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Nestlé China to invest in factories

Nestlé has announced a series of investments that will further strengthen its footprint in China and continue to enhance its product portfolio with innovative and premium products. The investments, in the Tianjin Economic-Technological Development Area (TEDA), total more than 100 mio Swiss Francs.

With pet ownership on the rise in China, this includes a significant capacity expansion of Nestlé's existing pet food plant in Tianjin. New production lines will make products in categories including veterinary diet and wet cat food.

The investment will see Nestlé's first production facility in Asia for plant-based products. The company will also further develop its Tianjin Nestlé Quality Assurance Center.

|21 May 2020 | 10:01


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