UPDATE: SWITZERLAND: Nestle nutrition, health science to remain separate

By Katy Askew | 30 October 2012

Nestle has said its nutrition and health science units will retain their operational independence after senior executive Luis Cantarell takes over responsibility for the oversight of both businesses.

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Nestle has said its nutrition and health science units will retain their operational independence after senior executive Luis Cantarell takes over responsibility for the oversight of both businesses.

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