new guidelines...

Asia Pacific: Nestlé Waters opens Thai factory

The Nestlé Waters Business Unit of Nestlé (Thai) has inaugurated its new Surat Thani factory as the second manufacturing and distribution hub for Nestlé Pure...

Americas: Nestlé cuts sugar in products by 40% with same taste

Using only natural ingredients, Nestlé scientists have found a way to structure sugar differently. So even when much less is used in chocolate, the tongue...