In an exclusive interview, Dr Tan Sze, managing director, Nestlé Research and Development Centre Singapore, speaks to APFI on the importance of understanding nutritional needs of consumers in different markets, and utilising digital technology to reach today’s consumers. By Farah Nazurah

Nestlé has announced earlier this month that it will accelerate efforts to reduce sodium levels.

Located outside Hanoi in northern Vietnam, the US$70 million factory will be used to facilitate product innovation for the local market.

After more than 20 years of investing in Osem, Nestle has finally gained full ownership of the Israeli foodmaker.

Nestlé unveiled its new manufacturing facility, the Sri Muda factory in Selangor, Malaysia. 

Nestlé has given the go ahead to reintroduce Maggi to at least two Indian states.

A new study found that pregnant women in Singapore do not consume enough whole grain foods.

More companies are going for natural colours and flavours in food and beverage products to satisfy consumer demands.

Over 400 members of the Consumer Goods Forum have pledged to halve their food waste by 2025 in an effort to safeguard food resources.

The agreement will focus on areas such as nutrition, packaging, data analytics and biotransformation.

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