NETHERLANDS: FrieslandCampina to invest in infant nutrition

By Katie Smith | 24 October 2011

FrieslandCampina's ingredients arm is set to expand its production plants amid increased demand for infant nutrition products in Asia.

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FrieslandCampina's ingredients arm is set to expand its production plants amid increased demand for infant nutrition products in Asia.

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