MALAYSIA: Nestlé Malaysia's ice cream business should be in the black by next year
Nestlé Malaysia's ice-cream business is still in the red, but finance director Malcolm Hunter believes that this situation will change within a year.Swiss food giant Nestlé is well established worldwide; producing over 400 different food products on an international market and enjoying strong results in terms of consumer brand preference and market share. Despite the fact that the ice cream business is still relatively small in Malaysia, Hunter is therefore positive about its future and its potential for growth in the market.At a KLCS CEO Power Lunch jointly organised by
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