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Nestle Establishes a New Hub for Innovation in Beverages

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Nestle Establishes a New Hub for Innovation in Beverages

Nestle Establishes a New Hub for Innovation in Beverages
July 26
11:23 2010

In response to the growing demand for coffee mixes, Nestle has created a new hub for innovation in beverages. This new regional hub, which incorporates a team of technical specialists, will be located at the company’s R&D Centre in Singapore to serve the Asia Pacific region. Its mission will be to accelerate renovation and innovation in beverages and develop new product concepts based on local tastes and preferences for both local and wider geographical roll out. The new hub will be fully functional at the beginning of 2011.

R&D Singapore works closely with other Nestle R&D facilities around the world and engages in external partnerships with regional research and academic institutions and industrial partners to accelerate innovations. Nestle’s global R&D network comprises 29 Research, Development and Technology Centres and employs around 5,000 people.

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