International food giant Nestlé is making some changes to its businesses in India and the US.
The capacity of its Goa factory in Indonesia will be expanded as part of a three-year US$125 million investment plan in the key emerging market.
Switzerland-based Nestlé said the factory improvements will create 25o jobs.
“We have been in India for 100 years and have factories in eight locations across the country,” Jean-Marc Duvoisin, global head of human resources at Nestlé said.
“India is important for us and we have deep roots here."
In the US, Paul Grimwood, Chief executive of Nestlé UK & Ireland, has been appointed to the role of Chairman & CEO of Nestlé USA.
The appointment comes after the current chairman and chief executive Brad Alford, announced plans to retire in October this year after 32 years with the company and seven as chairman and chief executive.
Grimwood has been in his current role for over three years and prior to that, was the head of the Nestlé UK Confectionery business for three years.