When you’re one of the world’s largest confectionery brands, you’re under the microscope. We live in a time where a more discerning, informed public are not only interested in the products a company is producing, but how they are making them – where are they sourcing their ingredients? What sort of packaging are they using? … Continue reading Why making a profit is no longer enough for big brands
Nestlé has launched an improved Milo recipe with 25 per cent less sugar for the Indonesian market. Beside the lower sugar content, Nestlé Milo’s innovation is also manifested through the enrichment of malt, vitamins and minerals. Nestlé Indonesia business executive officer of the beverages business unit, Prawitya Soemadijo, said malt is an energy source that … Continue reading Nestlé launches Milo with 25 per cent less sugar in Indonesia
Nestlé has invested approximately $AUD122 million in a new beverages factory and noodle line in Malaysia.