Nestle Prioritizes Affordable Nutrition As COVID-19 Threatens Lower-Income Consumers' Food Supply
Swiss confections, food and nutritional products giant launches Nestlé Cerevita Instant Sour Porridge as affordable nutrition for consumers in Southeast Africa. With micronutrients often lacking in consumers’ diets there, it was developed in about one year by scientists at Nestlé's R&D center in Côte d'Ivoire.
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