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New Nestlé Biscuit R&D Center In Chile Hopes To Innovate And Renovate Products

January 5, 2010: 03:50 AM EST
Nestlé has opened a research and development center for biscuits and cereal-based snacks in Santiago, Chile. The company says the new center, staffed by specialists in nutrition, engineering, product development and quality control, will focus on innovation and renovation of products. A key goal is to reduce sugar and fat levels to make biscuits lighter while maintaining taste and texture. According to the company, R&D Santiago will also develop biscuits with bioactive ingredients to improve digestive health and fortified products to address local micronutrient deficiencies. About sixty percent of Nestlé’s $1.4 billion biscuit in 2008 was centered in Latin America.
"Nestlé opens global R&D Centre to develop new generation of biscuits ", Press release, Nestlé, Santiago, Chile, January 05, 2010, © Nestlé
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