Nestle To Reduce Sugar And Salt Content In Its Products By 2020

Last update: 11/08/2017

By Massita Ahmad

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SINGAPORE (Bernama) -- Nestle R&D Centre Singapore is committed to cutting down the sugar and salt content in its products by 2020.

The food and beverage company is looking at reducing the sugar content by five per cent and salt by 10 per cent within the next three years.

Nestle R&D Centre Singapore managing director Dr Tan Sze said Nestle made the commitment in line with its objective of "enhancing the quality of life and contributing to a healthier future".

Nestle R&D Singapore is among the 40 research and development (R&D) centres established by Nestle all over the world to improve the taste, safety and quality of all its products.

Nestle R&D Singapore is responsible for the global and regional product development of the company's Milo, Nescafe, Maggi and Nestle Professional brands.....