Tuesday, January 03, 2017

Nestlé changes CEO to boost healthy foods

New York-the Nestlé announced as new CEO Ulf Mark Schneider, an Executive of tradition in the health care industry. Schneider, who has 51 years, assumes command of the company on January 1.
The change is part of multinational food policy, which over the past decade has increased the portfolio with healthier products, accompanying the changes in the market.
PepsiCo, General Mills and Kraft Heinz also invested heavy to create nutritional brands and revamp your portfolio.
Schneider has 13 years experience in the German company Fresenius health care, which manages hospitals, medical equipment manufactures and provides medicines and nutritional products.
Nestlé invests for years in several health care companies that go beyond its platforms.
At the beginning of this year, the company joined with a manufacturer of biotechnology of the United States to develop products designed to restore bacterial balance in the digestive system.
She has also expanded her role on "medical foods" to help prevent, treat or manage metabolism problems, cancer and obesity.
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