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Nestle Invests €35 Million in Germany

Nestle Invests €35 Million in Germany
May 25
15:41 2011

Nestle Professional has expanded its presence in the food service industry by investing €35m to extend its premium frozen baked cakes and desserts factory in Erlenbacher in Germany. The extension is part of the factory site which produces the company’s specialist brand Erlenbacher.

The new addition aims to increase the factory’s production capacity by 50%, enhance production line performance and extend operational logistics and storage space. Furthermore, the extension includes new lines which will produce frozen single portions, in a response to the demand for smaller individual-sized desserts such as mini tartlets, bites and cups.

As part of Nestle’s long-term commitment to environmental sustainability, the new investment will also continue to address the factory’s energy and water consumption. For example, its cleaning procedures have helped reduce its water withdrawals by 13.5%, from 2009 to 2010. Also, a new cleaning system for its freezers has saved 2.2 million litres of water.

In addition, the new factory extension construction is certified to meet standards of quality management, environmental management and food safety.

Globally, Nestle Professional is present in more than 90 countries, with over 10,000 employees including a large number of skilled chefs, operating 14 food service factories, culinary centres, and the Nestle Professional Beverage Centre in Switzerland.

The Nestle Professional beverages division provides the commercial and institutional restaurant industry with branded hot and cold non-carbonated drink solutions under brands such as Nescafe, Coffee-mate, Nesquik, Nestea and Nestle. The Nestle Professional food division offers branded food solutions under brands such as Chef, Davigel and Maggi, to the commercial and institutional restaurant industry.

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